Hospitals insist monitoring equipment is compatible
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), has become the largest hospital system - public or private - to specify that physiological monitoring equipment must be compatible with the industry-wide standard for data capture and transmission. This enables devices made by different makers to "talk" with one another.
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