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What’s at Stake with Healthcare IoT and Cloud? Unnecessary Risk

February 14, 2019 - The healthcare sector continues to adopt IoT technologies and move into the cloud at a rapid pace. But while these technologies support a value-based care model and can improve patient care, the tools can pose serious risks that organizations must address before introducing them to their network. According to a recent report from Zion Market Research, the smart medical products global...


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