Integrated Solutions Approach for Seamless Healthcare

Rajakannu, Manimaran
December 2012
Design News;Dec2012, Vol. 67 Issue 12, pS7
Trade Publication
The article discusses the increasing need for seamless healthcare systems in the healthcare sector. The cost associated with the growing adoption of cloud-based intelligent wearable medical systems by medical device original equipment manufacturer (OEM) calls for the need for seamless healthcare solutions built using the integrated solutions approach. These solutions resulted from collaboration between medical device OEM and semiconductor companies and telecommunication service providers.


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