Group creates standards for medical device interoperability

09/20/2009 | MIT Technology Review

A research group assembled by the Boston-based Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology has introduced a set of standards for the Integrated Clinical Environment designed to ensure interoperability of medical devices. The standards are "a critical component of making health care information technology smarter, safer and more efficient," said Peter Szolovits, a computer scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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