Telehealth Case Studies & White Papers

  1. Network Convergence: A Catalyst For Reducing Cost Across Healthcare Facilities
    8/11/2011
    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.
  2. Patientricity And The Triangle Of Care
    8/8/2011
    Patientricity is not a new approach to healthcare, it is a fresh perspective. In the Triangle of Care, a sophisticated healthcare IT system must be integrated into the design.
  3. White Paper: Wi-Fi Provides Rx For Healthcare Challenges
    6/23/2011
    The healthcare industry is seeing a spike in wireless LAN deployments as Wi-Fi networks gain speed, medical records become digitized, and clinicians strive to improve the quality and reduce the cost of patient care. By Aerohive Networks
  4. White Paper: Mobilizing Healthcare In the ARRA Age - Part II: What 4G Means To Healthcare
    5/20/2011
    In Part II of this four-part white paper series, we examine the potential ways 4G communications can transform the healthcare experience as we know it for patients, caregivers, and facilities alike. By Ken Congdon, Editor In Chief, Health IT Outcomes
  5. Case Study: Hospital Eases Growing Pains With Unified Communications
    5/19/2011
    Doctors Hospital at Renaissance was expanding rapidly and needed to ensure reliable, transparent communications among existing and new campuses while keeping legacy PBX systems at some locations. By ShoreTel
  6. White Paper: Mobilizing Healthcare In The ARRA Age
    5/12/2011
    Tips to implementing wireless and mobile technologies that will help your healthcare facility effectively manage growing data requirements, while cutting costs, increasing efficiency, and improving patient care. By Ken Congdon, Editor In Chief, Health IT Outcomes
  7. White Paper: A Tutorial On Healthcare Mobile Carts
    11/3/2010
    This original white paper compiles all three installments of Health IT Outcomes's "A Tutorial On Healthcare Mobile Carts" editorial series to provide readers with a comprehensive view of mobile cart selection criteria, technology advancements, and deployment best practices. By Ken Congdon, editor in chief, Health IT Outcomes
  8. White Paper: Best Practices For Mobile Cart Deployment
    10/26/2010
    In the third and final installment of Health IT Outcomes's "A Tutorial On Healthcare Mobile Carts", we ask our panel of experts to reveal best practices for healthcare mobile cart deployments, real-world success stories of healthcare facilities implementing these best practices with positive results, and lessons learned from failed mobile cart deployments. By Ken Congdon, editor in chief, Health IT Outcomes
  9. White Paper: Advancements In Mobile Cart Technology
    10/19/2010
    In this second installment of Health IT Outcomes's three-part editorial series titled "A Tutorial On Healthcare Mobile Computing Carts," we ask several industry experts to share their insights on the mobile cart technology advancements having the most significant impact on improving mobility, productivity, and security in the healthcare workplace. Ken Congdon, editor in chief, Health IT Outcomes
  10. White Paper: Telehealth Unites The Healthcare Ecosystem
    6/2/2010
    As we enter the new decade, healthcare for an aging population is a top-of-mind issue for government policy makers, business leaders and consumers alike. Healthcare costs have been steadily increasing, and a growing number of healthcare providers and patients worry that the recent budget crunches faced by healthcare providers will affect patient care in the years ahead. By Verizon