Solutions for Healthcare
Connect Beyond The Network
Software-driven networking solutions that give every patient a better experience, every clinician a better connection, and every IT organization a better partner.
Hospital Network Security Requirements: 5 Steps Beyond Compliance
Hospitals have long known the importance of protecting against cyberthreats, but the WannaCry ransomware attack from March 2017 reinforced how essential it is to have a comprehensive cybersecurity solution. To boost your cybersecurity grade, you need to follow these five steps.
Healthcare Case Studies
Extreme Fabric Connect Enables Advanced Paperless Environment at Concord Hospital
Smart Healthcare: The Remedy for Better Patient Care at ProMedica
West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust Helps Save Lives with the Implementation of Extreme’s Solution
Clinical Grade BYOD For Healthcare
The Extreme Networks BYOD solution provides hospitals with resilient Wi-Fi infrastructure, the efficient means to on-board and manage smartphone devices used by clinicians and the necessary security capabilities for patient data compliance.
Internet of Healthcare Things and Medical Device Safety
Rather than thinking solely in terms of device counts and bandwidth, organizations must now reassess their approach to medical device support and rethink how best to apply business intelligence to the network
Application Intelligence and Control for Healthcare
Hospitals of the future will increasingly rely on intelligence from real-time healthcare applications and connected devices to improve workflow, safety, and costs.
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 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.