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Telekom solution for monitoring patients from Polaris Medical Hospital in Cluj

Telekom Romania provides IT&C services for Polaris medical Hospital, the largest private recovery hospital in Romania, recently opened near Cluj-Napoca, in Sugeagu commune, making a contribution in improving the medical processes and facilitating patients’ close care, at international standards.

2015-10-23 15:17:46

Among the solutions and services developed by Telekom for Polaris Hospital are the bracelets with panic buttons which allow the patients' permanent monitoring and localization within a specific area. Thus, the medical team is able to act very quickly in emergency situations. Moreover, the hospital's equipment, including its IT devices are interconnected and allow data transfer inside and outside the network.

A secured Internet wireless solution is available within the hospital's area, which allows the separation of the medical personnel's data traffic from patients and visitors' traffic. The Wi-Fi services are available for free to visitors. The hospital also has a short info line number and its own telephone exchange, which provides fixed voice services both within the hospital and outside the facility; the services are based on VoIP technology, including voice via WiFi.

The solution was developed in parallel with the medical unit's construction works and was tailored on the hospital's specific needs.
"We want to offer the best services to our patients, thus, everything taking place within the hospital, including in terms on technology, is delivered at the highest performance level. The modern equipment of Polaris Medical Hospital is connected to Telekom's data network, so that we are able to transmit quickly and safely all the necessary information. Another solution from Telekom allows as to locate patients within the hospital by using bracelets, which also have a panic button for emergencies. Through the Wi-Fi network, doctors may instantly access the internal applications or view patients' analysis results. Also, the patients and visitors benefit from free Internet services", stated Cosmin Muresan IT director, Polaris Medical, Cluj.
Polaris Medical Hospital is the largest private medical investment in the country. Built on five levels, the hospital has 180 beds for continuous hospital services and 14 beds for daytime and ambulatory hospital services. Patients benefit from continuous medical services in sections like neurologic recovery, cardiovascular recovery, psychiatry, medical and palliative rehabilitation, depending on their pathology. The treatment base is highly equipped, in order to provide quick and easy recovery for patients.

The Telekom brand is present in the Romanian market since 2014, after the joint rebranding of Romtelecom and Cosmote Romania. By the beginning of September 2015, approximately 150,000 customers opted for Telekom Romania's integrated bundles and became part of the MagentaONE world.

Telekom Romania is a brand pertaining to Deutsche Telekom, one of the world's leading integrated telecommunications companies with around 151 million mobile customers, 30 million fixed-network lines and more than 17 million broadband lines (as of December 31, 2014). The Group provides fixed network, mobile communications, Internet and IPTV products and services for consumers and ICT solutions for business customers and corporate customers. Deutsche Telekom is present in more than 50 countries and has approximately 228,000 employees worldwide. The Group generated revenues of EUR 62.7 billion in the 2014 fiscal year-more than 60 percent of it outside Germany.



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