Big data, eHealth platforms and apps, care robots and home automation… These types of innovations are desperately needed to keep healthcare affordable in the future as well. How can suppliers pick up the pace in the healthcare sector? It makes a huge difference if there is one clear image of all processes and information flows.
Broad Horizon helps its clients distinguish themselves. From this starting point, we have already provided many providers of aids, rehabilitation-technical companies, medicine suppliers, (hospital) pharmacies, medical specialists and orthopaedic companies with an integrated automation platform.
This is based on software that is at the forefront of technological developments and moves smoothly with the developments in the care industry. Together with our large group of users, we work on translating (care) innovations into usable, economically responsible solutions on a daily basis.
We like to enter into dialogue with our clients regularly. On client days, but also in other ways. With workshops that are based on new techniques. Informal or even in a playful manner. It is great fun to see how people are inspired by this and even come up with innovative ideas themselves. Currently, many of these ideas are about making smart use of data and artificial intelligence to predict trends and act on them.
By collecting, combining and analysing data, new improving and cost-saving insights are found.
eHealth platform and apps that you can use to improve your health.
All connected online: more and more medical aids are being equipped with sensors and an Internet connection, also known as the Internet of Things.
Artificial intelligence: computer systems or software applications that can reason and solve problems.
Innovative applications such as medical robots and social robots that support care professionals in their work and give people a better quality of life.
Augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and mixed reality (MR): technologies that fully or partially immerse people in a simulated environment.
Technological applications inside the body that take away a certain limitation or improve physical capacities.
Custom creation of perfectly fitting prosthetics and implants to unique bones, skulls and organic material.
Technical solutions that make the lives of elderly and those in need easier, such as motion sensors and access control systems.
Wearables that people can use to measure their own heartrate, blood glucose levels, sleep cycles, temperature or blood pressure.