Eying MR downtime and efficiency with remote monitoring

Eying MR downtime and efficiency with remote monitoring

por John R. Fischer, Senior Reporter | October 21, 2019
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From the October 2019 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine


In addition, remote monitoring should complement the operations of the provider and be negotiated and carried out in ways that best support the individual needs of the site.

“We tailor our proactive remote monitoring to our customer’s needs, augmenting their own capabilities. For some providers we support their biomed teams who do the manual labor and the services for themselves,” said Bense. “Providers can also buy proactive monitoring as a separate item with a support contract.”

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It also must be “completely transparent” to the MR system, according to Mogatadakala. “It shall strictly perform like a simple data acquisition system and its failure shall not have any impact on the performance of the MR system.”

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