Posts By Author: William Parkinson

About the Author

William Parkinson (Bill) is a Global Senior Director in the Enterprise Solutions group in Unisys and a Life Sciences and Healthcare industry expert. Bill brings in-depth understanding of the healthcare industry and is responsible for identifying and implementing strategic innovations within the Unisys Life Sciences and Healthcare industry.

Why Invest in a Consolidated Medical Device Management Solution?
Life Sciences and Healthcare

Delve into the different areas from which you can reap returns when you invest in a consolidated medical device management solution. It's a lot more than what you probably considered!

Posted by: on November 10th, 2017

Delivering Comfort, Safety, and Health in Nursing Homes with Integrated Technology
Life Sciences and Healthcare

New technologies are bringing fresh opportunities for nursing homes to improve comfort, safety, and health for their residents. Explore some of these possibilities in this blog.

Posted by: on August 21st, 2017

Planning Your Next Medical Device Purchase
Life Sciences and Healthcare

In the absence of systematic and data based procurement decisions, healthcare organizations often end up spending unwisely on medical devices. How do you use data effectively in a healthcare procurement scenario? What data is worth considering and what is not? Moreover, how do you make buying decisions inherent in the medical device ecosystem? Read on to find out.

Posted by: on August 14th, 2017

Is Your IT Ecosystem Safe? (Part 2)
Life Sciences and Healthcare

Not enough attention is typically given to securing the IT networks of healthcare facilities, including medical devices. The recent WannaCry and Petya malware attacks were a painful reminder of this fact. Now that the healthcare fraternity has woken up to the need for securing their IT networks, including medical devices, let’s look at some best practices.

Posted by: on July 21st, 2017

Is Your IT Ecosystem Safe?
Life Sciences and Healthcare

Several instances of cyber attacks on healthcare facilities and medical devices have made the headlines recently.There is no stopping them, unless proactive measures are taken to secure the healthcare technology ecosystem. In a world of IoT and network connected medical devices, how exactly can you achieve this? Read on to know more.

Posted by: on July 14th, 2017

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