Empower Clinicians with Integrated Communication
Embrace a Collaborative Patient Care Platform.
Technology has advanced to the point where healthcare organizations can use it as a vital tool in modernizing operations and future-proofing patient care. Key to quality care is seamless collaboration for care teams and patients — via communication that is secure, mobile and intuitive.
Adopting a next-generation clinical collaboration platform allows providers to foster more timely and efficient connections, while at the same time laying the groundwork for the eventual successful utilization of other advanced technologies such as telehealth and the Internet of Things.
Benefits of Clinical Collaboration
- Improved care
- Reduced hospital stays
- Fewer readmissions
- Reduced costs
- Improved communication
- Improved morale of clinical staff
- Improved clinical productivity and efficiency
Greatest Deployment Challenges
- Infrastructure optimization
- Ease of use
SOLUTIONS AND SERVICES FOR EVERY STAGE OF THE M&A PROCESS
Merging with, acquiring or divesting a financial institution or fintech company requires intricate planning and technological acumen. You need the right IT solutions and experienced experts who can help create a smart strategy and/or provide services that help ease the workload.
- Network modernization
- Wireless networking
- Switches, routers and controllers
- Next-gen firewalls and endpoint security
- Encryption software
- Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB)
- CDW Threat Check
- Security Assessments
Mobile Device Management
- Configuration and activation
- Procurement and provisioning
- Device as a Service (DaaS)
- Mobile devices
- CDW Clinical Mobility Workshop
- Video communications
Learn how CDW can help your healthcare organization achieve a comprehensive clinical collaboration solution.
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