Meeting the Urgent Need to Make Hospitals Truly Smart

The healthcare technology opportunity is growing at a rapid pace, as smart hospital solutions are no longer a luxury, but a necessity. Hospitals and medical centers are looking for experts who can enable truly data-driven image portability, telehealth, and medical device security solutions. Watch our video to learn how solution integrators can tap into the growing market for smart healthcare technology.

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Global health risks and changing work styles have altered the healthcare technology landscape. Chronic staff shortages and limited clinical resources mean hospitals have to do more with less. And on the patient side, the demand for transparent, seamless digital-to-physical healthcare experiences is on the rise.

For hospitals and health providers, ongoing digital transformation has led to an unprecedented rise in security threats. Unprotected endpoints have created a growing attack surface both inside and outside the hospital. And healthcare providers are scrambling to keep new medical devices from being attacked. 

To the Rescue: Connected Healthcare Solutions

The data coming from the healthcare industry outlines the expectations and the urgent need for smart solutions and medical device security: 

Take Control of End-to-End Data

To fully benefit from the opportunities in the healthcare industry, solution integrators need to know where to start with digital transformation. 

Watch this short video to learn how Intel® and its ecosystem of partners can provide the right smart hospital approach. See how solution integrators can play a role in helping hospitals take control of end-to-end data in three key areas: data-driven telehealth, highly portable medical imaging, and end-to-end device security. 

Plus, find out about the tools and architectures you need to succeed in building smart hospital solutions, including the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ Toolkit, Intel® Smart Edge, Intel® Collaboration Suite for WebRTC, and more. 

 

 

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