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Demystifying the Internet of Medical Things

Leverage the opportunities but beware of the risks!

The proliferation of devices connected to the Internet could not leave the Healthcare market unaffected. Doctors and other medical staff can provide better services by taking advantage of the data offered by the plethora of available medical devices. There are challenges however that should be considered when sensitive information becomes readily available.
Recorded Jan 20 2016 39 mins
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