Hospitals today are awash with technology: for communication for people and asset tracking; for patient treatment and monitoring.

Trouble is, off the shelf, many of these products don’t talk to each other. So to gain maximum benefit and exploit synergies between them, hospitals must embark on costly custom integration projects.

It doesn’t have to be that way, and at the Queensland eHealth Expo in June the Customer Experience Centre demonstrated what is possible when vendors work with each other to integrate their respective products.

Read more at Healthcare IT News

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