Healthcare organizations have been at the frontline of the pandemic since the start, balancing a rapid response to public needs with an abrupt shift in technology. From temporary testing facilities and safety precautions to a massive increase in telehealth services to continue serving those in need, healthcare has had to make fast changes.
The need for an agile response has given rise to unprecedented complexities. Hospitals, care facilities, and doctors’ offices must redefine care delivery and financial strategies for the long term in order to meet patient demands and adopt the necessary new technology. To help healthcare organizations get ahead of emerging trends, IT design considerations, and financial budgeting requirements in order to effectively support the healthcare operations of the “New Normal,” we brought together a group of healthcare experts in our latest webinar to do a deep dive on:
Ali Youssef, Principal Mobility and Digital Health Architect with Henry Ford System
Scot Eberie, CEO at FG
Doug McDonald, Director in the office of the CTO, Extreme Networks.
Here’s a quick overview of what they’ll delve into:
“Essentially, we have to pivot very quickly when the pandemic struck. And initially, the initial response was setting up triage tents so that we could test as many patients as possible. And then having a framework around understanding, depending how far the tent is from our physical hospitals, how to provide adequate network connectivity in each of those scenarios.” – Ali Youssef, Principal Mobility and Digital Health Architect with Henry Ford System
Emerging technology trends as a result of the pandemic
IT considerations for digital healthcare
Watch our on-demand webinar, Embracing the New Normal in Healthcare: Effective Strategies for IT Leaders, to get all the details.