How EMR Software Upgrades Can Drive Computer Hardware Updates

The demand for computer capability has increased because of encroaching software complexity; we can no longer use clunky, old hardware to help our doctors and nurses complete an entire hospital shift. It's not just a matter of how slow a process might run on a medical computer, but rather if a…


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Here’s How Telehealth is Revolutionizing the Way We Practice Healthcare

Telehealth is a topic under heavy study because it's extremely effective at reducing time and streamlining processes for medical care. It's a complex umbrella term that addresses physician to patient interaction, how medical records are viewed and delivered, physician care and outreach, patient…


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3 Ways Healthcare Usage Dramatically Impacts Hardware Longevity

It's important for medical computers to operate 24/7 since healthcare is just as demanding. Internal components do not last forever, unfortunately, and demanding uptime for computers can seriously affect the longevity of hardware. According to an analysis by the Institute of Electrical and…


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What You Need to Look for in the Medical Cart You Purchase

You’d be hard pressed to find a medical facility that doesn’t employ an extensive use of medical carts. When they were initially designed, medical carts were immediately recognized by healthcare administrators as a tool that could profoundly affect the management of the personnel workflow and…


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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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