Need help? Talk to a specialist: 630.543.3747

healthcare it

Why the Promise of Wearable Technology Lies in the Data

Update 11/19: It’s been interesting to see that since we published this piece, a sense persists that tech companies are more interested in developing wearables than consumers are in buying them. This recent article from The Economist has an interesting take, arguing that the challenge for wearables...

Read More

Resources for Hospital IT Supervisors

Healthcare IT is at the forefront of medical development these days. In previous editions of Dickson Insights and on our blog, we’ve outlined top twitter accounts, best websites and links, and other resources meant to help out those in the Healthcare IT landscape that is constantly changing...

Read More

A Data Logger and Temperature Monitor for Your Server Room

Last month in Dickson Insights, our feature story focused on server room and data center temperature. We outlined an issue that happened at Yale University, and talked through the different temperature and humidity nuances that a data center provides. What we did not touch on, were the benefits...

Read More

How Server Room Temperature Monitoring Prevents Data Loss

Ivy League Failures

Read More

4 Advantages To Hiring The Best IT People In Your Hospital

When we work with a hospital on installing any of our products, the bigger projects always involve the hospital’s IT team. Thus, we’ve talked with hospital IT professionals off and on for about 90 years, and increasingly in the last two years, with the creation of DicksonOne. Whenever we talk...

Read More

7 Reasons You Should Volunteer To Help Your Hospital's IT Team

Your Hospital IT Team needs your help. We aren’t talking to the civilians of the healthcare world, or to Computer Science students seeking out summer internships. We are speaking to the people working in the hospital, who already have way, way, way too much to get done. However, after these...

Read More

The Healthcare IT World: 3 Keys For 2015

1. Patient Monitoring

Remote patient monitoring seems a little creepy, and a little far-fetched. To treat symptoms, doctors and nurses have to actually see the symptoms, right? For now, right. But once a patient has been diagnosed, remote monitoring can kick in. Especially if a patient is out of...

Read More

Wearable Medical Technology: An Overview on December 20, 2014

FitBit, Apple Watch, Google Glass. Remember the good old days when insulin pumps were a hot new thing? Well they aren't anymore, but wearable medical devices are in fact the hot new thing, to the tune of an upstart industry that is now hundreds upon hundreds of millions of dollars. Consider this...

Read More

7 Tools That Hospitals Use To Monitor Patients

We build devices that monitor temperature, humidity, and water pressure. This much you probably know. But, we are interested any and all monitoring, sensing, and data collection, specifically to the industries that we serve. Hospitals use our temperature data loggers to keep track of vaccine...

Read More

7 Healthcare IT Twitter Accounts You Should Follow ASAP

Who are the best people in the Healthcare Industry to follow on twitter? Well if you are looking for quality sources of news and analysis, these 7 people and organizations are your best bet.

 

Read More