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The smart telemedical system will provide medical staff with an in-house medical team and will help doctors to diagnose and manage patients’ symptoms and conditions, as well as to provide medical treatment and diagnostic tools.
It will also help to keep the health system running smoothly, according to the department.
“We will be able to track the progress of the health care staff, who are currently only provided with an internal health-related system,” said Dr Thiago Díaz de Jesus, the head of the department’s research division.
The system will also have the capability to collect data from sensors and devices on the patient’s body.
It is hoped the system will be incorporated into a range of clinical care tools.
“The system will assist health professionals to understand the patient, and this will help them in developing better health care strategies, and to better manage the patients’ needs,” said Professor José Miguel de Castro, from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
The project will involve a total of more than 1,000 researchers and is funded by the Mexican Ministry of Science and Technology, the Federal Ministry of Health and the Mexican National Science Foundation.
The new system will use technology developed at the university to create a virtual office environment and to provide access to real-time data, the department said.
The data will also be analysed and used to improve patient care.
The research will also investigate how to use data collected to improve the health of patients.