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Predictive Maintenance, Sensors Critical to Health IoT Success

March 13, 2017 - Modern healthcare organizations are faced with managing and monitoring Internet of Things (IoT) and connected medical devices. These devices serve many purposes from allowing clinicians to be mobile, to monitoring patient health. Health IoT success could bring numerous benefits to organizations. Large healthcare organizations can have as many as 80,000 connected medical devices communicating...


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Predictive Maintenance, Sensors Critical to Health IoT Success

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Modern healthcare organizations are faced with managing and monitoring Internet of Things (IoT) and connected medical devices. These devices serve many purposes from allowing clinicians to be mobile, to monitoring patient health. Health IoT success...

IoT Sensors Critical to Successful Health IT Infrastructure

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare is expected to lead the way for Internet of Things (IoT) sensors as the market continues to grow at a CARG of 26 percent from 2016 to 2022. A recent Research and Markets report attributes the projected growth to the increase of connected...

Software-Defined Networking Advances Health IT Connectivity

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare organizations are integrating health IT infrastructure solutions using virtualization to more easily manage processes and take the strain off network hardware. More organizations are also using software-defined networking (SDN) solutions...

Clinical Communication, Collaboration Key for HIT Systems

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Clinical communication and collaboration platforms are important to health IT infrastructure because they improve operations and quality of care by coordinating HIT systems. A Gartner report released late last year explains that clinical communication...

Dimension Data Releases New Clinical Mobility Solution

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Dimension Data announced its new Clinical Mobility Solution, designed to improve patient safety and caregiver efficiency. The company aims to minimize operating expenses for healthcare organizations while improving communication. The solution’s...

Healthcare Wireless Network Coverage, Capacity Top Challenge

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare organizations deploying wireless networks are often concerned about planning for capacity and coverage, especially with the number of mobile devices and connected medical devices present in modern hospitals. Aruba Networks Product...

Healthcare Orgs Over Spending on Unified Endpoint Management

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Osterman Research and Unify Square released the results of a joint survey highlighting the demand to improve enterprise endpoint management and control. The survey found that three quarters of respondents do not have software or services in their...

Mobile Health Market Dominated 2016 Health IT VC Funding

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Mobile health came out on top as the most invested in health IT solution in 2016, and the industry saw general growth of mobile health IT initiatives. The Mercom Capital Group released its annual funding and mergers and acquisition activity report...

Dell EMC Adds New Hyper-Converged Infrastructure for VDI

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Dell EMC announced the expansion of its hyper-converged infrastructure for virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) with Dell EMC VxRail Appliance 4.0 solutions for Citrix XenDesktop. The hyper-converged solutions offer a flexible and scalable VDI...

Vendors Set to Test 5G NR Wireless Network Technology

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Qualcomm, Ericsson, and AT&T announced plans to collaborate and conduct interoperability testing and over-the-air field trials based on the expected 5G New Radio (NR) specifications underdevelopment by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project...

Visibility, Control Key for Healthcare Wireless Networks

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

As a result of a growing reliance on wireless networks to support mobility and connected medical devices, healthcare organizations are facing many challenges bringing their legacy networks up to speed to support the influx of connected devices,...

Why the Difference Between MDM, EMM Matters in Health IT

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Medical professionals continue to use mobile devices in clinical settings, so choosing the correct mobility management solution is more important than ever.  While the terms mobile device management (MDM) and enterprise mobility management...

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