Cadi is named Top 25 Healthcare Technology Solution Providers – 2018 by the APAC CIO Outlook. A featured write-up has been published in the APAC CIOOutlook edition of Healthcare Tech Special Magazine announcing two new technologies rolling out in the Singapore’s National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID). Read more
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Built on the competence of Real-Time Location Services (RTLS) and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Cadi’s SmartSense solutions improves the operational efficiency of hospitals by optimizing asset utilization and reducing costs, patient waiting time, and bed turnover time. Besides offering solutions to take healthcare efficiency to the next level, SmartSense also equips hospitals with several neoteric abilities to accurately match infants with their mothers, trace staff-patient contacts and to improve staff hand wash behaviour.
Cadi is rolling out its new SmartSense hand hygiene monitoring system that comes with a new range of staff tags that are able to timely remind staff about sanitizing their hands before and after touching patients. This system aims to continuously monitor and remind staff to ensure full hand hygiene compliance at all times.
In addition to Cadi’s range of innovative products, Cadi has also integrated into SmartSense system, the world’s first FDA-cleared body-worn, patient monitoring system for continuous monitoring of ECG, heart/pulse rate, SpO2, respiration rate, skin temperature, continuous NIBP, posture, and motion without an osillometric cuff, from Sotera Wireless Inc. from San Diego, Cailifornia. This revolutionary wearable device, while helping to offload nurses from manual vitals taking, continuously monitor patients’ vital signs to enhance patient safety throughout their stay in the hospitals.
Singapore’s National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) will deploy these two systems, when the centre starts operation in a few months’ time. Read more
“All Cadi products and solutions go through rigorous requirement gathering with real users and are specially designed to address the needs of the healthcare industry to solve their operational problems. We want to ensure that we deliver solutions that really help make people’s lives better,” concludes Ng Hon Cheong, Director & CTO of Cadi Scientific.