Medical device systems are made up of conventional embedded systems devices connected via networks to applications running on general purpose computing platforms. These applications extend the functionality of medical devices and automate workflows such as EMR clinical documentation, alarm notification, remote surveillance, retrospective event review, and therapy delivery. This presentation will explore traditional roles and responsibilities of Biomed and IT departments and explore how those roles have fallen behind the adoption of medical device connectivity technologies.
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