For a healthcare organization's business and IT operations, technology transformation can improve the bottom line. Maximize efficiency, reduce waste, and keep costs down. Boost staff productivity and automate your network.
Our digital network and data center solutions, combined with collaboration, help you improve workplace efficiencies.
Make it easier and more cost-effective for staff to share information, collaborate remotely, and participate in training.
Accelerate and simplify network management so you can respond dynamically to today's digital requirements.
Turn data into contextual, actionable, and predictive insights to help you solve problems in real time.
Reduce risk. Quickly detect attacks to help protect patients, critical medical systems, and sensitive data.
"Our Cisco network brings it all together. Having a solid platform for digital healthcare is vital. We're able to work more efficiently, flexibly, and securely, and deliver better outcomes and quality of care to our patients."Glen Kearns, Vice President of Diagnostic Services and CIO, London Health Sciences Centre
Simplify meetings and trainings with solutions that bring teams together. Provide face-to-face interaction through video collaboration for staff anywhere, anytime, on any device.
Cisco has been working with HIMSS Analytics to inform the development of Infrastructure Adoption Model (INFRAM), a new standard for measuring adoption of hospital infrastructure technology. INFRAM helps healthcare leaders assess and map the technology capabilities required to reach their facility's clinical and operational goals--and to meet international benchmarks and standards.
Using INFRAM, healthcare provider organizations can help improve care delivery, reduce cybersecurity and infrastructure risk, and create a pathway for infrastructure development tied to business and clinical outcomes.
Patient care moves quickly – you need fast, efficient and effective data center strategies.
To securely support the growth of IoT devices, the right infrastructure is vital.