June 7, 2024, 9:04 p.m. | Brian Eastwood

HealthTech Magazine healthtechmagazine.net

Healthcare’s digital transformation efforts rely on the potential for data and artificial intelligence to improve clinical outcomes. To effectively use this technology at the point of care, however, clinical staff need devices capable of running powerful AI applications and maintaining constant, secure connectivity — all without overheating or requiring a midshift battery recharge.
Qualcomm Technologies is focusing its efforts on addressing these unique needs. By equipping devices with system-on-a-chip capabilities and 5G connectivity, Qualcomm is working to give clinicians the …

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