How to choose the right computer and device mounting solutions for healthcare

to benefit staff, patients and operations


PART 1: Integrating technology into healthcare

Facing new challenges and opportunities

Healthcare organizations are at the intersection of opportunity and challenge. Innovations in information technology drive unparalleled opportunities to improve caregiver performance and enhance patient care and engagement. One of the fundamental components to ensuring a smooth transition to HIT—or improving on an existing HIT infrastructure—is the selection of computer and device mounting equipment. READ ARTICLE

PART 2: Comparing mounting arms to other options

Make the best choice

In the fast-paced environment of healthcare, there’s no time to waste and no room for error. The design of a facility, with its fixed and moveable components, can have a significant impact on the health and safety of employees, patients, and families. Given their ready access, durability and slim design, mounting arms are a reliable partner in a landscape that offers little predictability. READ ARTICLE

PART 3: Choosing a mounting solutions company

Ask the right questions

Computer mounting solutions are a critical component of HIT infrastructure. To get the most from this investment, the mounting solutions must be demonstrably reliable, durable and backed by prompt attention to service requests. This begins with selecting solutions providers who understand healthcare—both its operations and its challenges. They should offer solutions, not products, and recognize that mounting arms are not just a tool, but an extension of patient care. READ ARTICLE

PART 4: Selecting computer and device mounts

Match caregiver needs to hardware functionality

Selecting the right mounting solution takes time and research. It’s not a decision to be made overnight. Making the wrong choice can drive up costs through expensive reinstalls, service interruptions and low staff adoption. Solutions should be matched to long-term objectives and goals, not just in terms of operational and safety needs—such as improved ergonomics—but also in terms of service delivery. READ ARTICLE