Hospital CIOs: Address — Don’t Ignore — BYOD Pressures
When it comes to optimizing their facilities’ communications infrastructure, policies and management,
hospital CIOs are under enormous pressure to break out of some previously unassailable comfort
University Of Mississippi Medical Center Finds Quick RTLS ROI
This case study outlines the many values of RTLS (real-time location systems) and monitoring systems in healthcare, and how the University of Mississippi Medical Center realized a return on its investment in RTLS and temperature monitoring in less than two years.
10 Point Guide To Selecting The Right Mobile Computer Cart
The evaluation and selection process of mobile carts can be a daunting task for healthcare professionals. This 10 point checklist can be your guide to understanding the ins and outs of modern mobile computer cart technology, and how to determine which cart is right for your healthcare facility.
Patient Safety Applications Of Bar Code And RFID Technologies
The recent focus on patient safety in U.S. hospitals has yielded a flood of new technologies and tools aimed specifically
at improving the quality of patient care at the bedside. This has been accomplished by integrating the physical process of care delivery with medication information and software applications that provide clinical decision support,
and quality and safety checks. By Zebra Technologies
It’s All In The Wrist: Improving Patient Safety With Bar Code Wristbands
Identifying patients with bar coded wristbands is a first step healthcare organizations can take to make these
improvements. Checking the “Five Rights”—Right Patient, Right Medication, Right Dose, Right Time and
Right Method of Administration—prevents most medication errors. By Zebra Technologies
Connected Healthcare: Changing The Way You Design, Build, And Manage Healthcare Environments
The traditional approach to designing hospital buildings — deploying multiple proprietary networks for voice, video, and data, HVAC, security and access, energy, lighting, fire and safety, and other functions — unnecessarily increases capital costs and operational expenses. When developers and builders replace disparate networks with one simplified, flexible, and scalable IP network and incorporate a ‘connected healthcare’ framework into their buildings, it creates a catalyst for an information utility, while reducing cost and complexity.
RTLS: Seeing Is Believing For Pediatric Hospital
An enterprise-wide pilot convinces a pediatric hospital to implement an RTLS (real-time location system) for asset tracking.
RTLS Improves Hospital’s Operations
This case study highlights how Baltimore’s Mercy Medical Center leveraged Skytron’s RTLS (real-time location system) technology to monitor refrigerator temperatures and track IV pumps.
Provider’s Perceptions On Mobility In Healthcare
Porter Research and Billian’s HealthDATA have collaborated to bring you this primary market research program aimed at understanding healthcare providers’ perceptions regarding mobility in healthcare.
Network Convergence: A Catalyst For Reducing Cost Across Healthcare Facilities
The traditional approach to designing hospital buildings— deploying multiple proprietary networks for voice, video and data, HVAC; security and access, energy, lighting, fire and safety; and other functions — unnecessarily increases capital costs and operational expenses. When developers and builders replace disparate networks with one simplified, flexible, and scalable IP network, it creates a catalyst for an information utility, while reducing cost and complexity.