Here Is How Medical Organizations can Productively Implement IoT
FREMONT, CA: According to an analytics prediction, by 2020, there will be close to 10 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices in use globally. IoT devices like connected security cameras and wireless monitors for vitals are already in use at hospitals, clinical settings, and senior living facilities. Over 87 percent of healthcare organizations use the devices for applications that, for example, predict and detect falls and track high-value medical equipment.
Nevertheless, IoT tools pose unique requirements and challenges for healthcare organizations compared to conventional technology devices like PCs and servers. The difficulties often comprise a higher level of maintenance, enhanced security measures, and increased network support.