By James Kalbfleisch, Applications Engineer III
Due to new requirements for Electronic Health Records (EHR) generation and storage, hospitals and clinics are looking for more efficient and reliable methods to deliver that data to online record repositories. As a result, medical device manufacturers are being asked to incorporate wireless connectivity into their products.
Accelerating Time to Market for Embedding Wireless Connectivity
We recently signed a distribution partnership with Future Electronics, a leading global distributor of electronic components, in order to expand global reach. Future Connectivity Solutions will promote and sell our extensive line of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy and Proprietary wireless modules throughout North America, Europe and APAC.
This distribution agreement […]
As the Connected Hospital continues to become a reality, more and more medical device manufacturers are looking to add wireless capabilities to their devices. Connecting wireless medical devices to a hospital network not only improves workflow, but saves in financial costs as well. Once medical devices are on […]
By Doug Moore, Systems Engineer
If I may, I would like to start by repeating the first paragraph of a previous blog post by Natalie Sheerer, Marketing Communications Specialist:
“By 2020 the Internet of Things (IoT) will be worth approximately […]
By Steve deRosier, Systems Engineer III
Let’s get this out of the way first: Laird Embedded Wireless Solutions’ Linux Wireless Bridge modules (WB40 and WB45) are in no way affected by the new Shellshock issue. The WB uses Ash (not Bash) as its shell and we’ve tested it to be sure it doesn’t have the […]
As the number of wireless medical devices continues to increase, so does the opportunity for healthcare providers to improve efficiency and patient care. Hospitals that embrace wireless technologies can improve patient safety, data accuracy, and enable mobility for both medical devices and patients. A fully integrated hospital, or the Connected […]
A guest blog post written by Chris Downey, Product Manager of the Embedded Wireless Solutions unit of Laird, was recently featured by the Wi-Fi Alliance. Titled, “Mobility Via Wi-Fi: Transforming Healthcare for All”, the blog post discusses the importance of mobility in healthcare facilities and highlights the benefits of implementing wireless networks and mobile medical […]
By Jordan Manser, Technical Writer
As the world continues to go wireless, healthcare facilities must keep pace in order to provide the best patient care possible. Healthcare providers that leverage wireless medical devices provide increased patient safety, data accuracy, and mobility, resulting in overall improved patient care. Though nearly all […]
Mobility in hospitals is a growing trend, resulting in an increased number of wireless medical devices in hospitals and contributes to the Connected Hospital. The Connected Hospital is a vision of a fully integrated hospital where wireless technology allows caregivers and patients to roam throughout the hospital […]
What is the Connected Hospital and what does it mean for both patients and staff?
The Connected Hospital is a vision of the future that will take place within the next 20 years, and stems from an increasing number of wireless medical devices in a hospital. Fully integrated hospitals enable caregivers to focus […]
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