Like other medical institutions, RBMC must control costs while maintaining the highest levels of patient care, safety, and privacy as required by HIPAA.
As the technology needs of the medical staff grew and rapid access to applications increased, RBMC began to outgrow its technology solution.
RBMC has now re-worked its computing infrastructure, resulting in better stability and security, increased end user productivity and satisfaction, and simplified management.
Among the most significant challenges facing RBMC inefficiencies resulting from configurability issues with Windows CE on the PCs.
Every week, RBMC spent several hours fixing corrupted user profiles.
When RBMC decided to upgrade its solution, its main goals were simplification, consistency among systems, and improved security.
RBMC liked the compact footprint of the Wyse virtual clients, the space savings afforded by being able to affix the devices onto walls, as well as the ease with which it could add wireless capacity to its mobile devices and the number and variety of ports available.
RBMC has deployed approximately 300 Wyse V90LE virtual clients running Microsoft XP Embedded (XPe) on Citrix XenApp servers.
Opening later this year, the Human Motion Institute at RBMC will develop a comprehensive program for the patient's entire episode of orthopedic care, including prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries.
RBMC is also one of less than two percent of hospitals nationally to achieve re-designation as a Magnet Hospital, recognizing nursing excellence, and has been the recipient of a New Jersey Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield patient care quality award for the past three years.