The start of a new year brings the promise of new and exciting things. There have been many predictions for what will consume the healthcare industry in 2020 and we have a couple of trends to keep an eye on this year.
Now that 2019 is officially behind us, we can look back on all of our accomplishments this past year. In 2019, FlowCARE received a patent for our servers. We have installed our units in a multitude of spaces and industries.
FlowCARE’s newly patented nurse server cabinets are an effective medical storage solution designed to improve patient care and increase efficiency in healthcare settings.
FlowCARE is revolutionizing how different facilities utilize their space. Using state-of-the-art technology, our team of storage professionals have created a number of different solutions designed to provide time, flexibility, efficiency and security.
From preventative healthcare to a nurse cabinet, the following are some technological advancements that have made nursing a better profession.
As the importance of quality patient care continues to grow, the need for healthcare innovation continues as well.
Technological advancements and innovation have led to many new ways of going about things, especially virtual reality in healthcare industry. One of these innovations and recent fad is Virtual Reality (VR). Virtual reality is defined as an artificial environment which is experienced through sensory stimuli (such as signs and sounds) provided by a computer in which one’s actions partially determine what happens in the environment.
As hospital acquired infections affect more than a million people a year, you might start to rethink if these medical instruments are actually “sterile.” The sterilization process of these instruments are so crucial, and even the slightest mess up could reverse the whole thing completely, making the supplies contaminated with bacteria, fungi, viruses and more!
Hospitals are designed to bring comfortability to every patient. Hospitals can implement healing spaces to help patients get out of their rooms, relax, and recover.