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November 9, 2022

What Could You Do with More Connected Data?

by Christopher Cage

Medical device integration (MDI) technology is at the heart of liberating data from disparate medical devices, aggregating and analyzing the data, and sharing insights – in context to the patient – with the care team.

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September 22, 2022

Digital Certificates Help Protect Healthcare Data from Cyberattack

by Christophe Dore

It’s important for healthcare organizations to consider which type of digital certificate will work best and be the most manageable to keep sensitive information safe.

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June 15, 2022

Going Beyond the Firewall: How to Prepare and Plan for a Cyberattack

by Christophe Dore

Secure enterprise systems and frequently tested cybersecurity incident response plans can help healthcare providers minimize the impact of inevitable cyberattacks.

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May 19, 2022

How Surveillance-Level Data Monitoring Supports Safer Care in Hospitals Despite Staffing Challenges

by John R. Zaleski

Having access to live, streaming, surveillance-level data better prepares medical response teams to deliver care and possibly prevent emergencies in the first place.

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March 16, 2022

Patient Monitoring vs. Clinical Surveillance: There are Differences

by John R. Zaleski

Patient monitoring and clinical surveillance, though related, are different. Clinical surveillance uses the results of monitoring to recognize changes in the patient’s clinical status, interpret the potential clinical implications of these changes, and to help clinicians decide if further actions are required.

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February 2, 2022

How Holistic Data Helps Protect Patients and Enhance Clinician Experience

by Cathleen Olguin

Medical device integration (MDI) solutions can deliver the data and insight at and away from the bedside to support patient monitoring in all clinical environments.

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