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Physicians are busier than ever. Without an effective Point of Care (PoC) solution, quality of care suffers and unnecessary spending spikes. You need to get data in the right place at the right time so your staff can make the best decisions. Stat.


$6.8


$8. BI I


Billion 6


REDUCE HASTE 60%


Estimated cost of 12 commonly assigned unnecessary treatments or screenings.1


LL O N


of patients think their doctors are rushing through exams.2


$8,750 WE GET IT.


T e average cost added to a hospital stay due to a preventable adverse drug event.3


WE DESIGN IT. WE CONFIGURE IT. WE IMPLEMENT IT. WE SUPPORT IT. By getting critical information wherever it is needed, a well-designed PoC solution helps improve decision-making and quality control. It can be implemented with minimal disruption to your staff and can help enable better, more focused care and reduce unnecessary expenses.


THE PEOPLE — Our solution architects understand the unique demands of the healthcare industry and can build a PoC solution tailored to your institution.


THE PRODUCTS — Whether it’s medical carts, hardware, mobile devices or services, we have the healthcare technology that gets EMRs and critical data where they’re needed.


THE PLAN — We’ve designed and implemented hundreds of PoC solutions for healthcare facilities like yours. We know your work never stops and you need technology that doesn’t, either.


We can help get your Point of Care technology on point at CDW.com/pointofcare


1 Study by Mount Sinai Medical Center and the Weill Cornell Medical College in New York; as cited in Kaiser Health News, October 31, 2011 2NPR, What’s Up, Doc? When Your Doctor Rushes Like the Road Runner, May 24, 2012


Technology Tackles T e Patient Safety Challenge, A CDW White Paper ©2014 CDW, LLC. CDW®


3 , CDW•G® and PEOPLE WHO GET ITTM are trademarks of CDW, LLC.

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