Are your local area and wireless networks strong, safe, and robust enough to keep up with the increased bandwidth requirements, security concerns, and multitude of growing IoT/IoMT devices?
Healthcare has become more sophisticated, patient care continues to evolve, and operations flex to keep up with the multitude of changes. As we move from Digital Hospitals to Smart Hospitals, connected healthcare is growing exponentially. The way healthcare is delivered has changed and will continue to mature and advance. Increased remote work, the hybrid workplace, and telehealth add to the complexity. Internet of Things (IoT) and Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) have changed the network landscape. These new and exponentially growing devices, advanced modalities, and complex software applications, along with the growing bandwidth demands from medical staff, patients, and guests, all place a strain on the hospital’s IT infrastructure. The IT department has grown at the fastest pace in history and is in a constant state of keeping up, adding, changing, and retiring hardware and network equipment. Often the result is a patchwork architecture that continues to be more time consuming to manage.