The top 5 things you need to know before adding connectivity to your medical device
Before joining QNX, Chris was a senior product manager focused on virtualization technologies. He has held positions of increasing responsibility with hardware and software vendors, including Ciena, Nortel, Catena Networks, and Liquid Computing.
Chris holds degrees in computer science, electronics, and economics from Algonquin College and Carleton University.
The safest medical device is one that is unplugged and turned off. This is also a completely unrealistic way of addressing the growing adoption of connectivity and the associated security risks, let alone delivering improved patient outcomes.
Join Chris Ault, senior product manager at QNX Software Systems, and Tech Online as we examine what you will want to consider when enabling wireless connectivity for your medical devices. We’ll also share best practices for security and performance.
Register and attend this webinar to learn about:
- Software design and its implications on connectivity
- How the FDA is addressing connectivity for medical devices
- A strategy and approach that simplifies medical device connectivity
- Healthcare-specific protocols such as DICOM, HL7, and Continua HDP
- Communication standards such as Bluetooth, Bluetooth low energy, dual band Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G/LTE, NFC, Ethernet, and USB
- Security standards such as FIPS 140-2