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KT and Samsung Medical Center to develop 5G medical service

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These services include digital diagnostic pathology, access to proton therapy information, teaching surgery, an AI-enabled care for in-patients and an autonomous robot for operating rooms.

Above image: Medical staff at the Samsung Medical Center wear sync cams during a surgical procedure. Credit: KT

KT Corp., Korea’s largest telecommunications company, and Samsung Medical Center (SMC) announced that they have jointly developed an innovative, 5G-powered medical service as an initial step to establishing a 5G smart hospital.

As part of the pilot project, an enterprise-dedicated 5G network at the SMC was built by KT, with service environments created for operating and proton therapy rooms. A test operation was also conducted.

The two partners have been applying 5G on-site to create better medical services since they signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in September 2019. These services include digital diagnostic pathology, access to proton therapy information, teaching surgery, artificial intelligence-enabled care for in-patients and an autonomous robot for operating rooms.

Read about the benefits of 5G and the larger trend.

Courtesy of Heathcare IT News


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