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Back in October, I wrote an article about the Recommendations for Mobile Health IT Advancement, outlining the action items of the FCC’s initiatives to become more of a leader in advancing mobile health adoption. A few of the main initiatives … Continue reading
I’m attending the mHIMSS Virtual Briefing: Securing Protected Health Information held today from 12PM ET-3:15PM ET online at HIMSSVirtual.org. The event features several sessions on the best practices for mobile device use, BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy and practice; … Continue reading
The 2nd Annual HIMSS Mobile Technology Survey, sponsored by Qualcomm Life, found that over 90 percent of respondents reported physicians using mobile technology in their everyday operations. Eighty percent of physicians use mobile technology to provide patient care, and nearly … Continue reading
In June, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) created a mHealth Task Force from a group of the nation’s leading mobile healthcare IT industry, including government and academic experts, according to a recent press release. This group generated a report with … Continue reading
Online Tech will be attending and exhibiting at the 2012 mHealth Summit held in Washington, DC from December 3-5. Hosted at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, the conference will (from mHealthSummit.org): Provide networking opportunities with leading-edge and c-level … Continue reading
Don’t miss our liveblogging from Online Tech’s Fall into IT seminar event, with presentations starting at 10 AM ET! Agenda: 8:30-9:00 Registration for Data Tour 9:00 Data Center Tour 9:30-10:00 Registration/Welcome & Continental Breakfast 10:00–10:45 The Impact of Compliance, Tatiana Melnik … Continue reading
Does someone else own it? That’s the practical starting point for many intellectual property issues that come up in my practice. Whether we’re talking about patents (which protect machines, systems, and even industrial designs), trademarks (which protect brand identifiers such … Continue reading
Our Tuesday @ 2pm webinar guest last week was Chris Mitchell, Esq. at Dickinson Wright and expert in Intellectual Property Law. Chris gave a great high-level overview of the various protections available including patents, trademarks, and copyright. The following are … Continue reading
Bringing your own device in the healthcare industry can mean bringing multiple points of potential hacker entry and introducing several new security weaknesses. In particular, smartphones need to have specific company policies to standardize use and minimize risk. What kind … Continue reading