Advancement in AV technology happens so rapidly that many hospitals are often behind the curve when it comes to installing cutting edge HD cameras, medical grade monitors and recorders in the operating room. Hospitals are hesitant to implement these new AV technologies due to concerns over price and integration with current systems. Join Panasonic’s Mike […]
When it comes to HD displays that are used in the operating room, it’s important to understand that these monitors are vastly different from the HD televisions in our living rooms. Recently, I spoke with Healthcare Purchasing News to discuss considerations healthcare IT managers should make before acquiring and installing monitors in the operating room […]
This week marked the 7th Annual National Healthcare Information Technology (NHIT) Week, created in partnership with the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). NHIT Week included events across the U.S. and a conference series in Washington D.C., uniting key healthcare constituents such as non-profit organizations, healthcare facilities, vendors, congressional leaders, payers, biotech companies and […]
Next week the Panasonic healthcare team will be heading to Hollywood, Florida to join decision makers from major healthcare organizations, large hospitals, home health agencies, long term healthcare centers, and Veterans Affairs facilities, for the 2012 Healthcare Technology Symposium. For the past 6 years, Panasonic has hosted this event to bring healthcare professionals together in […]
In order to make this process more efficient, many manufacturers have implemented services and programs to help their customers more easily, and safely, recycle their used electronic devices. For Panasonic, an eco-friendly company striving to protect the environment worldwide, this type of e-cycling is engrained in their operations. Panasonic Toughbook mobile computers generally outlast their warranties, providing their owners with significant ROI and lower total cost of ownership (TCO) than with many other computers, so it only makes sense that the company would provide services to help organizations recycle, reuse, or donate their computers as they work to upgrade their systems.