IT Infrastructure Description
The third in a four-part series outlines the path to secure radio frequency identification.
APIs, automation, blockchain along with mobile and medical devices will enable a new era of learning networks capable of adapting to deliver faster innovation.
The second in a four-part series looks at what healthcare providers need to do when implementing radio frequency identification because it’s not secure enough on its own.
Hackers hijacked an employee email account and diverted emails sent to the account to another account for which the county did not have access.
The first in a four-part series on successfully implementing radio frequency identification explains three ways the tech can improve patient experience and engagement.
New technologies can be used to proactively detect malfunctioning equipment and enable faster repair.
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