TwinWorX®: The Digital Twins Solution for Smart Healthcare

TwinWorX combines all the power of a digital twin for smart buildings with the unique specifications for intelligent healthcare and clinical systems integration.
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Critical Challenges

  • Many disparate systems for patients, staff, facilities.
  • Complexity of integrating staff and patient resources and systems with facilities services and equipment. 
  • Long term strategic decision making requires scenario planning, numerous stakeholders and lots of information.
  • Cyber-security and Privacy across every system and device.
  • Strict Standards and Regulatory controls.


  • Inconsistent, delayed or error-prone patient care. 
  • Extended or delayed decision making processes. 
  • Innovation is constrained because it is deemed too risky.
  • High cost of development, implementation and deployment of new technologies, systems and processes.


Digital Twins for Smart Healthcare


  • Model real world entities and concepts (patient flow,
    pathways) to create digital replicas of assets, spaces, people and workflows and connect them to live telemetry data for real time monitoring.
  • Integrate building core and shell systems like BAS,
    HVAC, metering, lighting, etc. into a single platform along with clinic systems.
  • Get data out of silos and turn it into information, real-time
    status monitoring, performance analysis and and actionable insights about building performance.
  • Review and respond to fault detection and diagnosis alerts and alarms.


  • Gain 360 degree visibility and situational awareness of assets via a ‘Single Pane of Glass’ that unifies information, alerts and insights.
  • Intuitively navigate through 3D visualization of facility geospatial information.
  • Quickly and easily search assets, telemetry data, alarms, insights.
  • Visualize digitize processes to better understand change impact.


  • Get the right information to the right people at the right time and place in order to enable highly informed decision making across the healthcare organization.
  • Comply with HL7 and FHIR standards for integration and security.
  • Command and control assets across the portfolio via bidirectional communication.
  • Increase responsiveness by reacting to alarms and notifications.
  • Improve facilities management service levels with proactive and predictive maintenance.


  • Improve efficiencies in patient care with people centric workflows and systems.
  • Test scenarios that can lead to improvements by studying the effects of changing inputs and conditions using virtual Digital Twins instead of physical environments.
  • Optimize staff resources and schedules.
  • Understand the complexity of interconnected and interdependent systems.
  • Reduce Energy consumption and energy costs.

Smart Healthcare Use Cases