NIT also works with one of the country’s oldest and largest voluntary teaching hospitals.
Internationally acclaimed for excellence, Mount Sinai’s 1,171-bed tertiary-care teaching hospital with a medical staff of nearly 1,800 provides physicians who deliver the most advanced and compassionate inpatient and outpatient care.
We set up 150 workstations for them, all with special cabling requirements and supported the installation of their network infrastructure.
Hoboken University Medical Center (HUMC) has retained Network Infrastructure Technologies (NITHealth) to run its information technology system in an outsourcing agreement that grew out of the hospital’s recent acquisition by the City of Hoboken, N.J.
Under the two-year agreement, NITHealth will provide planning, infrastructure management, hardware and software upgrades, staffing, training and IT support for all hospital departments.
OBGYN Obstetrics and Gynecology, P.C. is an outpatient medical office that provides medical services to women. There are three locations in total, OBGYN been the largest with a client-server network that might not work at an optimum level.
When Urgent Medical Care, a healthcare facility located in Maywood, NJ specializing in cardiology, decided to relocate to Hackensack, NJ, the organization needed a reliable and affordable partner to design and install its IT infrastructure. Urgent Medical Care was confident NITConnect would be able to do so given its specialized expertise in the healthcare industry.
At a time when every industry is feeling the pinch and cutting costs, maintaining quality and efficiency becomes more difficult. To tackle these challenges organizations are embracing automation as a means to streamline daily business processes.
Hoboken University Medical Center (HUMC) engaged NITConnect to convert its timekeeping process from a manual system to an automated, paperless system known as, Kronos. Kronos is a biometric technology that delivers cost-effective quality care by controlling time and attendance in work environments.
As an already functioning unit at HUMC since 2006, the NITConnect team at the hospital facilitated the implementation of 212 12 – 20” LG LCD televisions, provided by TVR Communications, one of the largest providers of interactive patient education and entertainment products and services.
In Fall of 2008, The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) launched an incentive program to encourage the adoption of electronic health records systems by small to mid-size physicians’ practices that serve Medicare beneficiaries. As organizations governed by CMS look to provide high quality medical care to patients with modern operations, there will be a swift shift to electronic record-keeping throughout 2009.
For over 30 years, Edison Imaging Associates has led the way in providing the medical communities of central New Jersey with a full range of imaging services, utilizing the latest, most advanced technologies. Despite providing cutting-edge medical care, Edison Imaging’s network infrastructure across its five locations was lagging behind.