Prescription for IoT success.

Smart data can improve quality of care.


IoT healthcare trends

Your customers don’t have to be in the room where it happens to give quality patient care. Using IoT technology, they’ll have everything you need to know about patients’ vital signs, current medication, and physical activity in real-time, no matter where they are.


Two pharmacists discuss medications that were stored in an IoT enabled cooler.


Asset tracking

Track all the small things. With the increasing portability of devices in the healthcare field, it’s important for your customers to know where their assets are in real-time. IoT technology gives them a high level of precision tracking at a minimal cost, all while increasing efficiency, minimizing improper use, and reducing loss.

A man shows his grandchildren the IoT human fall sensor that he wears on his wrist.


Fall detection and alerting

Care doesn’t end in the exam room. Many elderly and high-risk patients need 24/7 monitoring in case they fall as they go about their lives. Connected wearable devices can detect sudden movement or impact, and cameras can mesh with AI to analyze behavior patterns. Your customers will be able to respond to accidents quickly while still giving their patients their independence.

A man shakes a pill into his hand after the IoT sensor attached to his medication alerted him.


Medication compliance

Patients may not always use their medication as directed – including prescribed dosage amounts and timing. Monitoring solutions such as “smart” pill bottles, connected medication dispensers, and ingestible sensors can lead to increased patient safety, quicker response to under or over-medicating, and lower costs.

Two scientists discuss samples taken from a piece of medical equipment that is monitoring using IoT.


Cold storage monitoring

Keep the chill in your customers’ cold storage. Temperature monitoring solutions provide continuous information about the status of refrigerators and freezers and issue alerts when a unit fails or temperatures are outside of acceptable ranges. Everything from vaccines to human tissue relies on consistent temperature to stay viable. We can provide data for compliance reporting, historical information to drive future buying decisions, and real-time temperature data that your customers can access from anywhere.