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Glassbeam AI for health tech systems could cure expensive ailments

A new AI system could help hospitals keep their expensive medical equipment healthy by scanning for problems before they become expensive to fix. Data analytics...

GDPR could have connected healthcare providers feeling queasy in 2018

Analyst firm Berg Insight warns of challenges facing makers of medical devices and apps with the May 2018 introduction of GDPR.  As 2017 draws to...

New wearables options for UnitedHealthcare customers

US healthcare company UnitedHealthcare is incorporating new wearables into its Motion wellness programme, with help from Qualcomm Life.  Participants in UnitedHealthcare Motion, a national wellness...

Progress: How can government get IoT right?

In a contributed article for Internet of Business, Mark Armstrong, managing director, international at Progress, discusses the various challenges that government bodies face when it...

Vulnerabilities in syringe infusion pumps could harm patients

More medical devices – this time, syringe infusion pumps – have been found to contain vulnerabilities that hackers could use to compromise the safe treatment...

“Scary” number of healthcare IT execs put faith in inadequate IoT...

More than 70 percent of healthcare IT decision makers (ITDMs) believe that traditional security products can secure IoT-onnected medical devices. That’s according to a survey...

Is IoT the right prescription for getting patients to take their...

Prescription drugs are a fact of life for millions of people worldwide. Some medicine is administered by healthcare professionals in clinics and hospitals; in...

Qualcomm Life: Remote patient monitoring is a tonic for healthcare challenges

For many in healthcare, the answer to tackling chronic conditions lies in remote patient monitoring, explains Qualcomm Life's Laurent Vandebrouck in an exclusive interview with...

Security researchers uncover vulnerabilities in cardiac pacemakers

Medical pacemakers are riddled with security vulnerabilities that could allow hackers to kill, a study finds.  In a blog post, details have emerged of research...

Purdue researcher develops technology powered by body heat

Kazuaki Yazawa, a research associate professor at Purdue University, Indiana, has developed technology that can be woven into a specially designed fabric, harnessing human...

Connected medical devices improve patient engagement, but not for long

Automating health tracking using connected medical devices and apps can increase long-term patient engagement in health activities compared with manual tracking, according to a...