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Borda Technology

Revolutionizing Healthcare with IoT

From Conventional to Digital. From Digital to Intelligent.

 
Borda Technology

Borda Technology

  • More than a decade of experience in the field of IoT
  • Operation in more than 15 countries with offices in America, Turkey and Russia
  • Over 5,000,000 square meters of the hospital area covered
  • Over 20,000 bed capacity covered
  • Over 1,000,000 healthcare assets managed

What’s Wrong with the Current Healthcare Industry?

The current healthcare industry is inefficient. 140 billion dollars are lost every year in US hospitals due to an inefficient management of operations. An average asset in a hospital remains underutilized for more than 50% of its lifespan. Nurses waste up to 30% of their time searching for assets. In a hospital with thousands of operational processes. The first phase, which is familiar for hospitals worldwide, is where each operational task is managed manually. In this phase, analysis is conducted only through the observer's lens. In the last several decades, hospitals have been gradually transitioning to the second phase – the digital phase – where manually managed jobs become digital.

This, however, is only the beginning, according to Akin Altunbas, Co-Founder and CEO of Borda Technology. “The transformation in healthcare is not just about the transition from conventional health to digital health. of assets, patients, and hundreds of staff, there is no sense in carrying out operations manually. Hospitals need to change how they operate, and transformation is key to improving the hospital operations for both staff and patients alike.

A Transformation in Three Phases

For Borda, the transformation of a hospital comprises a 3-phase evolution in terms of operational processes. The first phase, which is familiar for hospitals worldwide, is where each operational task is managed manually. In this phase, analysis is conducted only through the observer's lens. In the last several decades, hospitals have been gradually transitioning to the second phase – the digital phase – where manually managed jobs become digital. This, however, is only the beginning, according to Akin Altunbas, Co-Founder and CEO of Borda Technology.

“The transformation in healthcare is not just about the transition from conventional health to digital health. The real transformation will be possible with the transition from digital health to smart health. At this point, operations are not only managed digitally, but are also assisted by artificial intelligence – this is the third and final stage of the hospital evolution. While IoT brings valuable awareness to operations through descriptive analytics, AI brings insights and foresight through predictive and prescriptive analytics. For instance, in the digital phase, through IoT, you can see the utilization rates of your critical assets in a hospital, but as we move towards intelligent health, with the help of IoT data, AI capabilities can provide hospital managers with suggestions on how to distribute the respective assets in hospitals, and when to purchase or retire which assets. These advancements will revolutionize patient care by maximizing productivity and efficiency.”

Tracking and Tracing Hospital Equipment
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