The volume and exchange of healthcare information is growing with every application and interface that you add to your facility. How well these will operate, support your users and provide you with the expected return on investment all depend on a network that is solid, reliable and highly capable. With so many choices for network investment, how can you decide what is best for your facilities? Could you benefit from the collective advice and experience of over 16 healthcare operators and 35 specialized healthcare system consultants?
In this two-part webinar presentation, Donna Schultz, Infrastructure Engineer at University of Kentucky Medical; Cheryl Blum, Vice-President of Technology and Standards at TIA; and Herb Congdon, Chair of the TIA Healthcare Task Group, will present pertinent information that will educate you on the technologies that are available, will cover the collective recommendations and minimum requirements of these industry experts (and how those were developed), and will provide important insights on how these technologies can prepare your network for reliable, cost-effective operation for years to come.
Join this webinar to learn how you and your team can:
• Save money and minimize disruptions to the patient service mission through sound decisions on network cabling
• See the details and recommendation in the Healthcare Facility Standard and how they should apply to your IT plan
• Hear how the University of Kentucky made their decisions
• Gain insight into what you can expect to see in the years ahead
About UK Healthcare:
Established in 1957, UK HealthCare consists of the medical, nursing, health sciences, public health, dental and pharmacy patient care activities of the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky, and in several off-site locations. The physicians, residents, staff and students take pride in achieving excellence in patient care, education, research and community service. UK HealthCare draws upon the clinical expertise of the faculty in all six colleges—Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Health Sciences, Dentistry and Public Health—to advance patient care. UK HealthCare facilities include UK Chandler Hospital, Kentucky Children’s Hospital, UK HealthCare East, Kentucky Clinic, Polk-Dalton Clinic, Kentucky Clinic South, 80 specialized clinics, 143 outreach programs, and a team of 6,000 physicians, nurses, pharmacists and health care workers all dedicated to patient health.