How 5G technology enables the health internet of things

The 5G network could soon revolutionize your trip to the doctor’s office:

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  • How 5G technology enables the health internet of things
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  • West argues that work needs to be done to facilitate an end-to-end system.

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The fifth-generation (5G) of broadband technology promises advances in computing power and connectivity that will open the way for a health internet of things, in which unprecedented innovations in health care accessibility, medical services, and patient outcomes will become possible. Darrell West explores these opportunities and examines challenges to crafting policies allowing for a fully connected health internet of things.


How 5G technology enables the health internet of things

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