Topic: internet of things (IoT)
A group of attorneys general from 21 states and the District of Columbia have filed a petition to stop the FCC's "arbitrary" net neutrality repeal.
According to a new job posting, Amazon wants to hire a "HIPAA Compliance Lead" to help the technology giant navigate business associate agreements.
The FCC is exploring ways to increase the Rural Health Care Program's annual funding cap of $400 million to support telemedicine programs.
Texas Health Resources is using Bluetooth-enabled pacemakers to give physicians real-time access to patient data.
Telehealth and health informatics stakeholders reiterated concerns about the FCC's decision that was met with immediate legal challenges.
With healthcare facing an increasing number of cyberattacks, physicians and executives need to shift their focus to IoT and medical device security.
Although the FCC's Ajit Pai says net neutrality reforms could be boon for telehealth, industry experts argue rural providers will be financially handcuffed.
Without access to high-speed internet, UMMC says it won't be able to utilize cost-saving telehealth technology in rural parts of the state.
The agency's new guidance for medical device manufacturers highlights the importance of consistent data exchange between devices and systems.
A revision of draft guidelines issued by NIST includes a new focus on IoT devices that have flooded industries like healthcare.