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Tracking, Securing, and Optimizing Securing Valuable Healthcare Assets, Through the Supply Chain

By: Arti Loftus     10/25/2021

Blending hardware, software, sensors, and blockchain, the Industry IoT Consortium (IIC) last week announced a new test-drive project, the "Valuable Asset Tracking (VAT) for Healthcare Networks). The test drive combines tamper-proof hardware and block…

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Aging in Place the Simple, Modern Way

By: Arti Loftus     4/5/2021

At the intersection of a higher number of aging adults, and longer life expectancy, innovation in connected, remote care is flourishing, and among the most avid supporters of solutions like Remote Patient Monitoring are federal government institution…

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Vaccine Monitoring and Storage Requirements Met with New Sub-Zero Temperature Sensor

By: Arti Loftus     3/4/2021

With the end to the pandemic finally in sight, vaccine rollout has commenced nationwide, with people beginning to receive vaccination throughout the country. As distribution continues, specific parameters for monitoring and storage of the vaccine hav…

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IoT Innovation Lights the Way in Nurse Call Solutions & Healthcare Communications

By: Arti Loftus     2/1/2021

Over the last year, nurses have experienced extremely high levels of stress, and institutions are looking towards technical solutions to adopt, including assisted nurse call systems, to deliver faster, safer, and more efficient care than ever before.

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Zephyr Project Tested on Safety, Security, and Utility for Healthcare Devices

By: Special Guest     1/27/2021

As one of the largest homes for collaboration on open-source software, the Linux Foundation is continually developing a plethora of projects that are often integral to world infrastructure. Amongst these sizeable productions is The Zephyr Project, an…

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The Telemedicine Climb in Nepal: Bringing Remote Care Alive

By: Ashmita Joshi     1/13/2021

In a country like Nepal, where ensuring affordable and accessible community health care is a significant challenge; telemedicine can be a game-changer. As countries worldwide are embracing this model of health care, Nepal is behind but catching up.

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Afghanistan Experiencing Telemedicine Transformation

By: Ashmita Joshi     1/13/2021

With the help of digital health technologies, telemedicine can offer various health solutions to strengthen health care in rural communities, home health care in developing countries, and countries that lack adequate health and personnel infrastructu…

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Remote Care Monitoring: Perception, Risk and Remediation

By: Arti Loftus     1/12/2021

The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is trending, especially in the context of the ongoing battle against COVID-19. Why shouldn't we provide devices to patients in their homes so their care teams can monitor everything from their oxygen levels to th…

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Seniors Wishing to Age in Place: The Future of Remote Care Management Using IoT Devices

By: Arti Loftus     1/7/2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it has caused us to rethink how we operate on a daily basis, with the healthcare industry being amongst those most impacted. As difficult as the health crisis has been for providers and frontline workers, it has al…

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Mid-COVID Winter Innovation Thrives: Combining IoMT, AI and COVID Protocols to Diagnose and Triage

By: Matthew Vulpis     1/4/2021

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, millions of people in every corner of the world have been touched by human tragedy and financial hardship from the global economic downturn. As difficult as these hardships have been, coping with Covid-19 has…

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Telemedicine Changing the Way Veterans Approach Healthcare

By: Matthew Vulpis     12/22/2020

While beneficial to the entire healthcare industry, the veteran portion of the population has seen significant improvement in healthcare thanks to the adoption of telemedicine devices and services into their lives.

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