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  • Healthcare IT leaders to focus on practitioner mobility, patient-first practice in 2014

    Healthcare provider IT leaders face a rocky 2014. With complications pouring in from ICD-10 and HIPAA, organizations will need to double down on patient-first practice. In this issue of Pulse, readers will get the pros and cons of signal exten... 

  • Best practices for mobile device security management

    Mobile health is becoming an integral component in the delivery of care, and IT departments must figure out how to integrate organization-issued as well as personal mobile devices onto networks. The data that flows through these networks and devices ... 

  • Maintaining wireless network availability in hospitals

    Hospitals and other healthcare facilities are prime candidates for wireless networks. But sorting through the technologies available, understanding their pros and cons and determining a strategy can be confusing. This e-book provides an overview of t... 

  • Engineering the wireless hospital

    Implementing a wireless network in a hospital allows physicians to use state-of-the-art equipment. But there are security, infrastructure and connectivity obstacles to overcome. Read this exciting e-book to learn more about topics like device securit... 

  • Life-critical networks for 21st century health care

    Network convergence has turned hospitals into dense networks of sophisticated, computerized medical gear. Take the network away and you’d be left with a lot of dumb devices that cannot perform the lifesaving functions for which they were design... 

  • telepresence robot

    A telepresence robot is a remote-controlled, wheeled device with a display to enable video chat and videoconferencing, among other purposes. In a distance education class, for example, a telepresence robot can move around the room and interact face-t... 

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