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Prognosis: Medical Device Security Needs Improvement

Prognosis: Medical Device Security Needs Improvement     The Internet of Things (IoT) has brought many improvements to the healthcare industry. Connected devices make it easier to track hospital resources, transfer critical data and enable telemedicine, but the industry’s increased reliance on these tools raises new concerns. Most notably, device developers, hospitals and regulators have fallen …

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AI Applications

AI Applications     Of all the healthcare data available, medical imaging is among the richest. In terms of clinical indicators, imaging data contains a tremendous amount of valuable information that’s easily identifiable, as well as so much that’s not visible to the human eye. And because most patient’s healthcare journeys begin with a diagnostic image …

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Technology’s Role in Improving Clinical Trial Equity

Technology’s Role in Improving Clinical Trial Equity     It has been reported that as few as 2% to 3% of patients enroll in clinical trials.[1] When we consider that a 2020 Health Information National Trends Survey found that 85% of U.S.-based adults utilize health or wellness applications, and 80% are willing to share data from …

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Empowering Patients Through RPM

Empowering Patients Through RPM     As more and more healthcare activities take place from home, continuous monitoring solutions—including those that can track a patient’s status overnight—and new technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI) will be critical to support communications between providers and patients. Solutions that offer continuous and passive monitoring will play a critical role …

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