Clinical Network Solutions

GE Healthcare’s comprehensive Clinical Network Solutions help support all of your clinical network needs, from start to finish.

Your patient data is priceless, so investing in your network to help ensure it is protected is crucial. You need a proven partner that knows your GE Healthcare devices, workflow and data integration to support your clinical network needs.

GE Healthcare’s Clinical Network Services provide a comprehensive, on-premise solution to help manage your clinical network and ensure the secure transfer, processing, and display of real-time patient data. Paired with our remote monitoring application, you can monitor your clinical network and send proactive alerts for potential failures on-the-go to minimize network downtime and avoid disruptions to patient care.

  • Getting patient data where it needs to be – safely and securely

    Our extensive offerings include:

    • Onsite assessment and equipment planning
    • Network design
    • Installation
    • Troubleshooting and reconfiguration
    • HL7® integration
    • Education
    • Consultative services
    • Parts, accessories, and hardware
  • Your patient monitoring network is often overlooked, until it goes down.

    GE Healthcare’s Network Service Contracts can help enhance the stability of your patient monitoring network to help get your patient data to where it needs to be – safely and securely. We offer:

    • Flexible and scalable solutions to network problems
    • Ongoing assessments of your network and hardware components
    • Planned and corrective maintenance
    • Remote and on-site technical support
  • Proactively analyze your clinical network.

    GE Healthcare’s Clinical Network Management Application (CNMA) proactively monitors the patient monitoring network, safely and securely, providing:

    • Proactive alert notifications
    • Turnkey hardware installation and server updates
    • Planned maintenance by GE Healthcare network experts

Your guide to best practices for managing patient monitoring networks.

In this white paper from global research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan, you will receive real-world examples and advice on managing your patient monitoring network from a think tank of experts in biomedical management.

TOPICS:

  • Network connectivity as the key to operational success
  • Network failure’s effects on patient safety
  • Common causes of network failures
  • Interdepartmental communication
  • Proactive network management

Learn more about how you can craft a management strategy for your patient monitoring network.