Working From Home: Web conferencing
Working From Home: Web conferencing
With the right technology, web conferencing can enable medical professionals to offer much-needed medical care remotely, and for healthcare research and admin staff to continue working from home where...
Working From Home: Improving Wi-Fi performance
Working From Home: Improving Wi-Fi performance
Some healthcare professionals are now working from home - maintaining essential planning, admin or research services, or conducting online medical consultations. Therefore a fast and reliable internet...
Working From Home: Staying healthy & productive
Working From Home: Staying healthy & productive
Whether users are medical professionals running online consultations, healthcare administrators or research staff, working from home for long hours each day can impact their health. Computer screens...
Protect Patient Data by Moving Beyond Passwords
Protect Patient Data by Moving Beyond Passwords
Healthcare organizations that are not yet using multi-factor authentication (MFA) may be exposing users and healthcare data to greater risk. Not only is MFA more secure, it also provides a better user...
Scaling Tech Support for Your Always-On Healthcare Ecosystem
Scaling Tech Support for Your Always-On Healthcare Ecosystem
While the devices and technologies in your healthcare facility increase flexibility and productivity, they also increase employee expectations for tools to be always on and working properly. Expanding...
Transitioning from Reactive IT
Transitioning from Reactive IT
Reactive IT is not viable when you’re innovating healthcare delivery systems. Formulating a transition plan that includes a cost/benefit analysis will get you started on the path to proactive IT...
Developing your Cloud Infrastructure
Developing your Cloud Infrastructure
Like most organizations you are already using the Cloud to share files and backup data. Many health institutions are also planning to move mission-critical applications and databases to the cloud. We...
Ergonomics and Computing Devices
Ergonomics and Computing Devices
Many employees now spend long hours at a computer, and even frontline healthcare works are frequently interacting with computers - perhaps bending and crouching to lookup information on displays. Some...
Integrating with Electronic Health Records (EHR) Systems
Integrating with Electronic Health Records (EHR) Systems
EHR systems are the foundation to a secure medical infrastructure. Optimizing these systems involves assessing staff needs to ensure that clinicians have devices that seamlessly integrate with their...
Get More Out of Your Microsoft 365 Deployment
Get More Out of Your Microsoft 365 Deployment
Cloud-based productivity suites such as Microsoft 365 help healthcare IT enable seamless collaboration across teams, devices and platforms, while maintaining compliance with privacy and security...
Optimizing your Device Management Strategy
Optimizing your Device Management Strategy
IT departments at healthcare organizations are managing an increasing number of endpoint devices while maintaining regulatory compliance, policy enforcement and protected health information (PHI)...
Industry Advisory: Healthcare – Why Lenovo
Industry Advisory: Healthcare – Why Lenovo
We have helped thousands of healthcare organizations just like yours unlock the power of IT. Our workforce-enabling technology and operations-boosting services help align IT strategy with patient care...