Wireless Makes Health Care Inroads

Smith, Brad
April 2006
Wireless Week;4/1/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p61
Trade Publication
Focuses on the implications of the adoption of wireless solutions in health care facilities. Wireless applications that are being used in hospitals; Information on the sensor developed by Triage Wireless that can read outpatient's blood pressure and blood oxygen levels; Reasons behind the reluctance of insurance companies to cover wireless solutions.


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