Healthcare News & Insights

Embracing IoT and cloud: It’s all about visibility and planning

Healthcare is one of society’s most vital industries, yet many healthcare organizations are struggling to keep up with technological innovations, namely the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing. In this guest post, Ofer Amitai, CEO and co-founder of a company that delivers network access control, visibility, management and policy compliance to ensure networks run […] [MORE]

How IoT technology will impact hospitals down the line

Hospitals are uniquely positioned to take advantage of new developments brought on by the Internet of Things (IoT). As medical devices become more sophisticated, with the ability to transmit information to each other, the IoT will become an important aspect of delivering high-quality patient care. 

3 healthcare technology security risks you should know about

The healthcare industry has become increasingly reliant on technology. From medical translation tools to mobile apps, these devices are helping healthcare institutions save money and improve patient treatment. But they’re also giving hackers the opportunity to steal sensitive health and financial information. In this guest post, Shayla Price, B2B marketing strategist, highlights three vulnerabilities in […] [MORE]

3 ways IoT with LTE connectivity is changing healthcare’s future

Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology has allowed hospitals, clinics and other healthcare providers to become more efficient, responsive and accessible. It’s also helped personalize medical care, which can do wonders to improve patient satisfaction and preventive medicine. In this guest post, Alex Brisbourne, CEO of a managed wireless network services provider of Internet of Things […] [MORE]

How cloud computing tech can improve hand hygiene

Monitoring whether doctors and nurses are following best practices for hand hygiene can be an inexact science. But new technological innovations are changing the game, making it easier to track just how often staffers are washing or disinfecting their hands. 

FBI gives 5 ways to protect IoT devices from hackers

Before using Internet-connected devices on a regular basis, hospital leaders need to ask themselves if the benefits are worth the risk to patients’ data.