November 1, 2009
about 2 years ago
Many thanks will check into it. However, your overall model with unique id, cloud based data etc seem very well suited for highly regulated environments. These environments are almost always complex and often expensive to deal with. Further the complexity of the regulations makes developing in this market difficult for a small group of makers.
So again - has the idea of working with the FDA and other regulatory agencies come to mind?
So - what other features like SAR compliance are in the works to simplify the use of imp in medical or other highly regulated environments?
The health care industry is going to move towards real time monitoring and having an open source or at least standard platform to manage the data transport would cut out the extra cost we see with redundant proprietary systems. Check out the Creative Destruction of Medicine for an excellent review of the current state of digital medicine (actually medicine as a whole), great introduction to a growing change which I believe makers can have a real impact on.
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