May 27, 2016, Zhuhai â€“ Today, Honeywell (NYSE: HON), the world's leading diversified and high-tech company, is bringing its medical solutions to the China Hospital Information Network Conference 2016 and China-US Hospital Informationization forum. The main purpose of this conference is to further promote the in-depth application of "Internet + medical" and health care big data in the medical and health industry. Honeywell Automation Control Systems' Sensing and Productivity Solutions Division presented a series of related automated identification products and solutions. They will help healthcare organizations reinforce the fine-grained management of medicines, enabling continuous optimization of medical procedures, patient safety and patient satisfaction.
One of the main points of Internet + medical care is to build a medical information sharing service platform such as medical images, health files, inspection reports, and electronic medical records. Honeywell has the broadest product line in the automatic identification industry, which helps healthcare organizations improve their medical efficiency and patient safety through intelligent interconnection. At the conference, Honeywell exhibited products such as barcode scanners, mobile data terminals, Apple product scanning accessories, barcode printers, and nurse call and care system solutions. They can be applied to many medical procedures such as hospital admission registration, pharmacy management, specimen testing, and clinical care, helping to improve the collection, storage, processing, extraction and data exchange of patient information and management information between hospitals and departments belonging to hospitals. The ability to improve the safety of medical care as a whole.
For example, the Honeywell EDA50 HC mobile data terminal specially designed for clinical medical staff supports the AndroidTM 4.4 operating system, which can scan drugs, detect barcodes on samples, and record and verify them instantly. This will not only help medical institutions to ensure the accuracy of medical data collection and transmission, but also reduce the incidence of medical accidents. In addition, Honeywell's integrated nurse call and care system has received a lot of attention at the show, providing timely data communications and advanced alarm notifications for healthcare professionals and patients. For example, the Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunica TIons DECT system can be used not only as an ordinary telephone, but also to achieve high-quality voice communication between nurses and patients, as well as providing fire alarms and technical alarms for medical personnel. While effectively improving the communication efficiency between medical staff and their patients, it also helps medical institutions improve the care process and improve patient safety.
Chai Xiaozhou, vice president of Honeywell Sensing and Productivity Solutions and general manager of Greater China, said: "Internet technology has dramatically changed the way the medical industry operates. The connected hospital system can be greatly improved through its more convenient operation. Healthcare professionals work to provide patients with higher quality care. As a global leader in connected healthcare, Honeywell offers advanced solutions for connected hospitals, connected physicians, connected patients and medical sensors. Helping hospitals integrate hospital information systems such as infrastructure management, digital network transmission, and mobile care more efficiently, enabling hospitals to more easily address patient care, safety, life safety, operational efficiency, and productivity. challenge."
Honeywell is one of the Fortune 100's diversified, high-tech, advanced manufacturing companies with global operations, aviation products and services, building, home and industrial control technology, turbochargers and Characteristic material. Honeywell's history in China dates back to 1935. At the time, Honeywell opened its first distribution agency in Shanghai. At present, Honeywell's three major business groups have settled in China, and the Asia-Pacific headquarters of all business units under its jurisdiction have also moved to China, and has several branches and joint ventures in more than 20 cities in China. Honeywell has approximately 12,000 employees in China.
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