Medical Devices

By HIMSS TV 04:12 pm May 08, 2019
Swift Medical's technology enables clinicians to wave a cellphone around a wound and assess it, according to CEO Carlo Perez.
By HIMSS TV 12:54 pm May 06, 2019
The use of mobile and IoT devices will bring better healthcare delivery to the edge of networks as 5G becomes more prolific in the coming years, says Cradlepoint CSO Todd Kelly.
By HIMSS TV 04:38 pm April 26, 2019
Livongo Chairman Glen Tullman discusses how the startup is using tech, data science and people to give patients devices and information that make their lives easier, not harder.
By HIMSS TV 08:19 am April 18, 2019
The FDA has posted pre- and post-market cyber guidelines for medical devices to eliminate confusion around security, says MITRE Senior Principal Cybersecurity Engineer Margie Zuk.
By HIMSS TV 08:31 am April 16, 2019
11Health puts intelligence and sensors into medical bags attached to patients living with long-term conditions to remotely monitor those patients, says founder and CEO Michael Seres.
By HIMSS TV 10:42 am April 10, 2019
One of the challenges with patient-generated data is figuring out how to use it for predicting future health events, says Mayo Clinic Medical Informaticist Dr. Karl Poterack.
By HIMSS TV 01:37 pm April 09, 2019
At MEDinIsrael in Tel Aviv, Cynerio CEO Leon Lerman shares how his company keeps medical devices and hospital networks safe from cyberattacks.
By HIMSS TV 04:48 pm April 04, 2019
Amir Inditzky, CEO of dayzz, talks about lessons learned from his company’s sleep app at MEDinIsrael 2019.
By HIMSS TV 02:16 pm April 02, 2019
Cisco Systems is taking on the challenge of linking the enormous amount of data generated by EMRs as well as consumer and enterprise devices in the same clinical space, says Brendan Lovelock, health practice lead at Cisco.
By HIMSS TV 05:08 pm March 28, 2019
Looking to move healthcare systems out of the last century, the software giant is focusing on areas such as AI, population health, public cloud, precision medicine and virtual services, says Microsoft Chief Medical Officer Simon Kos.

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