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LaVie Administrative Services Continues 1,200 Access Point Aerohive Roll Out to Address Electronic Medical Record Requirements
Date:5/25/2010

Long Term Care Facility Relies on Aerohive Controller-less WLAN Solution to Improve Patient Care and Cost Efficiencies

Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) May 25, 2010 -- Aerohive Networks, creators of the award-winning cooperative control wireless LAN (WLAN) architecture, announced today that LaVie Administrative Services, a provider of outsourced IT solutions to over one hundred long-term and post-acute care customers throughout the U.S., is in the process of deploying 1,200 Aerohive HiveAPs to help implement its Electronic Medical Record (EMR) initiative. Full deployment is expected by late 2010 or early 2011.

The EMR is expected to enable improved patient care and cost efficiencies through making accurate and complete patient information accessible to care givers, and through reducing duplication of information capture/documentation. “A critical enabling technology for EMR applications will be the wireless LAN,” says Marc Kane, Vice President of Technology for LaVie Administrative Services.

To lay the foundation for EMR, LaVie Administrative Services began the search for a wireless LAN (WLAN) solution in 2007. “Planning for the EMR has been a multi-year effort”, says Deborah Green, LAS Chief Information Officer. “Because the right wireless solution would displace other costs, such as third-party guest wireless and incremental LAN cabling costs, the business case for early adoption of wireless was made. WLANs make sense as a foundational step in any health care company’s EMR roadmap.”

To assure coverage of all patient care areas in skilled care and rehab centers, Kane estimated a need for about 1,200 wireless access points (APs). This was an average of nine per facility with more or less required based on several physical p
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