Why does anyone want to hack a medical device or steal medical data? The risk may appear low, but unfortunately this is not the case.
The Healthcare Supply Chain Association releases a laundry list of areas in which device companies and providers must increase security of devices and networks.
Although healthcare industry tends to be slow to adopt new technologies, device companies should seriously consider the potential of blockchain.
Best practices to achieve compliance as regulations evolve and customer requirements change.
This year’s MEDICA will showcase on current trends and applications in wearable technology.
The initiative also focuses on how devices will be regulated in the post-market world.
The 1000-dollar genome presents a big opportunity in medicine.
As the Internet of Things and the reimbursement environment transform the healthcare ecosystem, device manufacturers must position themselves to adapt.
Just because your device isn’t specifically targeted by hackers doesn’t mean it isn’t vulnerable to cybersecurity threats.
The healthcare landscape is changing, and technologies are racing to meet new demands.