Medical device connectivity: Leveraging current approaches, developing new capabilities

About this event

This pre-HIC 2019 workshop will be held on Saturday 10 August and will explore Service-oriented Device Connectivity (SDC), an emerging standard for integrating devices from the device interface to connected point-of-care systems to remote applications including EHRs.

Topics will include:

  • Medical device connectivity and usability
  • Role of medical devices from patient physiological monitoring and care delivery to specialist systems
  • Health Software As a Medical Device (SAMD)
  • Integration challenges in acute care
  • Regulatory approaches
  • Patient-connected systems leveraging AI and machine learning powered technologies
  • Impact of the widespread adoption of specialist and general EMR systems
  • Closed-loop control across multiple devices, automation of medical procedures and remote control

Who should attend?

  • Anyone involved in the development, integration and use of connected medical technology
  • Clinical technologists, biomedical engineers and system implementers / integrators / clinicians
  • Medical technology developers and vendors
  • Regulatory and governmental agencies and public policy makers
  • Enterprise IT system developers and integrators of device-based content and services
  • Researchers and medical device informatics SMEs


Event run by:

Health Informatics Society of Australia Ltd. (HISA)

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Saturday, 10 August 2019 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Online webinar or Engineers Australia Level 31, 600 Bourke Street Melbourne

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