Yet as it is with any technology, IoMT is still advancing and continues to introduce some intriguing solutions by way of IoT for healthcare. Here are five recent developments that signal IoMT as being just as endless in its possibilities as IoT itself.

 

 

RYC? from KeyAsic

KeyAsic was one of the featured innovators at CES 2020, and they’re doing some extremely valuable things for the medical industry using IoT and AI. For patients and their data in particular, the company just brought to market a device called Ramon Y Cajal, or simply RYC?. The solution consists of two components.

 

The first component is a patented device that can integrate a patient’s full Electronic Medical Records (EMR) library, including the ability to receive the person’s EMR from any clinic or hospital. An EMR is stored on this first device temporarily, and then uploaded to the second component of the RYC solution, the imedic? Cloud. The imedic Cloud gives the patient full control of and access to their medical records, along with the ability to share the entire EMR with their physician through the imedic? DoctorApp.

 

Other similar systems for medical records management and IoT in healthcare are Electronic Healthcare Records (EHR) systems. EHR platforms store information about patients and can provide real-time patient info instantly and securely to authorized users, such as doctors, nurses, and so on. These users can also share the patient’s data among various specialists to achieve better treatment results. The difference between EHR systems and the RYC EMR system from KeyAsic is that RYC gives patients themselves more control over, and much easier access to, their own medical records.

 

origin : https://www.clearobject.com/single-post/machine-learning-ai-iot-in-healthcare-iomt by Tom Bailey on Feb 13,2020

 

 

 

 

 

About the Companies:

Key ASIC Berhad, MalaysiaKey ASIC (Stock Code: 0143) is public listed on Mainboard of Bursa Malaysia. It specializes on designing of chips and systems for Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence. Its customers are largely in the US and Asia and it has offices in Malaysia, Taiwan, China and Singapore.

Reporting from CES 2020, Day 3…

 

Unfortunately, my time at CES is coming to an end. I’m traveling home tomorrow (Friday) so today’s installment will be my last. Don’t worry, however. I won’t be talking about Delta again! Today I managed to get over to the Sands Expo Center. I always like to spend some time there and check out all the advancements in the health and fitness arena. This year, however, it had the additional benefit of also being the location of one of my favorite sessions of the show. I’ll talk more about that in a moment, but first I wanted to highlight one of the exhibitors.

 

I had the opportunity to speak with Cherie Cheng from KeyAsic, who’s doing some very valuable things for the medical industry using IoT and AI, especially for patients and their data. She and her team have brought to market a device called Ramon Y Cajal, or simply RYC?. This solution consists of two components.

 

The first component is a patented device that can integrate all your Electronic Medical Records (EMR); it can receive your EMR from any clinic or hospital. An EMR is stored on this device only temporarily, until it can be uploaded to the second component of the solution, the imedic? Cloud. The imedic Cloud gives you, the patient, complete control of and access to your medical records, along with the ability to share the entire EMR with your physician through the imedic? DoctorApp.

 

origin : https://www.clearobject.com/single-post/ces-2020-medical-data-autonomous-vehicles by Ron Felice on Jan 11,2020

 

 

 

 

 

About the Companies:

Key ASIC Berhad, MalaysiaKey ASIC (Stock Code: 0143) is public listed on Mainboard of Bursa Malaysia. It specializes on designing of chips and systems for Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence. Its customers are largely in the US and Asia and it has offices in Malaysia, Taiwan, China and Singapore.

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