Financial pressures, new ways of working, and the focus on value-based care are fueling the rapid consolidation of healthcare enterprises. At the same time, regulatory standards are becoming stricter around the world. This poses challenges for healthcare IT staff who are responsible for the uptime and quality of a hospital’s medical display fleet, in an increasingly complex environment.
There are a few best practices to help IT professionals and QA administrators with the increasing complexity of managing the compliance of a healthcare enterprise’s dispersed display fleet.
- Sensor-based image consistency and calibration
It is important to invest in medical displays with integrated technology to maintain image consistency over time, including automated calibration and self-QA.
- Central & remote management
Through central management and monitoring, you can track your entire display fleet, even those at remote facilities, and ensure maximum availability of all workstations with minimum effort.
- Online capabilities
A web-based solution will help you manage QC tests, generate needed reports and prepare for audits.
- Auto-healing & reporting
Fast issue identification should help you to undertake all necessary corrective actions. Reports, such as activity and compliance reports should be easy to pull from the system.