Medical Devices

By Mike Miliard 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 Mike Miliard 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 Jonah Comstock 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 Bill Siwicki 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.
By Nathan Eddy 09:33 am March 19, 2019
The pact will enable customers to use medical devices for monitoring blood glucose and pressure as well as weight management, the companies say.
By Mike Miliard 04:19 pm March 05, 2019
At the Food and Drug Administration, the physician and venture investor promoted policies focused on innovating approaches to population health, opioids, chronic disease, AI and precision medicine.
Texas Health saves $412,000 with real-time location system

Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas Hospital.

By Bill Siwicki 02:29 pm February 18, 2019
Medical equipment now can be easily located and maintained. And rental and repair costs are way down thanks to the RTLS.
AI, wearables, interoperability new products at HIMSS19
By Bill Siwicki 04:54 pm February 14, 2019
AMAX unveils two AI-powered healthcare platforms, VitalConnect enhances wearable biosensor data, and PointClickCare connects acute and post-acute care providers.
David Scott, Director of Technical Consulting at BD
By 12:00 pm February 14, 2019
David Scott, Director of Technical Consulting at BD, weighs in on key barriers, FDA guidelines and “unpatchable” medical devices.
By Hafizah Osman 02:21 am February 14, 2019
The cybersecurity implications of medical devices have come under scrutiny, as the digitisation of healthcare reaches a wider net of professional, personal and public environments.

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