Computer technology is used to facilitate the delivery of critical healthcare services via applications as diverse as patient imaging, patient monitoring, and the diagnostic services provided by the clinical laboratory. While each of these applications is unique, all share a mutual level of criticality with regard to their dependence on a clean, stable, and reliable supply of electrical power. When selecting an uninterruptible power supply for use with sophisticated healthcare systems, it is important to consider and understand how the UPS may benefit the application in terms of improved patient safety, higher process quality, or greater system reliability.
Join our panel of experts as we take a look at the most recent market studies on UPS use in healthcare. We will take an in-depth look at how one supplier of medical imaging systems evaluated a variety of UPS solutions before selecting the one that was most appropriate for their application. Share your experiences with our presenters during our live Q&A.
, Program Manager, Power Supplies & Batteries, Frost & Sullivan
All healthcare facilities are required by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) to have an alternate source of electrical power... More »
Robert A. Fabrizio
, Product Manager, Digital X-ray, FUJIFILM Medical Systems USA
It’s easy to establish cause and effect when the power goes out and a computer-based medical system crashes. But power outages... More »
James E. Ference, Healthcare Market Manager, POWERVAR Inc
Many companies fail to properly protect themselves from power related system crashes. Inadequate customer education on the part ... More »