Safe Entry is a fully patented system for rapid and autonomous screening of individuals' key vital signs. Similar to an airport security scanner, it is a walk-in system where a person stands in front of the device for 2 to 3 seconds while multispectral imaging cameras capture the necessary information. Parameters such as temperature, heart rate and respiration rate are recorded non-invasively and AI/ML algorithms calculate a result. Vital signs provide important information about a person's condition, whether it's health complications, the flu, fatigue, or even disability. Safe Entry never collects or stores personal identity information.
New technology eases the burden on staff
MGM Healthcare expects the AI-powered technology to ease the burden on staff. By quickly analyzing a person's vital signs, Safe Entry can reduce patient wait and processing times, allowing healthcare providers to focus on providing timely care to patients who need it most. This non-invasive method of taking vital signs is more convenient for patients, which can lead to an overall better patient experience. By improving patient care and streamlining workflow, Safe Entry offers a comprehensive solution for healthcare facilities looking to expand their capabilities.
Dr. Rahul Kushwah, COO of Predictmedix commented, "There are 69,000 hospitals in India alone. South Asia and ASEAN countries represent a great opportunity for Predictmedix to improve healthcare in regions with large populations. Our technology has shown promising results in a recently completed clinical trial involving 1600 people at an Indonesian university. We strongly believe that our innovative technology can play a critical role in improving healthcare delivery and easing the burden on healthcare systems."
Summary: The order from one of the largest hospital groups in India is a milestone for Predictmedix. If the Safe Entry System proves itself in practice, the order from MGM could open the door to many more orders in India, as well as throughout the Asian region. It is no coincidence that these regions, of all places, are receptive to fast, innovative solutions in health screening or triage. On the one hand, the rapidly growing population demands access to medical care in hospitals, while on the other hand, human resources are limited. We may well see the AI-based innovation of non-invasive health screening catch on first in the Asian region, and then later be accepted in Western industrialized countries. There are bottlenecks in personnel here as well as there, but the forces of inertia and skepticism toward innovations are certainly greater in Western industrialized countries than in Asia.
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