With the unexpected outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals are needing to expand their healthcare facilities swiftly and efficiently to deal with the influx of impacted patients. To ensure proper medical care is administered within these surge facilities, hospitals require these facilities to be securely connected back to the main hospital infrastructure to engage with doctors, medical staff, medical records, and make calls by leveraging the hospital’s existing security policies. Cisco, Panduit and Honeywell understands the need of the hour and created a packaged IT infrastructure kit for healthcare needs.
Cisco infrastructure provides next-generation switching, wireless, and routing on an intent-based foundation so that, across your healthcare facility, you can provide the consistency and quality that your patients and clinicians need.
This network infrastructure enables facilities and equipment monitoring, network optimization, and more. For clinical
communications, Cisco’s comprehensive collaboration architecture unifies communication for your patients, providers,
and staff to connect seamlessly and securely--anytime, anywhere.
Cisco’s Physical, Virtual and Cloud Network Infrastructure
Honeywell’s Converged Devices
“With a single rugged and disinfectant ready Honeywell Mobile, you can rapidly scan barcodes on patient wristbands, communicate with care teams via voice and text, manage and respond to alarms, interacts with your EMR, update patient records and even manage other medical devices. Honeywell Mobile is an all-purpose tool for healthcare professionals that simplifies, streamlines, and helps error-proof healthcare delivery. It’s also an Android Enterprise Recommended device, with enhanced full-shift battery life, easy to deploy and supports upgrades up to Anrdoid R.”
More Meaningful Connections with Panduit
Panduit solutions simplify integration of the physical infrastructure to the IP-based building systems, helping to reduce errors and lower costs — and ultimately improve patient satisfaction. Healthcare providers can leverage a connected building that enables their facilities to support medical advances and patient services
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