A conference slated to take place next month will help hospitals and medical device manufacturers understand the regulations, products, and best practices related to connectivity.
The Fifth Annual
Consultants, information technology (IT) managers, representatives from medical device companies, as well as biomedical and clinical engineers at hospitals are encouraged to attend.
Among the featured panels is a discussion on connectivity from a patient safety perspective. The panel, moderated by
A separate panel will focus on the threat posed by cyberattacks to such devices as insulin pumps and pacemakers. The panelists will focus on the recently released
Other topics slated for discussion include alarm fatigue and human factors considerations.
For more information on the conference, click here.( http://tcbi.org/mdc2013/agenda/)
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