HIMSS Goes Mobile: Nuvon, Verizon, VeriWave

By Brian Dolan
04:05 pm
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Verizon Wireless looks to enable point of care apps for mobile: “To give patients the best care possible, healthcare organizations must run efficiently, and real-time wireless communication is a powerful tool for meeting that challenge,” John Maschenic, director of healthcare enterprise solutions for Verizon Wireless stated in a company release. “Mobile technology puts health information – whether it’s lab results, X-rays, patient medical history or prescription drug information – in the hands of clinicians when it’s needed, and Verizon Wireless proudly provides the nation’s most reliable 3G network to support access to this critical data.” More

Nuvon looks to biomedical data collection and access from anywhere: Nuvon is touting a "mobile" offering at HIMSS called the IDM-MG 1000, which aims "to collect and present critical biomedical device data anywhere." More

Ensuring WiFi for connected medical devices: VeriWave, a company that ensures WiFi performance, announced a new testing offering: Mobile Healthcare Test Suite for healthcare professionals and developers of WiFi-enabled medical devices to ensure user satisfaction, network reliability and overall readiness for mobility. VeriWave notes that care facilities are increasingly using WiFi to connect laptops, smartphones, patient monitors, infusion pumps, video cameras and asset tracking devices. More

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