Connectivity and cybersecurity for medical devices in the MDR & IVDR era (in German)

Profiting from digitalisation in medicine - HealthCare 2.0 and MedTec- Industry 4.0 (Part 2: R&D Best Practices)

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The ECRI, arguably the most respected organization conducting and publishing independent comparative tests of medical devices, names cyber-security attacks as the greatest threat to healthcare technology in 2022.

Digitization in medicine is not only the key technology for increasing efficiency and conserving human resources in medical care - keyword: nursing shortage - but also an essential prerequisite for the further development of evidence-based medicine (EBM) and thus for increasing and securing the quality of care.

Evidence-adaptive clinical decision support systems (CDSS) not only support therapy decisions, but also the delegation of therapy control from the responsible physician to medical assistants. Medicine needs digital solutions.

In this White Paper written in collaboration with Grünewald GmbH, a consulting company specialized in medical technology, biotechnology and pharmacy, you will discover user and business cases and you will learn best practices for analyzing and proving cybersecurity as well as regulatory & normative requirements.


In case you want to read the first part of the whitepaper by Grunewald, it is available here:

Connectivity and Cybersecurity for medical devices in the MDR & IVDR era - Part 1: Stakeholder Requirements (in German)



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