The HSHS hospital system was running legacy software and had made a system-wide decision to upgrade their EMR software to Epic. The transition provided HSHS with an opportunity to upgrade their Operating Rooms as well, specifically with regards to their anesthesia machines. Previously, there was no live charting by anesthesiologists during surgical procedures, which was much more labor intensive for their anesthesiologists and also meant all data needed to be manually entered into patient records. The move to Epic meant the implementation of Epic’s anesthesia application alleviated these two issues. HSHS needed to find computers that were compliant with Epic anesthesia requirements, had the processing power to run all necessary applications, and could withstand the day to day cleaning and disinfecting necessary to prevent the spread of germs and disease. Lastly, they needed a solution that could be easily mounted and integrated with their anesthesiology machines to reduce clutter.