Wearable Devices

Lack of HIT Interoperability Leaves Infrastructure Gaps

April 7, 2017 - HIT infrastructure has yet to evolve to truly support the transition so value-based care due to lack of HIT interoperability, according to a recent report from the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA). The report acknowledged the progress made in the effort to digitize healthcare over the past several years, but found that most health IT infrastructures are still...

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Healthcare IoT Sensor Solution Remotely Collects Wearable Data

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

PAREXEL announced the launch of its patient healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) sensor solution that securely captures, transmits, stores, and visualizes patient data for clinical trials. The company’s new release is powered by the Perceptive...

Medical Wearable Devices Strain Health IT Infrastructure

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

The number of medical wearable devices is expected to grow as more healthcare organization networks adapt to the Internet of Things, according to a recent report. A recent report conducted by Markets and Markets projected the global medical wearable...

Growth of Medical IoT Devices Supports Healthcare Analytics

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Medical wearable devices are carving out their place in healthcare as several reports recognize the continued growth of the internet of things in healthcare. Research and Markets anticipates high growth for the wearable medical device market...


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