SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Medical device networks are larger, more complicated and more mission-critical
Frost & Sullivan's virtual think tank, Best Practices for Managing Patient Monitoring Networks Across the IT and Biomedical Departments, aims to understand what best practices successful hospitals were following to keep these critical pieces of infrastructure functional and focused on supporting patient care.
To download the Virtual Think Tank Executive Summary, please visit: http://frost.ly/3f7.
Key research findings include:
"The growing demand for hospital-based medical device connectivity solutions is expected to result in remarkable changes across the continuum of care," explained Charlie Whelan, Transformational Health Vice President of Consulting. "Breaking down silos between the biomedical and IT departments is a critical step in reducing the risk of patient monitoring network outages."
The following industry thought leaders participated as panelists of this virtual think tank: Martin Poulin, Director at Biomed Island Health; Peter Lawes, Manager of Clinical Engineering and Telecom Services at St. Boniface Hospital; Ron Sturge, Executive Director of Clinical Engineering Service at New Brunswick; Marianne Beardshall, Manager of The Heart Rhythm Program at Southlake Regional Health Center; and Lou Kowatch, Senior Director of Healthcare Digital Service at GE Healthcare.
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