Free Webinar Explores Intelligent Systems for Healthcare Device Development
March 06, 2012
Healthcare devices expert Rodney Scruggs to explore features and functionality of Windows Embedded platform

Healthcare organizations need to ensure that data securely reaches the people who need it when they need it — from front-line patient care providers to analysts who manage back-end repositories where data can be analyzed and leveraged to improve patient care and satisfaction. To help medical device OEMs develop solutions that enable their customers to extend the intelligence of their organizations, Microsoft is hosting a free webinar: Intelligent Systems for Healthcare: Developing Secure, Connected Devices for the Clinical Environment.

With intelligent systems solutions for healthcare, developers can create connected devices that interoperate with customers’ existing infrastructure to support more informed health decisions and greater collaboration. The webinar will explore the features and functionality that the Windows Embedded platform offers to medical device developers, enabling them to create more secure, flexible and scalable devices that increase doctor and patient satisfaction and help make healthcare organizations more competitive.

The webinar is presented by Rodney Scruggs, a healthcare devices expert with more than 12 years of product development and marketing experience. He has worked with R&D and clinical groups to develop and launch medical devices for interventional cardiology, diagnostic imaging, and interventional guidance and oncology. He has also served as a consultant to Microsoft Corp. on medical embedded devices with Microsoft partners.

Register now for Intelligent Systems for Healthcare: Developing Secure, Connected Devices for the Clinical Environment. The one-hour webinar begins at 9 a.m. PST/12 p.m. EST on Wednesday, March 7, 2012. (Registration required.)

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