Strategic Venue Partners is pleased be a member of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives Foundation (CHIME Foundation), an affiliate of College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME). As a CHIME Foundation member firm, SVP plays a vital role in CHIME’s continuing education efforts and have opportunities to interact with leading healthcare executives and thought leaders. Read more about our CHIME member status.
Healthcare CIOs face several challenges as they adapt to the changing landscape of patient care and medical technology.
The rise of mobile, telehealth and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, along with the introduction of 5G technology, is revolutionizing healthcare delivery – but these advancements come along with various obstacles that healthcare facilities must overcome to maximize operational efficiencies and enhance patient care.
Today’s hospitals require specialized in-building wireless systems for several crucial reasons, and can no longer rely solely on traditional Wi-Fi networks. Here’s a list of key reasons why in-building wireless systems are essential in today’s hospital environments
Public Safety DAS systems consist of a network of antennas, signal boosters and amplifiers strategically placed throughout a building to amplify and extend radio signals from external public safety networks.
The specialized requirements and critical nature of healthcare services necessitate the use of in-building wireless systems, alongside traditional Wi-Fi networks, that healthcare CIOs can rely on. These systems ensure reliability, coverage, security and compliance, while also accommodating the unique needs of healthcare providers and patients.
SVP’s bespoke wireless infrastructure solutions play a crucial role in helping the healthcare industry overcome its challenges. By providing reliable, secure and scalable connectivity, SVP empowers healthcare facility CIOs to embrace digital transformations, enhance operational efficiencies and deliver better experiences for both staff and patients.