Smart Healthcare.

Our care system is under pressure and needs new insights. Technological evolution can help to automate operations and redefine services. Care professions and tasks are being given a new interpretation, the care organisation of the future is being given a new assignment.

Aptus is strongly committed to this sector and wants to have a social impact by deploying smart technology.

Our vision on digital care

Care organisations

Emerging care technology should make the professional's work a lot simpler or more effective. Forward-looking care institutions are therefore choosing the path of innovation, also in order to improve contact with clients. In this context, many different possibilities emerge.

The 2 most important are, on the one hand, the operational efficiency within healthcare organisations (Where is which material? How can I get the right information and data as quickly as possible? ...) and also the experience of the patient/client (Where can I find department x-? When do I need to be present in the waiting room?)


Also for the patient, client, person in need of care, smart technology can be of great added value. For example, we quickly come across the terms "longer independent living at home" or "care at a distance". This is where technology such as image bells, sensors, fall alarms, wearables, Virtual Reality, etc. come into play. plays an important role.

There are enormous technological possibilities that can create the care of the future. Aptus likes to help think along and strongly believes in the co-creation story in which the needs of the caretaker and caregiver are clearly aligned.

High-Tech, High-Touch

Research shows that technology can take over up to 80% of a doctor's tasks (Vinod Khosla). It also shows that 90% of people want to manage their health digitally. On the other hand, 85% of people want to communicate personally or directly with their health care provider or doctor.(Accenture Connected Health Public Survey)

We believe that this "smart" technology goes hand in hand with "smart" and personal care. Caregivers should be provided with tools to monitor the health of those in need of care better, more accurately, more quickly and more personally. More focus on qualitative, personalised care.
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