Many healthcare providers want to implement IoT technologies to reduce costs and improve operations, but it’s important to follow some crucial steps at the outset to ensure success, reports Technology Record.
As the health and life sciences industries seek to be more effective and efficient, and keep workers safe in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, the desire to apply IoT technology to tackle these new complexities has soared.
However, the devil is in the details when moving from vision to reality. In my experience, there are several characteristics that lead to successful IoT projects, including: building an interdisciplinary team, selecting a problem that IoT can solve, identifying consistent and repeatable patterns, integrating applicable regulations at the design level, and ensuring accountability.
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