The Internet of Things and M2M are reshaping the healthcare services market to improve outcomes, lower costs and improve efficiency.
With its support of mission-critical applications, flexible pricing structures and robust wireless network coverage,
• Improved patient monitoring through real-time data, tools and customized alerts.
• A secure network for patient data (e.g. medical records) and privacy through its data transmission architecture, which enables safe transmission of health data over all protocols.
• A proactive approach to helping customers, resulting in the rapid integration of devices and reduced operational costs.
• Enabling medical device companies to deploy and manage devices globally, across any wireless technology, through a single portal and API.
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