HIMSS ASIA PACIFIC - Internet of Healthy Things: What's New?


March: Internet of Healthy Things

Have you been keeping up with the latest IoT news?

Fret not, we bring you the latest developments via Healthcare IT News & our members.

Q&A: IoT for healthcare: Capitalize on the data-driven world: IoT promises to make an impact that both drives clinical and financial benefits in the healthcare industry beyond consumer wearables. Read here.

The Internet & insecurity of medical things at CES 2017: Healthcare IT News survey out this week found that the No.1 health IT challenge hospital IT execs cite for 2017 is data security. Read here.

The maturing of IoT and the Industrial Internet: Read here.

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By 2019, 87% of health organizations plan to adopt IoT technology: The new report from HP Enterprise subsidiary Aruba Networks also found the healthcare industry was the third most advanced in IoT implementation, predominantly putting it to work for patient monitoring and to reduce costs. Read here.


How Do You Secure the Internet of “Things”?: The risks are not simply that a device may be compromised for use in a DDoS or Ransomware attack. An unsecured IoT device can provide access by the attack vector allowing entry into the wider network. Read here

IoT Security: Just One Stop on the Roadmap of Enterprise Transformation: A flexible, virtualized network can support the data demands created by the integration of IoT devices, thus enabling customer-experience solutions to leverage the data in meaningful ways. Read here.

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