ZDNet reports on the benefit the National Health Service could gain from the adoption of internet-of-things devices and the issues it will need to consider before it uses the technology on a wide scale. The report states the NHS could use IoT devices to track patients throughout their stay in the hospital and help share information easier. The NHS will likely look at some of the security issues that have been attached to IoT devices. The report cites insulin pumps and pacemakers that have been recalled due to security flaws. The NHS will also need to determine who owns any of the information collected by IoT devices.
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