The inequality gaps in health that exist in Latin America and represent a constant challenge. Although at present there are different alternatives to combat this inequality. Display technology is one of the available options, but do you really know what it is and how it can help you?

Faced with this dynamic to get better and better Technological tools, it is necessary to carry out a preliminary investigation so that the relationship between cost-benefit within the clinical area is safe and effective. Therefore, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), raises how medical work, through new experiences and technological initiatives, makes it possible to improve the health situation in various countries.

In this sense, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have an important impact on the health sector, since thanks to their advances it has been achieved that the innovation of services allows the exchange of data to make diagnoses, perform treatments, prevent diseases and injuries, as well as for the permanent training of health professionals, in research and evaluation activities, as well as for the monitoring and evaluation of indicators for decision-making in public health.

Main benefits offered

To understand the requirements and possibilities that exist within health technologies, Francisco Fandiño, Managing Director Latin America at Boat, explains what are the specific characteristics that visualization technology must meet in health.

1. Provide greater efficiency

It is essential for the activities of the health sector to be carried out with greater efficiency, with visualization technologies that allow obtaining greater benefits in different areas, since advances in medicine undoubtedly result in the impact of the treatment of various ailments , as well as in timely detection.

In this sense, the expert refers to medical grade monitors such as Coronis Uniti, responsible for carrying out the visualization and diagnosis of medical images. This type of technology improves image display through uniform brightness, ergonomic readability, and automatic compliance with international medical standards and norms. Having technologies that are specifically designed to allow the visualization of images of several modalities on the same screen, offers the possibility of making comparisons in parallel and merging images at the moment without having to change monitors, which allows to facilitate the necessary procedures to achieve optimization of visualization with a multimodal system.

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2. Facilitate procedures

Another key point when choosing visualization technology in healthcare focuses on following the quality standards established worldwide. In this regard, Barco’s medical grade monitors comply with the requirements established by organizations in the field of health, for the diagnosis of images, complying with medical norms and standards and with an unmatched quality guarantee.

Barco’s extensive range of high-precision display systems facilitate more accurate and efficient procedures for a range of medical disciplines, including radiology, mammography, surgery, dentistry and pathology.

For this reason, it is important when choosing the right equipment that their ability to provide an optimal field of vision is taken into account, in order to maintain visual acuity with minimal effort.

3. Respond to any scenario

A comprehensive care model in the health sector makes it possible to place knowledge, science and technology in favor of medical centers, since it is a reality that in recent years new technologies that represent health systems have been evaluated and incorporated. greater agility for operations, as well as reducing costs, in addition to offering better and more personalized attention, both physical and mental.

It is important that the vision towards the adoption of new technologies allows to boost productivity, simplify the workflow and improve ergonomics for all areas within the health sector, which, given the complexity and continuous progress in health care entities, requires increasingly personalized diagnostics.