Talking Smart Hospitals With Two Companies Working To Make Them A Reality
September 12, 2022 — Roger Lam
Brad Genereaux, global lead of healthcare alliances at NVIDIA and Roger Lam, VP of engineering at MBX, discuss smart hospitals and how hardware and software can come together to create them.
“The sky’s the limit in terms of what’s possible within smart hospitals”
According to Brad Genereaux, global lead of health care alliances at NVIDIA. He and Roger Lam, director of engineering at hardware manufacturers MBX systems, spoke to Medtech Insight about the potential of smart hospitals and what needs to be done to create them.
Futuristic in name, but rapidly approaching reality, smart hospitals may revolutionize how critical care is delivered. Patient fall detection, cardiac arrest prediction and patient routing are all things that can be done better by machines.
The challenge though, is getting doctors and nurses to use this new equipment and get used to their new operating environment, which has them integrate closely with a range of IT solutions. I recently spoke to Brad Genereaux, global lead of health care alliances at NVIDIA and Roger Lam, director of engineering at MBX systems, who together have worked on the Kori, a mobile platform for smart camera-based solutions, to learn more about smart hospitals and how hardware and software can come together to create them.
Listen to the interview below.
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