Pareteum for the Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry

One lesson the global coronavirus pandemic taught us was that no matter how efficient a healthcare system may be, it should always strive to be better. Whether it’s the ability to track down lifesaving equipment in large hospitals and chaotic emergency rooms or the ability to offer convenient and affordable remote consultations, digitization continues to change the healthcare industry for the better.

Indeed, not only has the Internet of Things (IoT) vastly improved in-person services, but the growing sophistication of smart devices continues to enhance the scope and scale of the telemedicine industry.

The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) Improves Quality of Care, Cuts Costs, and Increases Access

In healthcare, the term “Iron Triangle” describes the tension that exists between quality, costs, and access. It’s based on the observation that improvements in one are often accompanied by deteriorations in others. However, innovations in IoMT could eventually turn this thinking on its head by enabling healthcare organizations to:

  • Bolster patient care with robot assisted procedures, remote check-ups, and real-time remote monitoring.
  • Leverage wearables for preventative care and to make informed health recommendations.
  • Improve hospital management and efficiency with connected medical devices and equipment.
  • Facilitate better communications between hospitals, doctors, and patients.


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Pareteum's Products and Solutions

Pareteum offers a suite of products and solutions capable of helping healthcare providers, the life sciences industry, and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) achieve the full potential of IoMT.

How Can Medical OEMs and Healthcare Providers Leverage Pareteum?

Keep Devices Connected No Matter What

Automatically Connect to Wi-Fi and Cellular Networks

Facilitate automatic connections to Wi-Fi networks in hospitals and other facilities. Enable devices to share network configurations via mobile apps. Leverage cellular networks in areas where Wi-Fi is unavailable, such as in the field.

Facilitate Medical Equipment Management (MEM)

Medical equipment managers can facilitate remote, over-the-air (OTA) updates for all hospital-owned equipment. When equipment is out of range, paired devices can download secure OTA images, then push the update when equipment connects to the internet.

Improve Patient Experiences

Easy Appointment Scheduling and Timely Reminders

SMS Shortcodes can be used to improve patient-provider communications. A2P messaging makes it easy to remind patients when they have an upcoming appointment.

Better Patient Services

Contact Center, IVR, and other VAS can be used to improve patient services by providing pre-recorded answers to FAQs and directing callers to the right departments and employees.

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