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Ways Internet of Things is Transforming the Healthcare Industry

Healthcare is a complex challenge for patients, providers and regulators around the globe. IoT solutions are helping to make the medical world smaller and faster remotely connecting patients and doctors & enabling the capture of medical data. This article from Tech Insight outlines how the IoT is making a big impact on the healthcare industry.

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How Will the Internet of Medical Things Change Healthcare?

The IoT has brought in significant changes in many areas of healthcare. It is rapidly changing the healthcare scenario by focusing on the way people, devices and apps are connected and interact with each other. IoT devices produce enormous amounts of data which becomes a challenge for providers to deal with efficiently.

This article from Electronic Design describes why the IoT revolution which has arrived in healthcare and medicine is making a strong impact on healthcare systems worldwide.

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Challenges of IoT in healthcare that put it at risk of failure

The IoT has the potential to provide physicians with valuable data that can improve patient outcomes, but there are several barriers to IoT adoption in healthcare. There are a number of opportunities for the IoT to make a difference in patients’ lives.

Despite the promise of what IoT can achieve in healthcare, it continues to face challenges that could put it at risk of failure if they are not addressed soon.This article outlines how to overcome the challenges of IoT in healthcare industry.

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Different Ways of Internet of Things Affects Healthcare

The Internet of Things plays an important role in a wide range of healthcare applications that ranges from managing chronic diseases at one end of the spectrum to preventing disease at the other. Patients and providers both stand to benefit from IoT carving out a bigger presence in healthcare.

This article from Medigain describes the possibilities and the obstacles of the emerging relationship between the healthcare industry and the IoT.

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How to fully embrace the power of the IoT in medical devices

Medical devices are undergoing an evolutionary change due to the current emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) which makes security and vulnerability pose a massive threat that could put patient lives at risk. This article outlines the steps to secure IoT medical devices.

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What Is The Potential Of The Internet Of (Medical) Things?

The Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to help solve operational problems, track assets, cut costs, and collect data that can be analyzed and used to make intelligent decisions.

This article explores the possibilities and obstacles of healthcare when addressing and leveraging the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) which ensures high quality, better-personalized care, and increase patient empowerment.

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Connected Healthcare: IoT Examples in Healthcare

The IoT connected healthcare services aims to maximize resources by providing enhanced, secure and cost effective solutions for consumers in order to facilitate better engagement between clinicians and patients. This article from IoT Worm describes how IoT is changing healthcare industry and how connected healthcare technology (healthcare IoT) is solving medical problems in the world. Read More


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Medical Device Development: Common Mistakes in Risk Management

Medical device and health care software development teams are faced with increased product & software complexity, and increasingly stringent regulations. In such a highly regulated environment, finding an efficient way to ensure and prove compliance with relevant standards is vital.

This article from Intland describes how risk management is gaining more and more importance, and is increasingly becoming a fundamental requirement of the regulations and standards that apply to medical device development.

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Medical Device Cybersecurity Risks: Measuring the Impact

Medical devices can be vulnerable to security breaches, potentially impacting the safety and effectiveness of the device. This vulnerability increases as medical devices are increasingly connected to the Internet, hospital networks, and to other medical devices. Addressing Cybersecurity threats, and thus reducing information security risks, is especially challenging.  This article describes how to evaluate cyber security issues in a medical device.

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Leveraging Traceability in Medical Device Development

Innovation in the medical device development industry is hampered by complex standards and regulations and once the medical device prototype is developed and tested, it then faces a long approval process. In the development and servicing of medical devices, complete traceability is one of the most important requisites to compliance with relevant ISO/IEC/FDA standards. This article from Intland describes why traceability is essential for ensuring the compliance with medical device standards and regulations.

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