Point-to-Point Patient Care
In the face of natural disasters, the Michigan health information exchange director calls data sharing a necessity.
Mobilize Your Workforce
Before deploying smartphones or tablets to staff, make sure to consider your organization’s needs and capabilities.
Out with the Old
Decommissioning aging technologies that pose operational and security risks is a difficult but essential process for providers.
Stretch the Boundaries of Protection
Environmental scans and regular system checks can help to reduce cyberthreats against healthcare organizations.
A Small Wonder
Despite its size, this workstation can handle applications of all types, making it ideal for healthcare professionals.
Imaging On the Go
Point-of-care and smartphone-enabled sonography devices can streamline care and engage patients.
Make the Most of Mobility
Deploy reliable and secure Wi-Fi to optimize IoT for patient care and provider performance.
Divide and Conquer
Separate devices based on trust levels and use in order to conquer cybersecurity threats.
With the solution’s prominence on the rise, experts discuss its potential to help patients, providers, researchers and more.
Strategy for Stability
Hyperconverged infrastructure solutions can be used to enhance performance and scalability.
For care teams, infrastructure upgrades can enhance application visibility and, in turn, forge a path forward for digital transformation and compliance.
Foundation for Information
Providers are developing infrastructures to take advantage of Big Data to improve operational efficiency and patient care.
Providers turn to a variety of technology solutions to boost productivity, efficiency and patient care.
Think Big Picture
When deploying new tools, facilities should first prioritize infrastructure modernization.
Listen, Learn and Adapt
To cut back on collaboration complications, healthcare leaders must embrace technology and teamwork.