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Software-driven networking solutions that give every patient a better experience, every clinician a better connection, and every IT organization a better partner.

“Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) Initiative Enables Clinical Transformation

Learn how to design a secure BYOD solution to enable clinician access to patient information regardless of their device.

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Application Intelligence & Control

 

Using intelligence from network-based analytics to provide situational awareness of hospital network operations.

Clinical Grade BYOD for Healthcare

 

Consumer devices in healthcare environments raises the bar on accessibility and security requirements for today’s clinicians.

IoT & Medical Device Safety

 

Healthcare networks and devices are becoming significantly more complex, presenting a growing challenge for the IT staff supporting them.

Medical Devices in Healthcare – Survey

The Association of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) recently conducted a survey of clinical and biomedical engineers regarding the use of medical devices on their hospital’s network.  Here are some of the results.

  • 42.9% of respondents have medical devices from different vendors on the same VLAN.
  •  The majority of respondents don’t know know if ACLs or policy mechanisms are used to restrict medical device access and traffic on the network.
  • Only 29% actively monitor the health or status of the wireless network.

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Life Critical Networks best practices for designing and supporting today’s hospital requirements.

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Global Case Studies

Delivering simplified mobility to 24,000 medical professionals.

 

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Data center virtualization for application delivery.

 

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Survey Reveals the Status and Trends of Healthcare IT in 2016

In the last 10 years the healthcare industry has experienced significant cultural shifts, policy changes and technological advances, which have all contributed to the growth of a more patient-centric approach to care.

 

To better understand the status and trends of hospital Wi-Fi use in 2016, Extreme polled over 100 healthcare IT professionals around the world to learn how they are utilizing wireless in their hospitals.

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