Wired and wireless networking for health care News
March 28, 2016
A pair of government healthcare agencies announced three contests that will award six-figure sums to developers that make apps that are assets to patients and providers.
February 15, 2016
With HIMSS just weeks away, SearchHealthIT wanted to know what new features conference attendees have to look forward to. Among them, 3D printing in healthcare and cybersecurity.
November 20, 2015
From wearables, to robots, to data analytics, the 2015 Connected Health Symposium in Boston showcased it all. SearchHealthIT identified the five most innovative technologies at the conference.
August 28, 2015
The recent mHealth + Telehealth World 2015 conference in Boston provided a great setting to sample innovative devices and software. Here are five interesting mHealth and telehealth technologies in use today in healthcare.
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An old inner-city Los Angeles hospital was closed, then rebuilt by the county with the latest health IT technology, including smartbeds and teleneurology services. Continue Reading
The existence of desktop virtualization in healthcare settings is becoming more common because IT departments must keep up with technologically advanced physicians and devices. Continue Reading
An MBAN (medical body area network) is composed of low-power wearable or implanted wireless medical devices. Continue Reading
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Alan Roga, M.D., senior vice president of major telemedicine company Teladoc, says telemedicine best practices lead to wider adoption of telehealth technology and services. Continue Reading
Does your healthcare organization understand the benefits of single sign-on products? Learn how healthcare professionals quickly log on to multiple applications without much hassle. Continue Reading
Healthcare cloud services come in various forms, including analytics models and system backups. Those are two of the reasons cloud has the attention of health IT professionals. Continue Reading
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Scott Wallask, editorial director for SearchHealthIT, leads off this handbook by interviewing a former healthcare CIO, who lends support to the idea that an enterprise-wide virtual desktop infrastructure implementation can be beneficial to ... Continue Reading
Rolling out IoT devices in healthcare facilities is more feasible than ever before, but there remain a few reasons why some providers are holding off full-scale deployments. Continue Reading
Healthcare mobility, the practice of supporting different mobile devices and operating systems, is appealing to physicians, but difficult for IT departments to protect. Continue Reading
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It's a daunting task trying to ensure complete IoT medical device security, and it may even seem impossible. Two industry experts discuss this issue and offer their advice. Continue Reading
Rasu Shrestha, chief innovation officer at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, explains the challenges facing IoT in healthcare. Continue Reading
As physicians increasingly rely on mobile devices to access patient health information, there is increased pressure for wireless networks in hospitals and other healthcare facilities to perform seamlessly. And it's not just clinicians fueling the ... Continue Reading