Showing posts with label Healthcare. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Healthcare. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Learn More About Parks Associates' Connected Health Summit

Today, I am participating in Parks Associate's "Personalization in Connected Health: Impact of AI" | #TpromoCom #Parks #TeleHealth | There's a wealth of information covered in these Connected Health Summits. I've attended several and there's a whole new world of opportunity for those who have the vision to see it.

Connected Health Summit provides industry players with in-depth analysis and industry perspective on what the connected healthcare revolution — and the resulting consumerization of healthcare — means for their businesses.


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Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Dispatch Platform for Healthcare

Dispatch Platform for #Healthcare | #TpromoCom #Security #IoT #Health
| Safety and security are paramount in a healthcare setting but face growing challenges to maintain (bnpmedia).

Increasing risks and their demands, as well as changes to organizational structures due to mergers and acquisitions, have real impacts on response efforts and day-to-day operations. Still, one thing remains constant—the critical role of communication in protecting patients, staff and visitors. The need for fast, accurate and secure communication has never been greater.

Learn the difference Avtec and its dispatch communications technology can make within your hospital or healthcare system. No matter the size of your organization or which radios or phone systems you use, Avtec Scout™ has a solution for you. (read more)

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Friday, January 15, 2021

Healthcare's New Normal

#Healthcare's New Normal | #TpromoCom #NewNormal #Technology #COVID19
| Integrators and end-users have pivoted with the times as security work must go on despite COVID restrictions (

Providing security in a healthcare setting has often been called diverse and complex – this type of environment presents numerous challenges to security systems integrators due to patient privacy concerns, the need to constantly maintain a clean workspace environment, and also because hospitals are open 365 days a year.

COVID-19 has made this environment even more complicated, as healthcare security directors shift gears to address the security issues immediately in front of them – ensuring patients, staff and contractors are safe to enter the premises, implementing measures to support a touchless environment, and leveraging existing technologies to patrol areas and support contact tracing.

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Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Next Evolution of Health IoT: Moving to the Edge

Next Evolution of Health IoT: Moving to the Edge | #TpromoCom #TeleHealth | Evolutions in computing and connectivity are driving new developments in the #health #IoT space

Connectivity is necessary in order to gather data from devices, both in patients’ homes and in healthcare settings. However, it is not enough to simply receive the data – the value of data lies in its interpretation and use.

This whitepaper discusses how companies can unlock the value of their health device data via the use of edge computing, machine learning, and health flexible IoT platforms.

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Thursday, December 10, 2020

Researchers Say Dozens of GE Medical Devices Could Expose Patient Data

Researchers Say Dozens of GE Medical Devices Could Expose Patient Data | #TpromoCom #Medical #Healthcare # | The vulnerable devices are used for CT scans, MRIs, mammograms, ultrasounds and positron emission tomography (

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued a warning to hospitals and other healthcare facilities on Tuesday about dozens of GE Healthcare imaging and ultrasound products. According to CISA, an authentication flaw in them poses a serious risk to protected health information.

“A successful exploitation could expose sensitive data such as a limited set of patient health information (PHI) or could allow the attacker to run arbitrary code, which might impact the availability of the system and allow manipulation of PHI,” the warning said.

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