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The Security Of Medical Devices – What’s Being Done?

The connected medical device market is booming, driven by the need to increase efficiency and accountability, lower treatment costs, and improve patient care. There are currently 3.7 million connected medical devices in use today and the number of remotely monitored medical patients will reach 50.2 million over the next four years. Thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT) based medical devices patients can get out of the hospital more quickly and in some cases even skipping a stay altogether saving organizations money.

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Involta Cares Event Promotes Healthy Lifestyles in the Duluth Community

Duluth, MN – Involta, LLC, an industry-leading hybrid IT, cloud computing and data center services company, hosted Involta Cares Day in Duluth on October 2, 2018. The event focused on promoting healthy habits for business and personal IT security, financial well-being and overall health. The event featured expert speakers on the various topics and provided local organizations the opportunity to come together, educate and network.

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Involta Cares Event Promotes Healthy Lifestyles in the Pittsburgh Community

Pittsburgh, PA – Involta, LLC, an industry-leading hybrid IT, cloud computing and data center services company, hosted Involta Cares in Pittsburgh on September 27, 2018. The event focused on promoting healthy habits for business and personal IT security, financial well-being and overall health. The event featured expert speakers on the various topics and provided local organizations the opportunity to come together, educate and network.

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What Do Hybrid Cloud Solutions Do For Medical Device Manufacturers?

Medical devices do so much more than collect and display patient data. They can provide healthcare organizations and their patients with life-saving information in an instant. An alert from a patient’s insulin pump or heart monitor can be quickly sent to a physician or family member. For a premature baby girl, receiving and analyzing real-time data such as the potassium levels in her blood, her heart rate, and incubator temperature, the computing power of the cloud is capable of delivering medical insights that humans simply can’t.

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Involta Hosts Involta Cares Event to Promote Healthy Lifestyles in the Community

Akron, Ohio – Involta, LLC, an industry-leading hybrid IT, cloud computing and data center services company, hosted Involta Cares in Akron on September 18, 2018. The event focused on promoting healthy habits for business and personal IT security, financial well-being and overall health. The event featured expert speakers on the various topics and provided local organizations the opportunity to come together, educate and network.

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Five Challenges Healthcare IT Faces

 

Now, more than ever, the healthcare industry is facing significant challenges in respect to IT infrastructure. 

Below is a brief list of what Involta's Chief Security Officer thinks should be top of mind for anyone in healthcare IT. 

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