Video of the final TATRC NETCCN Virtual Critical Care demonstration that leveraged remote control of ventilators and IV pumps for pre-hospital, en-route, and ICU care, is now available
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We are looking forward to performing this foundational medial device cybersecurity research using the capabilities of our new MD PnP Lab “virtual hospital sandbox” with medical devices, simulators, and specialized networking equipment.
After 11 years in our original location at 65 Landsdowne St. Cambridge, MA, USA, the original MD PnP lab has been relocated to a larger custom-built space on the 5th floor of the same PartnersHealthcare building.
After 11 years on the same content management template, www.MDPnP.org is ready for a major update, so we are using that opportunity to port the site to an MGH-hosted server. The new url is MDPnP.mgh.harvard.edu. We expect the new website to take shape over the summer (of 2017).
After months of detailed planning, the new 3200 sq ft Massachusetts General Hospital – Partners HealthCare System MD PnP Lab broke ground today on May 24, 2017 6pm.
“Medical Device Interoperability for Improving Safety and Efficiency” panel at American Society of Anesthesiologists annual meeting
Medical devices are essential to the practice of modern medicine. Clinical measurements such as blood pressure and temperature, x-ray and ultrasound imaging, administration of intravenous medications, and support of critical life functions all require medical devices. However, despite our reliance on sophisticated medical equipment, most devices are not designed to interconnect with other devices and are not inherently secure. Therefore, it is difficult to connect individual devices into integrated medical systems to
The MD PnP Program will host the Connected Care Testbed of the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)
Boston Globe article, Friday, November 7th, “MGH team builds remote devices that could aid Ebola treatment“