Healthcare organizations are working vigorously to implement public health response strategies that enhance their care service capabilities to aid in the current global COVID-19 crisis. Increased capacity and devices, triage tents, pop-up clinics, mobile testing sites, telehealth, and in-home patient monitoring create unique infrastructure and connectivity requirements that must remain resilient, secure, and compliant to maintain patient safety.
View these on-demand videos to learn about the steps you can take and the innovative networking solutions you can implement quickly to support these evolving complex requirements in this fast-paced time of need.
The rapid escalation of COVID-19 patient cases has created new challenges for healthcare organizations both in terms of scaling up testing and care services and with reducing risk for non-critical patients or care workers. Here are five key consideration points for healthcare IT departments to consider. Presenter: Robert Zemke, CISSP, CPHIMS, Director Healthcare Solutions, Extreme Networks Time: 8 minutes
Healthcare organizations are being forced to implement immediate expansion of their care capacity and services outside of traditional hospital buildings. IT departments must deliver secure infrastructure solutions for testing and triage sites on hospital property and at temporary facilities without the proper internet connectivity required for healthcare. Here is an overview of our pre-validated, curated packages enabling fast, secure, and compliant deployment for your evolving pop-up site requirements. Presenter: Doug McDonald, CPHIMS, FHIMSS, Director of Healthcare, Extreme Networks Time: 9 minutes
Healthcare organizations are working to reduce exposure from person-to-person contact and minimize overburdening hospitals when possible. In addition, some patients with mild symptoms may be safer at home but still require medical device monitoring. Here is an overview of our solutions available to enable secure and seamless connectivity for healthcare providers delivering virtual care in their homes, as well as medical devices that need to be monitored for in-home patient care. Presenter: Dave McClain, Principle Healthcare Architect, Extreme Networks Time: 9 minutes
In the midst of this global pandemic, cyber-attackers continue to take advantage of the overburdened healthcare system. As additional devices and sites are being implemented rapidly, ensuring patient safety, security, and privacy remains a top priority. Here are the steps you can take to manage the unfortunate increased risk plaguing the industry, and ensure your airspace is secured. Presenters: Ali Youssef, PMP CPHIMS FHIMSS CWNE# 133, Principal Mobility Architect, Henry Ford Health System Chuck Brooks, Strategic Business Development, Extreme Networks Time: 22 minutes
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