More and more medical and IT professionals are turning to medical computers with hot swap batteries to reduce costs and improve hampered workflow, particularly while using unpowered medical carts.

With a medical computer powered by hot swap batteries, medical staff can enjoy entire shifts without worrying about finding an outlet or running out of power.

However, not all medical computers with hot swap batteries are created equal. So what do you need to know?

This infographic sets out to answer questions about the value of medical computers with hot swap batteries, their cost effectiveness, and what to look for in hot-swap batteries to ensure their safety and reliability.

Why medical PCs with hot swap batteries are becoming popular in healthcare

Hot-swap batteries in EHR-ready medical computers let hospitals use existing non-powered carts & enjoy 16 hrs of uninterrupted uptime, maneuverability & safety.

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