Internet of Medical Things Solutions

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Forescout Platform

Forescout Technologies headquartered in San Jose actively defends the Enterprise of Things by identifying, segmenting and enforcing compliance of every connected thing. Forescout boasts a widely deployed, enterprise-class platform at scale across IT, IoT, and OT managed and unmanaged…


Ordr's connected platform is used to discover and secure connected devices from traditional IT to new or vulnerable IoT, IoMT, and OT devices. The solution helps users to gain visibility, risk insights, and automated policies, and with more than 80 integrations.


Armis headquartered in Palo Alto offers an agentless, enterprise-class security platform to address the new threat landscape of unmanaged and IoT devices, an out-of-band sensing technology to discover and analyze all managed, unmanaged, and IoT devices—from traditional devices like…

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BioT Connected Medical Devices

BioT Medical offers a self-service, no-code connected care platform that aims to transform medical devices into connected care solutions in a single day with a regulated cloud platform. BioT cloud platform allows users to connect devices, create customized patient and caregiver workflows,…

Microchip IoT Medical Device Solutions

Microchip Technology Inc. is a semiconductor supplier of smart, connected and secure embedded control solutions. Its development tools and comprehensive product portfolio aim to enable customers to create optimal designs which reduce risk while lowering total system cost and time…

Medigate by Claroty

Medigate, from Claroty since the acquisition at the end of 2021, passively discovers devices and begins providing accurate and granular details on the IoT and medical devices connecting to the network.

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WiTTRA provides a technology platform for product developers which features a long range, secure wireless sensor network, boasting developer-friendly hardware that is also available for volume production - pre-packaged for field deployment, pre-certified, standards compliant, open…

MILL5 Internet of Things

MILL5 brings together software development, data science, and hardware engineering to create unique and innovative solutions. MILL5 helps customers build short and long term strategies that leverage the Internet of Things (IoT) across industries including Oil & Gas, Utilities…

Synopsys DesignWare IP

The DesignWare IP portfolio, from Synopsys includes logic libraries, embedded memories, analog IP, wired and wireless interface IP, security IP, embedded processors and subsystems.

ScienceSoft IoT for Connected Medical Devices

ScienceSoft's IoT for connected medical devices is used for diagnostics, care delivery, disease management and prevention, IoT for connected medical devices reduces unnecessary clinic visits and hospital stays, as well as save medical staff time for vitals entry.

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EMnify is a cloud building block for cellular communications in the IoT stack, connecting millions of IoT devices globally – from electric vehicles to energy meters, alarm systems to GPS trackers, thermometers to health wearables.

AT&T Business
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AT&T Business helps businesses gain technology insights – whether they are mobilizing employees, connecting with customers, or updating cloud infrastructure thanks to AT&T business solutions.

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What is the Internet of Medical Things IoMT?

The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) consists of medical devices that are deployed for patient care and monitoring, along with the software, applications, services, and networks that securely connect those devices to healthcare platforms. IoMT captures patient data and allows medical professionals to harness that information to provide health status updates, diagnostics, and medical analytics. IoMT’s remote device controls support smart pill monitoring, robotic surgery, and real-time medical intervention ranging from adjusting glucose levels to re-establishing normal heart rhythms.

IoMT system architecture includes connected medical devices, gateways, firewalls, data processors, data warehouses, data analytics, medical device controller applications, information presentation logic for professional and patient viewing, medical staff interfaces for monitoring and alerts, mobile patient applications, and administrative dashboards. The devices are equipped with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth capabilities which support internet connectivity and machine-to-machine communications, often linking to web cloud services for data warehousing. The Internet of Medical Things platforms support integrations with Electronic Health Records (EHR), Health Information Exchange Systems, (HIE), and Laboratory Information Systems (LIS).

IoMT medical devices such as medical monitors, patient care treatment devices, medical grade and consumer healthcare wearables can be deployed at home, in the community, in clinics, and in hospitals offering patient care in a variety of settings and across a range of activities.In-home applications includes remote monitoring and treatment, personal emergency response systems, and personal health and fitness monitoring. IoMT supports community monitoring and patient care in non-traditional medical settings. In addition to their medical applications, IoMT in hospital settings support hospital management, patient flow, and inventory.

Hospitals, clinics, and medical professionals use IoMT for remote monitoring of diseases and medical conditions, to provide real-time treatment such as remote controlled insulin pumps and wearable defibrillators that manage cardiac rhythms, and to offer less invasive diagnostics and surgery through ingestible pills and robotic surgery.

Internet of Medical Things IoMT Features

Internet of Medical Things IoMT includes many of the following features.

  • Device connectivity and security
  • Real-time data collection
  • Continuous patient monitoring
  • Patient status alerts
  • Analytics, AI, machine learning, and reporting
  • Medical device control software and apps, remote intervention
  • Remote device configuration and troubleshooting
  • Abnormal device functioning alerts
  • Medical device assets and inventory management
  • Healthcare professional and administrative dashboards
  • Patient Mobile apps
  • Healthcare regulation and policy compliance (HIPAA)

Internet of Medical Things IoMT Comparison

Consider the following when purchasing Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) solutions.

Use Case: Some vendors offer complete IoMT platform solutions, other products focus on one aspect of IoMT such as communications and networking or IoT medical device security.

Support: Consulting firms that specialize in IoMT help medical centers and healthcare professionals set up and deploy an IoMT platform for their practices.

Preparation: Medical devices produce enormous amounts of data that will have to be efficiently stored and readily retrievable for analytics and reporting. Data security and privacy controls will have to be established to protect this sensitive data. Evaluate how your IoMT solution will integrate with your current healthcare management, electronic records, and laboratory information solutions.

Pricing Information

IoMT pricing is driven by the number and complexity of internet-connected medical devices, software features, and the number and variety of roles of the medical professionals that will need to be supported. Vendor price quotes are usually required. Other related expenses to consider are integration costs with other medical management and information systems and the use of cloud services for data storage.

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What does the Internet of Medical Things IoMT do?

Using medical devices and internet connectivity the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) collects medical data for the monitoring and treatment of patients. IoMT includes the devices, software, applications, connectivity, and networking needed to remotely conduct these activities. IoMT enables patient status updates, diagnostics, and analytics. IoMT medical devices that include medical grade and consumer wearables, monitors, and treatment devices can be deployed at home, in the community, in clinics, and in hospital settings.

What are the benefits of using the Internet of Medical Things IoMT?

Deploying an IoMT solution promotes personalized patient care, enables early symptom detection, facilitates more rapid diagnostics, and helps ensure patient treatment compliance. Its remote medical device control features support real-time intervention in emergencies and allow remote device maintenance and troubleshooting. This results in better patient care and experience, error reduction, improved treatment management, better resource optimization, reduced costs, and most importantly enhanced lifesaving capabilities. The large amount of data collected is used to support advances in medical devices and treatments.

How much does the Internet of Medical Things IoMT cost?

Vendor price quotes are required. IoMT pricing is driven by the number and complexity of internet-connected medical devices, software features, and the type of medical specialties and professionals that will need to be supported.