Medical Devices

Neural dust: Implantable medical devices the size of a grain of sand

Neural dust technology. (Credit: iota.)

By 02:11 pm May 20, 2019
One company is working on cutting-edge technology that could change the way providers treat neurological diseases.
By 10:36 am May 16, 2019
Frost & Sullivan research found hospitals focusing on collaboration to improve security and maintain medical device connectivity and uptime as top priorities.
By 01:48 pm May 08, 2019
Unguarded and lacking a common playbook for security, the internet of things presents plenty of new network challenges.
By 11:12 am May 01, 2019
Trojans, riskware, spyware and worms all plague healthcare, which leads all industries in number of data breaches.
By 10:41 am April 25, 2019
A new study from vendor Vectra monitored network traffic for six months to find the most prevalent methods attackers use to gain control and access protected information.
By 10:49 am April 23, 2019
The effort will help advance AI, wearables, engaging consumers at home and more.
By 03:05 pm April 10, 2019
AMIA CEO Doug Fridsma says healthcare should simplify its approach to data exchange: keeping a laser focus on worthwhile use cases, sharing first and standardizing later, while also taking some cues from the basic APIs that power the World Wide Web.
By 03:35 pm April 03, 2019
And in another AI collaboration announced this week, Siemens Healthineers is partnering with Intel to explore how machine learning can improve cardiac MRI diagnostics.
Mobile devices.
By 04:53 pm March 28, 2019
GreatCall CEO David Inns talks to MobiHealthNews about remote monitoring, predictive analytics and why wearables aren't for everyone.
Real-time location systems save Wake Forest Baptist $3.5M
By 02:35 pm March 26, 2019
The health system saved money by avoiding equipment purchases and reducing rental expenses; RTLS also saved it $300,000 and more than 10,000 staff hours annually.

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