Time constraints can be detrimental in the healthcare industry. Mobile, versatile and powerful devices help doctors, nurses, assistants and more access critical information on the go, streamline workflows, and improve overall patient and provider outcomes.
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Acer devices combine the productivity, security and flexibility of Chrome Enterprise with industry-leading virtualization solutions to help today’s healthcare teams deliver best-in-class care.
Healthcare breaches are continuing to shake up the industry. In 2020:
Maintain compliance and give employees ready access to medical information to
improve safety, efficiency and patient confidence.
Mobilize healthcare teams.
Ensure practitioners across every healthcare setting have easy and secure access to the apps and patient information they need.
From developing ongoing training documents to managing long-term tools, create custom apps to increase engagement via shared devices.
Reduce wait times.
When new shifts begin or new teammates are onboarded, ensure Chromebooks can be deployed and running in minutes. A 10-second boot time and friendly user interface makes this easy.
In-room entertainment and information
Devices placed in care settings enable patients to:
Add Acer Chrome devices to entry and exit points to:
Durable devices to be enjoyed by all
Built for the dynamic healthcare environment and designed to meet every patient need, Acer Chrome devices are:
Flexible device options work well as shared workstations or devices for mobile workers.
Everyone can seamlessly connect to Electronic Health Records (EHRs) with single sign-on and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solutions.
Inclusive, Acer Chrome devices enhance visual clarity with a built-in:
Over a three-year period, Chromebooks have been found to help:
In fact, deploying Chromebooks can provide annual savings of up to $482 per device, including acquisition and operational costs — and business uptime.
Since multiple workers can share one Chrome device (and access individual cloud profiles for more specific information thereafter), healthcare facilities could also find savings in investing in fewer devices.
HIPAA Journal. (2020). Healthcare Data Breach Report: 25% Increase in Breaches in 2020.
HIPAA. (n.d.) The Use of Technology and HIPAA Compliance.