When the doctor is aware of everything that is happening with the patient, he or she can make an informed decision about continued treatment, releasing the patient to go home or changing the course of therapy if necessary.
Fremont, CA: A Health Monitoring System (HMS) is a sophisticated technology that provides an alternative to traditional patient and health management. It consists of a wireless wearable device, similar to a bracelet, with sensors that are linked to an application that allows a doctor to obtain medical data.
In actuality, the medical monitoring system operates in accordance with the complicated algorithms described above. The health monitoring system is composed of four layers:
Sensitive layer: This layer is in charge of reading patient data. It is feasible, for example, to program it so that a doctor can follow the patient's geographic location (essential for amnesia patients), as well as blood pressure and sugar levels.
Networking layer: It is required to transfer the patient's information once it has been obtained. This is where the networking layer enters the picture. This section is in charge of transferring data from the device on the patient to the doctor as quickly as possible.
Application layer: Following the processing of the data, the doctor receives a message via an application loaded on his or her smartphone, tablet, or PC. When the doctor is aware of everything that is happening with the patient, he or she can make an informed decision about continued treatment, releasing the patient to go home or changing the course of therapy if necessary. Furthermore, the most modern health monitoring system can be powered by deep machine learning, allowing the doctor to obtain AI-based recommendations on the diagnosis and next steps.
Data processing layer: The information is analyzed at this stage. Because it is powered by AI, the system can reach a speedy conclusion regarding a patient's status and swiftly contact a doctor if the patient requires immediate assistance. Furthermore, with artificial intelligence built in the HMS, it is feasible to forecast that a patient's condition would worsen even if everything appears to be fine.