In partnership with T-Mobile and Ingram Micro, we’re thrilled to announce the first 5G hybrid network in a hospital setting. Learn how we’ve supported Boston Children’s Hospital as their technology consulting and systems integration partner to reimagine their clinical mobility strategies and create a more efficient virtual healthcare landscape.
This 5G hybrid network will help clinicians—using any device—securely access and analyze patient data and electronic medical records (EMR) across Boston Children’s multiple campus buildings as well as support potential at-home services in the future.
“It was important that have a scalable and nimble technology that we could grow with and that creates efficiencies,” explained Heather Nelson, senior vice president and CIO of Boston Children’s. “This new 5G network will also help us create an environment that is managed and monitored more securely.”
We invite you to read recently published articles that describe this unique partnership and outline the advantages of a 5G hybrid network as compared to Wi-Fi or a fully private 5G network:
T-Mobile: Healthcare’s First 5G Hybrid Network
Becker’s Hospital Review: Boston Children’s Hospital, T-Mobile ink deal on 1st hybrid 5G network
Modern Healthcare: Boston Children’s to add 5G network ahead of Epic EHR switch
Boston Business Journal: Boston Children’s becomes first hospital in US with 5G hybrid network, in 5-year deal