Since 2006, University of Colorado Hospital, a leader in using technology to improve patient outcomes while reducing the costs of healthcare, has been rolling out Wyse thin clients running the Windows XP Embedded operating system. Hospital workers use more than 500 of these advanced devices to access health IT data quickly and securely with a familiar and easy-to-use interface. The thin clients save money by reducing energy consumption and system failures.
Internationally renowned University of Colorado Hospital, with 389 beds and more than 4,000 employees, aimed to improve patient outcomes, reduce costs and improve data access to electronic health records.
University of Colorado Hospital deployed more than 500 thin clients—available at the bedside and throughout the hospital—built on Windows Embedded and Citrix XenApp application virtualization.
University of Colorado Hospital realized a maintenance-cost reduction due to reliable hardware, and a $25,000 savings in energy costs per year. The new solution offers compatibility with existing peripheral devices and increased security through managed access.
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