Medical Devices

By HIMSS TV 12:51 pm March 11, 2019
Security controls on devices will predictably degrade through entropy and new care models are giving rise to emerging security threats, warns Josh Mayfield, director of security strategy at Absolute.
By HIMSS TV 01:55 pm March 08, 2019
Megan Zweig, director of research at Rock Health, says a two-sided market is developing with money enabling a wave of innovation and, on the other side, large enterprise companies moving into the space.
By HIMSS TV 12:31 pm March 06, 2019
Emerging healthcare and medical device startups from Israel show off their technology at HIMSS19.
By HIMSS TV 12:45 pm March 04, 2019
The organization is partnering with Providence St. Joseph to enable clinicians to apply insights that help patients be more compliant, says ResMed's VP of SaaS Strategy Annie McBride.
By HIMSS TV 12:42 pm February 25, 2019
Data from Current Health’s wireless device is analyzed and shared with healthcare providers to improve the outcomes of high-risk patients at home, says CEO Christopher McCann.
By HIMSS TV 08:07 am February 22, 2019
The struggles to secure medical devices continue in the effort to bring greater access to data and improved treatment.
Maria Lensing, vice president of global healthcare solutions at AT&T
By HIMSS TV 05:25 pm January 08, 2019
Healthcare has to collaborate, innovate and extend the reach of care by using the data so many devices will generate to gain insights that can be used to improve outcomes, says Maria Lensing, vice president of global healthcare solutions at AT&T.
Yun Hong, Global Business Manager, Samsung SDS.
By HIMSS TV 04:56 pm December 28, 2018
Samsung's wearable S-Patch ECG monitor collects and automatically uploads data to the cloud, making it easier to use than conventional monitoring technology, says Yun Hong, Global Business Manager, Samsung SDS.
Karolina Korth, founder of the Kuala Lumpur Health 2.0 chapter
By HIMSS TV 02:47 pm December 27, 2018
Startups should work closely with their target audiences in the product-creation phase and not wait for the feedback after the product or service is rolled out, says Karolina Korth, founder of the Kuala Lumpur Health 2.0 chapter.
Christian Dameff speaking to HIMSS TV
By HIMSS TV 03:14 pm October 17, 2018
Despite the healthcare sector’s awareness of medical device flaws, many are still focused on whether a patient has been harmed. But to UC San Diego researcher, emergency medicine provider Christian Dameff, MD, it’s more about retaining patient trust and ensure the technology doesn’t fail.

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