This series helps bring together and educate technologists, healthcare and pharma professionals, and other stakeholders interested in developing safe, responsible and validated use solutions for wireless medical devices.
25 August 2022 | Webinar
Artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies are enabling medical devices to provide important insights to clinicians as they gather data generated during healthcare delivery. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has identified earlier disease detection, more accurate diagnosis, and development of personalized diagnostics and therapeutics as opportunities for high-value applications.
Early detection can be a game changer for diseases such as cancer or Alzheimer’s, enabling patients to receive life-saving therapies sooner, but other applications such as interpreting MRI images or improving medication adherence are also benefiting from AI and ML. This 60-minute Webinar from the editors of Medical Design Briefs reviews the pathway to integrating this technology successfully.
19-20 July 2022 | London, UK
Digital mental health therapeutics present a great opportunity if there is trust in how they are developed and utilized to provide the most efficient, safe and secure experience for the user (patient). Policy is one tool that is available but consensus-driven global standards is an important resource in driving trust and credibility in these tools. Maria Palombini, Director of the IEEE SA Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice, shares how you can contribute and why.
24 February 2021 - 1 December 2021
These workshops delve into challenges and opportunities in connected healthcare and look to enhance Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protection, Safety and Security of clinical IoT and connected healthcare systems globally.
4 August 2021 | Session presented at DIMH 2021 Virtual Conference
This panel session provides the latest insights from a range of world class experts in ethical hacking, cybersecurity, data protection, and more. Panellists also bring in personal perspectives about the importance of mental health and wellbeing, whether it be from a perspective of working within cybersecurity, or when trying to build a global cybersecurity culture within digital mental health spaces.
25 May 2021
This workshop provides insight into developing standards through the open and collaborative consensus building process offered by IEEE.
The IEEE standards development platform offers a variety of opportunities from the development of open source technical and data standards to conformity assessment programs to standardized registries— providing multiple paths to nurture your work and make significant global impact.
27 April 2021 | Session presented at 2021 Planetary Health Alliance Annual Meeting
This session provides insight into the emerging technologies in agriculture and their implementation to help boost food production, productivity and help eliminate waste while securing and protecting the vulnerabilities of the food supply chain.
7 April 2021
This international conference is the platform for the exchange of thought-provoking ideas by global innovators shaping industries of the future.
21-22 November 2019 | Rockville, MD
This workshop explores emerging technologies, applications and platforms around smart pills (i.e. medicines with sensors). This includes an exploration of the benefits and challenges with the use of “ingestible sensors” for monitoring, diagnosing and otherwise impacting the delivery of a drug’s therapeutic effect to patients.
5 November 2019 | Cleveland, OH
This workshop features use cases, technology developments and the latest research on what is needed to realize the reality of a connected medical device system.
13-15 November 2018 | Glasgow, Scotland
This workshop expands to Europe and explores the challenges of securing devices and their data, how to make them interoperable with other devices and blockchain so that the data can open new doors in research and diagnostics, and more.
25 April 2018 | Rockville, MD
This workshop uncovers the opportunities and challenges surrounding data interoperability of wearable devices within the connected health wearable system – users, software, communications, networks, data, hardware, services, firmware, and more.
27 January 2018 | Orlando
This workshop explores the challenges of securing devices and their data, how to make them interoperable with other devices and blockchain so that the data can open new doors in research and diagnostics, and more.
17 January 2018 | Cambridge, MA
This workshop is intended for attendees who are interested in learning about the current promise and challenges surrounding the interoperability of wearable device data and other health data with our current healthcare system.