Patient Monitoring & Treatment

Dedicated Computing is a strategic supplier for several of the leading healthcare original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Global OEMs rely on Dedicated Computing to deliver the compute systems needed to power the advanced applications of the patient monitoring and treatment market.

Powering Advanced Applications for the Patient Monitoring and Treatment Market

As the population ages, so does the need for monitoring and treatment of diseases, leading to increased growth in the industry. However, with increased regulation, accountability, and reimbursement issues, we understand the significant challenges our customers face in bringing products to market.

With increased competition, advancements like 3D mapping are also driving changes to the market. Success will be determined by the use of innovative products that improve quality and create efficiencies in the delivery of care.

By partnering with Dedicated Computing, you can stay focused on developing and enhancing your current technology, not on building hardware.

  • Reduce time to market. Our highly engineered and purpose-built systems are designed to meet the needs of the patient monitoring and treatment industry. Let our engineers focus on optimizing a hardware and software stack that is tailored for your application.
  • Avoid costly validation and verification. We work closely with our customers to reduce the complexity of product lifecycle management – component changes are planned to synchronize with your system updates, not with the IT market.
  • Improve system uptime. Proactive monitoring and management improves reliability and corrects potential failures before they become a reality, avoiding downtime and reducing security threats associated with software stack vulnerabilities.


Understanding Cloud Security for Healthcare

Analysts project billions of dollars of new revenue in the next few years as medical devices are connected through the cloud.

Many medical device manufacturers are concerned about cloud security for healthcare data. This paper helps manufacturers understand the security control standards relevant to protecting healthcare data so that they can make a more informed decision about moving to cloud services.

Read the White Paper