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Seeking healthcare companies in IoT, Blockchain & more for unique collaboration & demonstration opportunity

Is your company doing cool work in IoT-Medical, Blockchain, mHealth or Devices on FHIR? If so, read on because we seek creative companies doing great things in healthcare, either market ready or still in development for a unique collaboration & brand-building opportunity. 195 more words

Entrepreneurship

Health care looms over final months of 2017 legislative, regulatory agenda; Latest executive order could kick off period of heavy regulatory activity

Repeal and replace of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has dominated the headlines for much of 2017, but the expiration of the fiscal year 2017 budget resolution on September 30, 2017, has functionally moved that effort off the top-tier of near-term legislative priorities. 2,199 more words

Health Care

Rhino + Revit Interoperability Workflow Using Live Objects

Like a honeycomb structure, an interoperability workflow weaves software together to make an efficient system. In this example, we’ll create a live floor element in Revit from a surface in Rhino. 222 more words

Grasshopper

Editorial of October 2017

by Joana Covelo de Abreu, Junior Editor


Promotion of internet connectivity in local communities (“WIFI4EU” legislative framework): deepening European Digital Single Market through interoperability solutions…
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EU

William Hyman: The Missing Link in Device Interoperability

Last month, the FDA issued its guidance document Design Considerations and Premarket Submission Recommendations for Interoperable Medical Devices and a commentary by Bakul Patel. The essence of the form of interoperability addressed is the transfer of data from one medical device to another or perhaps from one or more medical devices to a separate processing system which might then command one of the devices, or a different device, to do something. 829 more words

Healthcare IT

Inaugural META Working Group Meeting July 20-21, 2017

The WGEA CRIME group along with Stanford University hosted the inaugural MedEdTech Alliance (META) Working Group meeting from July 20-21, 2017. Fiften representatives from eight medical schools gathered together to share their technology integration experiences, identify priorities for a mission and vision statement for META, and create working groups. 322 more words

Consortium