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Global Medical Device Connectivity Market to See Double-Digit Growth

The market for medical device connectivity is primarily driven by the rising prevalence of COVID-19, the increasing penetration of electronic health records and health information exchange systems in healthcare organizations, and the growing focus on care quality and patient safety.

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Why FHIR Is on Fire

Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR, pronounced “fire”) is a draft standard that Health Level Seven International published in February 2014—and it’s attractive because it’s based on a truly modern web services approach, says networking aficionado Arleen Thukral. Here, she shares why FHIR is on fire.

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Networking: Ultra High Definition Technology

The advent of ultra high definition technology will have multiple payoffs in healthcare, including better screens for diagnostic imaging and central patient monitoring stations. Networking columnist Jeff Kabachinski reveals the key technical details behind UHD.

Healthcare Gets (Even) Techier

In this Up Front column, 24×7 Magazine chief editor Keri Forsythe-Stephens discusses a hot topic in healthcare technology management—and one that was discussed in detail during the recent AAMI 2018 Conference & Expo: artificial intelligence and machine learning. It’s also a subject that’s explored extensively in the upcoming July issue of 24×7 Magazine.

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Blockchain in the Healthcare Sector

The current state of healthcare records is disjointed due to a lack of common architecture and standards that allow for the safe transfer of sensitive information among stakeholders in the system. A standardized set of information present in each patient interaction directed to a nationwide blockchain transaction layer could change all that.

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Medical Device Connectivity Market to See Double-Digit Growth

According to a new report by MarketsandMarkets, the medical device connectivity market is slated to grow from its current $939.4 million valuation to $2.67 billion by 2023, surging at a CAGR of 23.2%. The growth in this market is attributed to the increasing penetration of electronic health records and health information exchange systems in healthcare organizations and a growing focus on care quality and patient safety.

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Fighting Fire with FHIR

As technology continues to permeate healthcare in different ways, it is becoming increasingly important for providers to have access to the data generated and retained by these technologies. In this article, learn how Fast Health Interoperability Resources are enabling true interoperability in healthcare.

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