Disaster Recovery Service Provider, Comport, Shares 4 Ways VDI Supports Patient Care
RAMSEY, N.J., Jan. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Comport, a leading disaster recovery service provider, recently held a discussion centered around the major ways in which a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) improves healthcare options for many patients. The proliferation of electronic medical records and increased operability between medical facilities requires that medical businesses stay involved with the most efficient administration and operations solutions.
Accessibility - Healthcare professionals can move between exam rooms and access different patient information, anywhere, anytime, without logging on and off of secure desktops.
Security - Sensitive information, such as medical data and records, are better protected when stored on a server rather than individual devices.
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) - VPNs allow users to securely access their desktop with a mobile device from remote nodes, great for traveling nurses, doctors, and at-home care professionals. In addition, no more taking physical files home!
Physician Productivity – In many cases, physicians spend time looking for charts, understanding patient updates and then they can visit a patient. VDI helps decrease the amt of time physicians spend on fact finding, thereby increasing the time spent at bedside.
If you want to learn more about VDI and its advantages in patient care, contact Comport's healthcare IT Team or visit our website for more information.
An award-winning trusted IT partner in business since 1982, Comport helps our customers achieve efficiencies needed to succeed in today's digital world. Our customers include leading enterprises in Hospitals and Healthcare, Financial Services, Manufacturing, Media, Retail, Law Firms and Universities. Comport has established our cloud brand, ComportSecure to help customers deal with new and emerging trends. ComportSecure DRaaS Solutions specializes in solutions in Cloud and Managed Services, Advanced IT Datacenters, and Mobility Security and Networking.
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