November 3, 2010 - Budget, security and availability are top concerns for IT health care according to a new study. The survey from Emerson Network Power on IT and facility issues inside hospitals reported shrinking IT budgets and rising demand for computing capacity.

“There’s been an IT explosion,” says Dan Draper, industry marketing manager, Liebert Products, Emerson Network Power. “New medical devices are now Web connected. There’s a big move toward electronic medical records, along with digital imaging, VoIP and wireless technology. These technologies bring the data directly to the doctor and the patient.”

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