Setting a pace toward improved productivity
The records and results of hundreds of thousand of patients must be both safe-guarded for privacy purposes and instantaneously accessible when life and death decisions dictate demand. With growing volumes of data and BYOA, your technology can complicate or compromise patient care if not handled responsibly.
For healthcare organizations, keeping pace with security, compliance, patient care, and your bottom line is more than a simple matter of upgrading and layering new technology on top of old. It’s a matter of simplifying, unifying, virtualizing, analyzing, managing and collaborating.
The GDT Solution
A GDT Healthcare Technology Assessment takes a look at the current state of a healthcare organization’s IT infrastructures and considers the advanced services and architectures needed to take them where they want to go. The GDT assessment incorporates the expertise of GDT architects and engineers with healthcare design and implementation experience across multi-vendor platforms and services.
Our teams meet both industry standards and client specifications and provide complete Engineer Furnish & Install (EF&I) services that reduce risk and costs and improve your bottom line.
Analytics | Analysis of collected information enables faster reactions, smarter decisions, and provides insights into patterns that improve management and operational control while boosting productivity and a businesses’ bottom line.
Collaboration and Communication | Whether live or video, “face-to-face” conferencing increases operational efficiency, improves clinical knowledge and productivity, and facilitates telemedicine that enables health care from a distance.
Data Center and Network | Process redesign and the simplification and unification of storage and network infrastructures lowers equipment CapEx as well as OpEx through reduced need for real estate and power consumption.
Internet of Things | Connecting operations, people and physical objects across medical campuses, across the globe, and to the Internet grants insights, improves efficiency and organizes complexity inherent in the physical and virtual world of healthcare.
Mobility and Analytics | A healthcare organization must be as mobile as its customers, staff and equipment in order to improve workflow, increase clinical and nonclinical productivity, and reduce medical and administration errors through mobile clinical support tools.
Orchestration and Virtualization | Increased agility and with up and down scalability allows fast access to apps and information, such as real-time medical records and test results.
Security and Compliance | Governance and security strategies reduce risks, improve cost efficiencies, and simplify compliance with industry regulations, such as HIPPA and Sarbanes-Oxley.
Managed Services | Done correctly and customized to the needs of healthcare, advanced solutions, managed services, and NOC and staffing support can mitigate the consequences and costs of downtime and delays and solve real-world problems that help organizations achieve their goals.
Smart Camera Analytics | With lower costs and drastically increased agility, edge computing allows the camera to perform analytics at the surface level, streaming data and communicating seamlessly, without the need for additional hardware of analytics processing.