More automation is being implemented because of the great resignation, but will technology prevent employees from applying to new jobs?
Through strained supply chains and operating at maximum capacity, real-time locating systems were able to increase efficiency, safety and profitability within healthcare facilities.
Increasing automation within organizations can help employees reduce the number of repetitive tasks they have to do throughout the day.
The first of its kind app provides visitor and patients with turn-by-turn navigation around the hospital’s campus.
Vendor Management Systems help maintain staffing, allowing for more informed hiring decisions within healthcare facilities.
Ohio debut marks third rollout in effort to replace 30-year-old software that tracks and stores patient data.
The demand for patient information management, stock keeping and appointment scheduling is contributing to the burgeoning adoption of solutions.
There is a data readiness crisis that is brewing within the healthcare industry.
Nearly 1 million patient records were breached in March.
Lighting has evolved over the last decade, but now UV-C has proven to be an essential tool within healthcare facilities.
While healthcare facilities managers are making the right moves to better protect patient data, employee behaviors could risk exposure.
CoxHealth hospitals’ security guards have started to wear body cams to help monitor workplace violence.
By not regularly updating software systems, healthcare facilities could be putting their patients at risk.
Facility managers are now up to the impossible task of deciding when aging infrastructure needs to be updated, but how does technology play a role?
There has been an uptick of cyberattacks against hospitals and other healthcare facilities, putting patients at risk.
Manufacturers discuss the impacts and challenges of new technology on facilities
Technology manufacturers discuss what trends to look out for in the coming years.
The guide aims to help identify risks associated with remote patient monitoring architecture.
New technology aims to improve the quality of patient care, but many patients are wary to try new products without seeing previous results.
As hospitals and other healthcare facilities invest in new technologies, it is essential that managers stay on top of cybersecurity.
With more software and technology being implemented into healthcare facilities, many wonder how the industry will change.
Emerging technologies is playing a key role in the growth of the healthcare facilities management market.
Labor shortage has become a top concern for healthcare executives as workers are quitting in large numbers.
Funds increase access and quality for underserved populations through virtual care, such as telehealth and remote patient monitoring.
More consumer electronics are being used in senior care facilities to help residents stay connected.
More healthcare facilities are looking to add 3D-printing services within their operations.
While emerging technologies add value to healthcare facilities, top executives are concerned about patient data.
HHS suggests that healthcare facilities take the following steps to reduce attack surface areas to the greatest extent possible.
Managers can expect augmented reality, artificial intelligence, virtual reality and virtual beds to reshape healthcare.