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Smart Living' Best Practices: Intelligent Solutions to Boost Elderly Care in Saensuk City, Thailand

Smart Living' Best Practices: Intelligent Solutions to Boost Elderly Care in Saensuk City, Thailand

This IDC Buyer Case Study analyzes the Saensuk Smart Living project's approach to integrate Smart Living solutions in healthcare facilities for elderly people. The program — which aims to enable an intelligent eldercare patient monitoring system through IoT applications, cloud, BDA, and innovative use of Bluetooth connectivity — can improve the quality of care for local aging population through improved collaboration with the healthcare system. This digital transformation involves the creation of a new model offering an end-to-end solution that can be optimized and customized for different cities' needs. The combination of cloud, BDA, and IoT offers new game-changing benefits toward the creation of more efficient healthcare in Saensuk Smart City.The city provides local government and public health executives with an insight into how innovation accelerators and 3rd Platform solutions in the healthcare system through strategic collaboration can help optimize nursing resources and operate healthcare services more efficiently. It will help the government become a digitally transformed community and help the country reach its goal of becoming a Smart Nation. The Saensuk Smart Living project was recognized as the best social services project at the IDC Smart City Asia/Pacific Awards (SCAPA) 2016. This is a testament of the project's success that is not only highlighted by IDC but also publicly recognized by a wide range of Smart City stakeholders and experts both regionally and internationally.

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IDC Opinion
In This Buyer Case Study
Situation Overview
Business Needs
Smart Healthcare Ecosystem
Organization Overview
Challenges and Solution
What Makes Intelligent Elderly Care System in Saensuk City Successful?
Characteristic Number 1: A Flexible, Modular, and Easy-to-Scale IoT-Based Solution
Characteristic Number 2: Interoperability of Improved Care Services That Can Be Extended to Other Smart City Applications for Elderly Residents
Characteristic Number 3: Open Ecosystems to Boost Collaborations
Characteristic Number 4: Intuitive with Almost Zero Training Required
Characteristic Number 5: Significant Healthcare Cost Savings
Results
Essential Guidance
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