The Federal Communications Commission and the Food and Drug Administration on March 31 will host a day-long public workshop in Washington, D.C., on wireless medical test beds and their influence on the development of converged medical technology for clinical and non-clinical settings.

Wireless medical test beds are meant to advance the development and deployment of wireless technology for healthcare applications. In 2013, the FCC reformed its experimental licensing program and established a medical testing license to permit healthcare facilities to undertake clinical trials of cutting-edge wireless medical technologies.

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