How to Select the Right Medical Cart for Your Facility

Medical carts are the most frequently used equipment in hospitals and healthcare units. When purchasing medical carts for your facility, there are a number of things you’ll want to consider to ensure that the purchase is suitable for your medical staff, as well as patients. Ergonomics Clunky…


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Cybernet Fuels the Medical Computer Touch Screen Revolution

Why a number of health facilities chose a Cybernet solution Obtaining and using computer equipment has always been a challenge for health care facilities, such as hospitals, laboratories and clinics. First, there's the issue of limited space. These facilities simply do not have room for large and…


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Tablet Use Increasing in Health Care Industry

When doctors and nurses started bringing their own tablet computers to work three or four years ago, it was a sign that times were changing. Although the health care industry has lagged behind other industries in the adoption of tablet computers in the workplace, they are catching up rapidly.…


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Defining Computer Reliability

Computer reliability in its simplest terms means whether the computer will be available when you need it. There are various ways to measure or assess reliability: MTBF, historical data, and testimonials from customers. Computer manufacturers may do formalized testing during the development or…


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How Hospitals Use Computers Today

Traditionally lagging other industries, health care facilities such as hospitals are finally starting to catch up in computer use. For decades, computers were relegated to back-office administrative functions in hospitals, or as peripheral PCs to high-end imaging and radiology systems. Along came…


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