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Internet of Things
February 13-14, 2018 Moscone South Convention Center, San Francisco CA Hashtag: #healthcareIOT The healthcare industry is at the advent of a digital evolution, spurred by…
By Terry Edwards – According to a recent report, Internet of Things (IoT) deployments in healthcare are predicted to reach $117 billion in the next five years, introducing the industry to a new level of technology that will shift the way patient care is delivered.
By Morris Panner – The Internet of Things (IoT) has massive potential to change the way healthcare organizations operate and how clinicians treat patients, primarily because it simplifies the collection and transmission of data. Like businesses in other sectors, healthcare organizations can use IoT technology to manage equipment more efficiently.
By Kerri Knippenberg – The Internet of Things (IoT) – an extension of Big Data – is estimated to become a $117 billion industry by 2020. It began with computers, then cellphones, and now has moved to watches that can monitor our active calories burned during spin class.
By Kelley Sullivan – The Internet of Things, the idea that everything will someday be totally connected, is no longer a Jetson’s era fantasy. It’s becoming closer to a reality in healthcare. We’ve discussed IoT in healthcare and what its impact could be, but what would that look like? How can healthcare be ready for this total connectivity?
The Internet of Things has profound implications for the healthcare sector. But along with the new possibilities comes an increased risk of a data breaches and non-compliance with HITECH privacy rules and HIPAA patient protections.