Eyes on the Prize
These steps can help care providers build out effective remote patient monitoring programs.
Digital stethoscopes help clinicians keep their distance while supporting vital information collection and collaboration.
A Tablet to Face Modern Challenges
The device’s durability and reliability meet the needs for handheld devices in healthcare.
Keep Your Distance
The intuitive hub allows almost any device to connect and present, even from 30 feet away.
Paving the Way
Self-driving technology is being used to deliver medication and supplies. Could it one day transport sick patients in an emergency?
A Test That’s OK to Fail
Hire an outside party for a cybersecurity assessment to reveal key vulnerabilities and strengthen defenses.
Stronger and Wiser
Providers are responding to the pandemic with new technologies and protocols. Thousands will meet online next week to discuss what’s next.
Pump Up Your Passwords
Small adjustments can make a big difference in protecting your data and devices from threat actors.
Rapidly changing needs pushed healthcare providers into massive expansions of their telehealth systems.
Rooms with a View
Expanded inpatient telehealth solutions support safety protocols and a more personal connection.
Foundation for Success
Healthcare providers modernize to address present needs and to better handle future challenges involving clinical data.
See the Big Picture
Healthcare providers use RFID-enabled technology, including real-time location systems, to track patients, locate equipment and expedite care.
Mobility’s Big Moment
The global pandemic has highlighted a number of ways that mobile technologies address healthcare challenges.
Evolve the In-Room Patient Experience
Solutions such as telehealth tools improve continuity of care and foster better communication.