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How IoT is transforming healthcare – 5 new technologies that help make hospitals more human



Top 5 IoT tech your hospital should be using today

Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are now starting to make an impact in healthcare. Central to these technologies are goals to improve patients’ experiences in hospitals, and to make electronic health data and insights more readily available across the care continuum to enable a holistic patient diagnosis.

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