Our recent webinar entitled, “How Parkland Health & Hospital System Optimized OT Cyber Security,” highlighted the real world asset management and cyber security program development experiences of Travis Kobernick, Parkland’s Director of Clinical Engineering. Travis candidly shared Parkland’s challenges, how its first set of technology choices were made, and how integration priorities were determined and sequenced.
Parkland and First Health Advisory, its program development partner and a co-webinar host, have built a foundation that leverages a partner-led ecosystem. Their collaboration set the stage for Nuvolo and Medigate, the webinar’s other two co-hosts. Details of the integration between Nuvolo’s connected OT management workflows and Medigate’s clinical security analytics platform were covered via several Parkland-specific use-cases.
The webinar wrapped up with a discussion around how quickly health systems are moving to turn asset management and risk reduction practice into business value. Travis spoke about the value of the device utilization data now being captured and how “he sees HTM professionals uniquely positioned to add value to capital planning and procurement decision-making.” As specific examples, he shared how his team provided Parkland financial leadership “unprecedented insights informing C-Arm and infusion pump fleet utilization.”
Moderated by Nuvolo’s VP of Global Marketing, Ben Person, viewers of this webinar will find the content refreshing, as several practical anecdotes were covered. The experiences shared will help webinar viewers refine their thinking around the steps to connected asset security management maturity.
You can access this webinar by clicking here.