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A recipe for health IT success. Are you missing the key ingredient?


April 18, 2018 - 3 Comments

Healthcare has evolved beyond business as usual. The people who touch healthcare —patients, family members, clinicians, administrators, and IT—expect more than they used to. They are demanding increasingly sophisticated digital interactions, including remote consultations, ubiquitous connectivity, network automation, and location-aware mobile services – just to name a few.

In order to deliver these quickly evolving new healthcare capabilities, a hospital’s network needs to not only be modern enough to support these solutions but also have security embedded end-to-end. The ability to sense and understand the context of everything that is happening across all applications, users, and devices makes a difference in seamless care supported by IoT and connected health. And the impact could be huge when it comes to protecting patients and data, streamlining clinical workflows, and personalizing the patient experience.

Check out the infographic below to learn how the network foundation, the key ingredient in IoT success, impacts security and the experiences of clinicians and patients:

The network shouldn’t be what’s holding back the promise of IoT and connected healthcare. To explore these opportunities and network solutions that are making healthcare innovation possible, Creative Intellect Consulting has developed a series of four papers:

 

 

 

 

 

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Learn more about the role the network can play in improving healthcare outcomes at cisco.com/go/healthcare.

 

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3 Comments

  1. The healthcare institutions have become more active in transforming the healthcare facilities so that it can better be delivered to the patients and bring the required network between all the departments of the hospital so that work can be more easy to handle.

  2. Nice info!

  3. Every point of your post derived the info perfectly. Thanks for this informative post.