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Transforming Clinical Asset Ecosystem: A Case Study of Parkland Health

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 Transforming Clinical Asset Ecosystem: A Case Study of Parkland Health - IoT ONE Case Study
Technology Category
  • Functional Applications - Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)
  • Platform as a Service (PaaS) - Device Management Platforms
Applicable Industries
  • Electronics
  • National Security & Defense
Applicable Functions
  • Maintenance
  • Procurement
Use Cases
  • Cybersecurity
  • Tamper Detection
  • Cybersecurity Services
  • System Integration
The Challenge
Parkland Health, a renowned healthcare institution, was facing several challenges in managing its clinical asset ecosystem. The existing data validity was not meeting the requirements of the Clinical Engineering (CE) and Information Security (IS) teams. The existing workflows were not aligned with the strategic vision of the leadership. The institution was unable to dynamically update their computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), which was crucial for efficient asset management. There were significant change-management hurdles between isolated teams, which were hindering the smooth execution of projects. Moreover, Parkland had allocated an insufficient budget to maintain project momentum and meet all expected outcomes.
The Customer

Parkland Health

About The Customer
Parkland Health is a highly recognized healthcare institution, known for its excellence in various healthcare domains. It has been awarded as one of the nation’s “Most Wired™ Hospitals.” The institution is known for its innovative approach towards healthcare delivery and has been leading various projects aimed at transforming their connected asset management practices. The leadership of the Clinical Engineering (CE) department at Parkland Health has been instrumental in driving these changes, with a focus on integrating and data-driven approach to asset and cybersecurity risk management.
The Solution
Parkland Health selected Medigate as their Healthcare IoT security and data partner after a thorough evaluation. They deployed Medigate’s Core Visibility, Insights, and Anomaly Detection platform and enabled their Clinical Device Efficiency module. This solution provided a dynamic interconnection with their CMMS system, enabling an active record of truth. Advanced use-cases became achievable, allowing Parkland to accelerate its implementation timelines. The integration with their CMMS and cybersecurity tools improved overall device security. Through more efficient utilization of clinical and radiological devices, Parkland was able to avoid large-scale capital expenditures.
Operational Impact
  • The implementation of Medigate’s platform transformed the operational efficiency and security at Parkland Health. With accurate data, the institution could make better assessments of device needs and capital expenditures. The enhanced data empowered their existing security stack to operate more effectively. The teams gained knowledge of device attributes, security posture, and network status, which improved overall productivity. The asset utilization data also improved supplier negotiations, maintenance, and capital planning processes.
Quantitative Benefit
  • Parkland saved millions of dollars through efficient device utilization.
  • Avoided large-scale capital expenditures through more efficient utilization of clinical and radiological devices.
  • Accelerated implementation timelines through the use of advanced use-cases.

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