Fujitsu research could free up more bed space in hospitals
Trials have found it could significantly reduce time in hospital
Research conducted in Dublin and being trialled in the Netherlands could have major implications for healthcare worldwide.
Technology developed at Fujitsu’s Irish operation in Dublin has been used in Slingeland hospital to improve efficiency in the treatment of older patients from rural areas.
The initial findings from the trial have found it could significantly reduce the time that patients spend in hospitals, resulting in more bed space becoming available.
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