During the HA Convention, we demonstrated how our AI and RFID-based technologies automate the collection of drugs and specimens, track and trace hospital assets and patients in real-time. These automated processes can significantly reduce the admin burden on nursing staff and allow them to focus more on their main role of patient care.
Even better, by automating tedious, repetitive tasks in this way, we can also greatly enhance patient safety as the technology not only reduces errors to zero, but can also be used to continually monitor things like expiry dates and stock levels of dangerous drugs without the need for periodic pen and paper monitoring by overburdened staff. Needless to say, automating these tasks also eliminate manual errors that can lead to wastage.
During the convention, we were proud to receive a visit from Dr Tony KO Pat-sing, the Chief Executive of the Hospital Authority, and Mr Henry FAN Hung-ling, SBS, JP. Chairman of the Hospital Authority who both visited our booth.
Their visit was a great honour for us, and we hope we can receive similar visits from other healthcare leaders in the future, as more hospitals start using our solutions for saving costs and improving their standard of patient care.
Dr Matthew Man is honoured to be invited as the guest speaker at this event - the largest annual forum addressing investigation risks in public hospitals. Dr Man will share his views on how digital transformation could improve patient safety and automate manual processes at the same time.
Ample discussions encouraged the audience and sparked many ideas on how to apply the latest technologies in delivering quality healthcare services to patients in a pandemic era. The event was fruitful and everyone enjoyed the stimulating discussions.
Dr Matthew Man was honoured to be invited as one of the speakers in the Technology Innovation Presentation. His topic was ‘The Evolution of Healthcare 4.0, in which he shared his insights on the path toward a more patient-centric healthcare system for the world.
Dr. Matthew Man is honored to be invited as one of the panelists at the SCMP webinar “How are AI and IoT improving the consumer healthcare experience? “. With the increasing demand for health services due to an aging population, plus a noticeable shortage of healthcare staff at all levels, how can AI and IoT aid the public healthcare system to improve efficiency in the non-clinical areas?