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Healthcare organizations primary focus is improving and delivering high-quality patient care while increasing and reducing costs. Their network and communications infrastructure must be clinical grade – meaning 7x24, 365 days’ uptime while maintaining security and segmentation for HIPAA compliance and financial transaction requirements. Many healthcare facilities also need to extend their voice and data platforms across campus environments and to many remote locations.

STEPCG assists healthcare organizations update and transition from their legacy systems and consolidate and simplify their infrastructures. Reliability, speed and ease of use are critical, allowing healthcare organizations the ability to embrace new technology solutions that improve the delivery of healthcare.

Our Solutions

The STEPCG Team combines highly certified engineering, proven real-world expertise and a broad range of technology partners to put together a comprehensive plan and strategy for your particular needs – from clinical applications to data center to cloud – private, public and hybrid solutions.

STEP CG’s healthcare solutions focus on

Improving Access at the Point of Care Optimize access to clinical applications via robust wireless networks, virtual desktops, single sign-on, and mobility solutions.

Enhanced Communication and Collaboration Integration of Unified Communications with clinical applications and nurse call workflow improve patient experience and safety with enhanced communications such as: patient monitoring, critical alerts, messaging, and staff communication.

Providing Secure and Reliable Access to Information Redundant, secure access to patient information is mission-critical. Multi-tenancy and segmentation of PCI, HIPAA traffic as well as radiology, imaging and EMR is a requirement of today’s clinical grade healthcare environment. Networks have to be up 7x24x365 as lives are at stake.

Enabling Business and Development Telemedicine Solutions Telemedicine and business video is a critical part of today’s healthcare practice. Desktop and room HD video for staff education and business conferencing for increased productivity and reduced travel costs. Telemedicine for collaboration of clinicians, care givers, and patients improve timeliness of patient interactions when hands-on care is not needed or has to be remote.


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