Network Infrastructure

Ransomware and medical devices: How behavior analytics can protect patients
By William Scandrett 04:51 pm August 16, 2019
Medical devices must be managed from a security perspective, but also from an operational perspective. Using analytics to establish behavior baselines helps support risk assessments, find malfunctions and enhance staff productivity.
By John Donohue 11:33 am July 24, 2019
As use cases for healthcare video technology get more diverse, its best to take a full lifecycle approach that's managed centrally with standardized capabilities, says John Donohue, Penn Medicine's associate VP for enterprise infrastructure services.
By Sue Schade 10:43 am September 25, 2017
Leveraging tools to create an efficient workflow means keeping up with the latest software.
prepare for cyberattacks during a public health crisis
By Nitin Natarajan 10:59 am August 22, 2017
Whether because of a nefarious manmade or natural disaster, hospital IT shops often find themselves strapped during a crisis. The government and private sector have already developed considerable resources to help. Here’s a look at those.
By John Donohue 06:12 am July 24, 2017
Penn Medicine Associate CIO John Donohue outlines IaaS upsides and looks at the emergence of a new option, XaaS, as in Anything as a Service.
By Sue Schade 12:47 pm July 23, 2017
Former Ascension Health CIO Kathy Ross takes the IT reins.
By Mike Restuccia 02:27 am May 30, 2017
An electronic medical record implementation requires accuracy and precision. And making that happen demands a variety of skillsets, professional backgrounds and expertise. Here’s what worked for Penn Medicine. 
By Sue Schade 06:54 am May 09, 2017
Customer service, account management and long-term value for the investment are among the key points in developing a good vendor relationship.
big data reduce medical errors
By David Higginson 08:24 am January 17, 2017
David Higginson explains how tapping into big data enabled it to reduce dosing mistakes among pediatric patients. 
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 06:43 pm January 09, 2017
Most medical things exhibited at CES 2017 are connected devices with apps that collect, analyze, and feedback data and information to users (patients, consumers, caregivers) and health/care providers (physicians, nurses, care coaches, and others who support people in self-care).

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