November 15, 2011 - (Free Research) In the next few years, hospitals will be rolling out all kinds of technology to improve patient care. Each of these devices and systems must be able to send and receive information instantly.
May 20, 2011 - (Free Research) To facilitate high-quality patient care, Memorial Hospital deployed a wireless LAN to provide both data and voice access throughout the facility. The instantaneous communication and broad information access has significantly improved the quality of patient care, because it lets staff spend more time caring for patients and less time on paperwork.
November 16, 2012 - (Free Research) This e-book from SearchHealthIT.com takes an in-depth look at the primary concerns and drivers behind wireless network connectivity in health care. Inside, uncover an overview of 3 primary wireless technologies to gain a better understanding of how to provide wireless access to hospital staff.
April 17, 2013 - (Free Research) Explore this health IT tech guide for expert advice to help you build an effective and HIPAA-compliant wireless network. Learn more about implementing UC in a hospital setting, managing medical and mobile devices and preparing your wireless network for EHR, PACS and telemedicine.
February 21, 2011 - (Free Research) Implementing a wireless network in a hospital allows physicians to use state-of-the-art equipment. But there are security, infrastructure and connectivity obstacles to overcome. Read this CDW Healthcare e-book to learn how these obstacles can be eliminated.
February 25, 2010 - (Free Research) After successful prior engagements, Cooper University Hospital (CUH) asked Dimension Data to implement an IP telephony (IPT) solution for its existing data center and new Medical Coordination Center (MCC).
May 20, 2011 - (Free Research) The Belfast H&SC Trust had recognized the benefits of wireless technology, but the existing network was proving increasingly difficult to manage. A Juniper Networks Wireless LAN Portfolio pilot was deployed, proving to be a success in terms of its stability, security and manageability allowing centralized management at the touch of a button.
August 19, 2011 - (Free Research) Healthcare facilities are prime candidates for wireless networks. But sorting through the technologies available, understanding their pros and cons and determining a strategy can be confusing. This e-book provides an overview of 3 wireless technologies to help healthcare IT leaders better understand how to provide wireless access to their users.
May 22, 2009 - (Free Research) Baptist Health South Florida uses a Cisco Medical-Grade Network powered by highly available Cisco Catalyst® switches to safeguard the reliability and uptime of critical hospital services and applications.
October 17, 2011 - (Free Research) Choosing the right PoC technology can improve your hospital’s ability to deliver quality patient care. This means you need to adopt PoC solutions that are readily compatible with existing systems, accommodate your budget and can comply with government criteria. Learn about services available to ensure a smooth transition to PoC.
April 09, 2013 - (Free Research) Explore this case study to realize the wireless LAN strategy one hospital deployed to realize the full value of their technology investments and successfully run their EHR.
August 2010 - (Free Research) This IDC Health Insights white paper identifies the key benefits from desktop virtualization in the clinical environment and presents case studies from three hospitals with detailed interviews.
March 2013 - (Free Research) This e-guide from SearchHealthIT.com provides expert advice for modeling a HIPAA-friendly BYOD policy. Read now for expert tips and advice on how you can manage consumer devices in your hospital.
December 2012 - (Free Research) This e-guide from SearchHealthIT.com provides expert advice for modeling a HIPAA-friendly BYOD policy. Read now for expert tips and advice on how you can manage consumer devices in your hospital.
June 2011 - (Free Research) Many organizations would like to incorporate the Apple iPad into business processes, but is it a good idea for healthcare environments? Inside this expert e-guide, learn about the pros and cons of the iPad and whether or not hospital networks can support it.
October 2010 - (Free Research) Network closets in the healthcare setting are housing more powerful and critical equipment as hospitals and ambulatory offices rely on these spaces to support an increasing number of business-critical applications such as electronic medical records (EMRs), wireless communications and digital imaging.
September 2011 - (Free Research) Today’s hospitals are increasingly using new applications to lower operational costs while boosting patient safety, care and service levels. So how can healthcare leaders ensure optimal performance of medical applications? Inside, learn about converged network strategies for simplified management of multiple medical systems.
June 2012 - (Free Research) This 2-minute video highlights some of the more significant trends in health IT today. Within, learn how touch-screen technology and tablet devices are changing the face of health care, allowing caregivers and patients to encounter a much richer, more interactive – and, ultimately, better overall – experience.
May 2011 - (Free Research) A department of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia sought to improve its data analysis and operational management processes. They implemented a management solution based on Microsoft BI technologies and gained more insight into its data and has automated reporting processes, which reduced laboratory result turnaround times by 50 percent.
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