Breaking down the barriers to care

In a constantly evolving threatscape, the best defense starts with integrated security.

The goal of any modern healthcare facility includes personalizing patient experiences and increasing care access while protecting patients and their data. On top of that, keeping costs down is a major concern.

Healthcare organizations today face a wide variety of challenges. To transform care delivery, adapt to evolving technology, and change patient expectations—all in an uncertain business environment—start by asking these questions:

How can we reduce complexity in patient care?

How can we reduce complexity in patient care?

Collaboration

In a hospital, a patient may interact with as many as 50 employees. If care teams cannot share information effectively, patient satisfaction and safety are impacted.2

Asset tracking

One in three nurses wastes an hour per shift searching for equipment.3 This is valuable time spent away from patients and can impact job performance. 

How can we protect our patients and their data?

How can we protect our patients and their data?

Cybersecurity

Healthcare is now the number-one industry targeted by attackers. A year ago, it wasn’t even in the top six.4 Comprehensive cybersecurity is no longer optional.

Medical-device security

67 percent of medical device manufacturers expect an attack on their devices in the next 12 months. Only 17 percent are making significant efforts to prevent it.5

How can we deliver the best patient experiences?

How can we deliver the best patient experiences?

On-demand care

Patients don’t want to have to wait the average of 29 days to see a doctor.6 To reduce the wait, 65 percent of patients are interested in having a virtual doctor visit.7

Education

About 50 percent of patients with chronic diseases struggle with a lack of medication compliance. Educational support and materials improve compliance significantly.8

How can we save time and money?

How can we save time and money?

Network infrastructure

67 percent of businesses say that legacy network infrastructure is a bottleneck in enterprise IT. Improved networking enables efficiencies throughout the organization.9

Operations improvements

Digital capabilities—such as optimized staff levels, EHRs, and automatic medication administration—can help provide better outcomes at a lower cost.1

Empowering healthcare workers with digital technology benefits the bottom line.

Empowering healthcare workers with digital
technology benefits the bottom line.

Which of the following is your organization using to transcend the changing healthcare environment?

Hospital equipment tracking

Predictive equipment maintenance

Telehealth services

Mobile wayfinding within facilities

Electronic health records

Optimized predictive staffing levels

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