Connecting devices and data on the healthcare network.

  title={Connecting devices and data on the healthcare network.},
  author={Mario R. Castaneda},
  journal={Biomedical instrumentation & technology},
  volume={44 1},
ing enormous changes that are unprecedented in scope, complexity, promise, and risk—and they are occurring all at the same time. Technological changes are accelerating in hundreds of categories of medical devices and systems at a pace that defies many organizations’ capacity to absorb them. Stand-alone devices are morphing into networked devices and systems that add significant costs, integration complexity, and new operational risks to an infrastructure that is already pushing the limits of… CONTINUE READING

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