How Community Healthcare Facilities Are Prepping for Disruption
The current health crisis has brought unprecedented challenges for IT teams, especially those at local community healthcare facilities with fewer than 300 beds. A CDW Healthcare webinar features two IT experts from local hospital systems, exploring their efforts to ensure business continuity while they prepare for disruption.
Tom Stafford, CTO, CDW Healthcare
Clark Averill, Director of Information Technology, St. Luke's Hospital of Duluth
Trevor Clere, Director of Information Systems, Wooster Community Hospital Health System
Remy Morgan, Healthcare Mobility Solution Architect, CDW
Mike Murphy, Collaboration Solution Architect, CDW
Jeremy Weiss, Healthcare Security Solution Architect, CDW
- IT teams must address the need for an incident command center to help improve their emergency management planning, response and recovery capabilities.
- To better support providers, patients and employees, IT teams should be ready to come to grips with the heightened demands put on networks by telemedicine, call centers and collaboration tools.
- Protective measures such as multifactor authentication and sessions termination are crucial in protecting a remote workforce.
Business continuity is critical. >>> Learn more about healthcare solutions and best practices during a time of disruption.