Leading the digitalization of hospitals
Organiser: LG Electronics
Speakers: Vitor Ribeiro
Date: 28 September 2018 Time: 11:30 - 12:15
11.30 - 11.35 Welcome Speech (Vitor Ribeiro)
11.35 - 11.40 HealthCare Video
11.40 - 12.00 Leading the digitalization of hospitals (Vitor Ribeiro)
12.05 -12.15 Global discussion and Q&A
In today's world, hospitals need to take notice of the changing medical service environment. While the demand for medical services continues to grow, due to the growth of the aging population throughout the world and due to the increase in chronic diseases, stricter government regulations are pressuring hospitals to reduce costs. Due to the increased demand of medical services, the expectations of patients have also increased. Patients want the best care and expect hospitals to have the most advanced medical services.
Under such pressure, hospitals are responding by trying to improve the quality of their medical services. At the same time, hospitals are looking for ways to reduce costs, enhance patient experiences and maintain a high level of employee/administration engagement. To do so, hospitals are adopting various types of infrastructure systems and digital devices. In particular, the utilization of Medical Imaging Devices has increased along with the distribution rate of the Picture Archiving Communication System (PACS). The importance of high-quality Medical Imaging Device is expected to increase even further, as the adoption of telemedicine services continues.
LG provides Medical Imaging Devices optimized for the needs and usage environment of various users in hospitals. The high resolution of LG products accurately displays medical images and enhances the work concentration of the medical team with various types of useful features designed from the user perspective. LG products comply with appropriate regulatory requirements and standards; they have also acquired medical device approval.
LG provides a complete solution for digital devices used in various areas of customer contact in the hospital to better support Hospital Digitalization.