Special Webinar by the Biomedical College and IHE
ollowing last month’s workshop on Medical Device Connectivity, IHE Australia, Engineers Australia (Biomedical Chapter) and HISA would like to invite you to a FREE follow-up webinar on Wednesday 25 September from 12:00pm to 1:30pm.
existing medical device connectivity profiles, and
user requirements for a Service oriented Device Connection (SDC) profile
You can see a video of the workshop (around 4 hours long) and related documents including the presentations here.
The implementation of electronic medical records (EMRs) and increasingly sophisticated and connectable medical devices are changing the work practices of biomedical engineers, as well as healthcare information technology departments.
The role of medical devices is rapidly progressing from patient physiological monitoring and care delivery via drug and fluid delivery systems to include specialist anaesthesia, operating theatre, intensive care and emergency department systems.
“Devices” increasingly include health software as a Medical Device (SAMD) and patient-connected systems leveraging AI/machine learning powered technologies. Alongside this has been the widespread adoption of specialist and general EMR systems. These systems can no longer operate as independent entities glued together by clinicians transferring and interpreting data.
This webinar is sponsored by: BD and Seimens-Healthineers.