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Technology Infrastructure Build Out


The implementation of an EMR involves the deployment of computer technology in all areas of the clinic and hospital.  There are too many technologies to list but the most visible and usable are the workstations in the exam room.  The placement of the computer (or laptop) is important when the physician is interacting with the patient.  Secure access to patient records could require the use of biometrics to ensure that only authorized people are allowed to see information.

 


The enterprise landscape requires;

  • Server deployment and optimizations analysis
  • Desktop / Laptop Standardized Deployment Platform
  • Monitoring and Performance Enhancement
  • Service Level Agreement  Controls
  • Communication vendor scheduling and testing
  • Disaster Recovery strategies including downtime operations
  • The use of wires and wireless devices require varying backbones to support their use
  • Guest portals add another infrastructure challenge
  • Medical device integration requires both hardware as well as software
  • Nursing station systems will include printers, computers, devices, wireless, and waiting room dashboards.
  • Outside of the clinic, a well-planned Wide Area Network will provide for future expansion options while keeping performance at their peak levels.
  • The data center requires a comprehensive plan for servers, storage, and backup.