For today’s health IT and medical device professionals, the choice is clear: disrupt or be disrupted. Medical device manufacturers are realigning incentives, value chains and business models, as value-based reimbursement models are expected to surpass fee-for-service by 2020. Whether this disruption is a threat or an opportunity depends on you. How quickly can your company capitalize on new opportunities to deliver more innovative and outcomes-based solutions? Success requires the ability to rapidly develop medical devices that are robust, secure, and interoperable.
IoT Transformation at Carestream
ThingWorx is designed for interoperability, critical in the increasingly collaborative and networked world of health care systems. That allows you to deliver value in multi-tiered health care networks, while avoiding the disruption, risk and cost of a “rip-and-replace” approach.
The challenges medical device companies encounter are expanding. The FDA’s “Case for Quality” calls for manufacturers to ensure the highest levels of device quality and safety throughout product design. As a result, teams need to consider comprehensive closed looped solutions.
Rapidly prototype and deploy medical engineering applications that monitor, manage and control connected devices.