Better connectivity is enabling hospitals to leverage new technologies, improve clinical outcomes, and drive patient and physician satisfaction.
In order for hospitals and health systems to prepare for 5G, they need to intelligently re-architect their current network infrastructure now to support the applications and uses cases that will leverage 5G in the future.
Although there’s a massive shortage of cybersecurity professionals, healthcare CISOs can take three steps to mitigate the shortage in their organizations.
5G holds much promise for healthcare organizations to support innovative clinical use cases and use of technologies, as well as to help deliver critical data where it’s needed. But in order to unlock the power of 5G, healthcare organizations need to address four areas as they build their 5G roadmap.
Enabling meaningful experiences across all touchpoints.
Blockchain credentialing for rapid deployment of virtual care.
The path to a 5G-enabled healthcare future.
A prescription for correcting cybersecurity “blind-spots.”
In healthcare, there’s likely been no more critical investment in technology they’ve had to make than in mobile engagement and the infrastructure required to support it.
5G is expected to become mainstream in 2020 and it is designed to support ultra-reliable, low-latency and massive data communications.