Medtech & Devices

Medical Device Security: What Really Works?

A new collaborative effort aims to advance “evidence-based security” for medical devices through the sharing of best practices, says Dale Nordenberg, M.D., leader of the Medical Device Innovation, Safety and Security consortium.”We believe that 2017 is the year that we truly hit a tipping point where the majority of … healthcare delivery systems and leading

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The Connected Medical Device and IoT Security Summit

Healthcare providers and medical device companies are currently facing ever growing cybersecurity financial, legal, operational, and patient safety challenges. Malware attacks are evolving and becoming more sophisticated, while preventable privacy breaches are becoming more common in all industries across the globe. The fall in the black market price of stolen data along with improvements in

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Are you ready for the connected health revolution?

What are some of the most pressing issues facing the personal connected health market? What challenges are healthcare providers facing in care delivery? As our population ages, how are individuals going to meet their health and wellness goals? Furthermore, how can we work together to advance the market, drive widespread adoption of personal connected health

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The Modern EHR is Mobile: 5 Ways Mobile is Driving Adoption & Meaningful Use

Modern healthcare is rapidly changing, and it’s evident in the lives of patients, support staff and doctors. Technology is working its way into every process, from referral management to booking appointments and billing. According to an article by MedCity.com, primary care physicians spend half their day attending to tasks related to electronic health records (EHR).

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Doctors Can Help Patients Earlier Thanks to Noninvasive Sensors

Sensor-based and wearable monitoring technologies promise to aid chronic-care management.Accurate and consistent monitoring remains one of the biggest challenges for physicians who care for chronically ill patients, especially older populations. But what if doctors and clinicians could use automated technology to more easily track patient activity and stop episodic problems before they start?Researchers at the

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