Today connectivity focus has shifted from clinical documentation of medical device data into the patient’s chart to capturing and consuming device data in a myriad of ways. Attend To address these issues, the Medical Device and IoT (mdiot) Summit will be held April 23-24, 2019 at The Inn at Longwood Medical in Boston http://tcbi.org/mdiot.
Attendees will be able to explore related issues of value to HIT company executives, device manufacturers, software developers, provider organizations, engineers, marketing/sales, regulatory affairs, cybersecurity, legal and professional staff, plus investors.
The Summit will focus on overcoming key challenges, transforming care, and how to enhance privacy and security in acute care, alternate sites, and home settings. The Internet of Medical Things IoMT is now patient-centric with providers and payers looking to aggregate device data across acute care and ambulatory settings.
With the shifting market, the use of medical devices now faces evolving and seemingly ever present challenges that necessitates dealing with more data security threats, doing more to safeguard privacy, balancing innovation with patient safety, dealing with the many evolving technologies like sensors and wireless, and be able to effectively handle the relentless consumerization of medical devices.
Opening Remarks and Keynote Address on the IoMT Landscape and Future Trends to be presented by Tim Gee, Summit Chairperson, and Principal, Medical Connectivity Consulting
Keynoter Julian M. Goldman MD, Medical Director, Partners HealthCare and Biomedical Engineering & Director for the Program on Medical Device Interoperability & Cybersecurity (MD PnP), will start the conversation at the Summit.
A number of other speakers will discuss such topics as:
- Putting Patient-Generated Health Data to Work
- Impact of Emerging Privacy Regulations on Medical Devices and IoTs
- USA and EU Dealing with Different Health Information Platforms and Medical Device Integration
- Wireless Connectivity Issues and Choices, Integration and Interoperability, and the EHR Perspective
- Impact of an Integrated Clinical Environment
Plus many other topics are included. For more information and the full agenda, go to http://tcbi.org/mdiot/agenda
For speaking and sponsorship exhibition opportunities and for further details, email Satish Kavirajan, Managing Director for TCBI at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 310-265-2570.