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Hospitals without medical device interoperability: the impact

Time loss, error prone process, adoption difficulties, … in this infographic, you’ll discover the major issues encountered by healthcare organisations without medical device interoperability and how it affects their care and IT teams.

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Medical device technology has undertaken significant developments and evolution in many fields of medicine. The medical devices now produce a large quantity of data which need to be integrated with effective digital tools and external systems such as Electronic Medical Records (EMR) to provide real-time analysis, analytics and continuity of care.

With the increasing value of data, health tech interoperability has now become a priority for healthcare providers looking to improve patient care.

Nonetheless, many healthcare organisations still use non-connected medical devices even if it is known that $30 billion could be saved each year, just in the US, with a widespread adoption of functional interoperability for medical devices.

Time loss, error prone process, adoption difficulties, … in this infographic, you’ll discover the major issues encountered by healthcare organisations without medical device interoperability and how it affects their care and IT teams.

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