In my previous post, “Medical Devices in Hospitals,” I discussed the common challenges healthcare organizations face as convenience for Wi-Fi in hospital environments has become necessary – both life critical and patient critical. As many healthcare organizations find wireless devices outnumbering wired, challenges arise such as how to balance performance, security and access. Should all devices be allowed? How do hospitals prioritize? What changes are needed for the infrastructure to deliver excellent service?
On August 13, we’ll be teaming up with a panel of industry experts to examine the impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) in hospital environments. Join us as we discuss emerging trends in mobile clinical care solutions, best practices for supporting Wi-Fi enabled medical devices and the role 802.11ac is playing in next generation hospital networks. Surely a conversation that shouldn’t be missed!
- Bob Zemke, Director of Healthcare Solutions, Extreme Networks
- Josh Mandeville, Network & Data Security Officer, IU Health La Porte Hospital
- Ali Youssef, CPHIMS, CWNE #133, mHIMS Advisory Council, AAMI Wireless Strategy Task Force, Mobility Architect at Henry Ford Health System
- Mark Taglietti, Head of ICT Service Delivery & Vendor Management, University College London Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust
- What: Innovations in Healthcare Mobility Webinar – Best practices for supporting Wi-Fi enabled medical devices in a hospital environment
- When: Wednesday, Aug. 13, 11 a.m. to Noon ET
- Where: Register online here