Internet of Medical Things transforming healthcare

June 3, 2019

Components including connected devices, sensors, EHR systems, and healthcare applications together made the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) possible, according to an article on the MarkTechPost website.

Everything from healthcare mobile applications to RFID tags helping caregivers deliver the fastest care.

The IoMT allows the communication of medical information contextually as needed. 

A strong network needs proper prevention and detection measures for security threats. Some of the critical things to do include providing security patches from time to time, offering security updates for vulnerable systems and replacing outdated systems when required, according to the article. 

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