Mastering healthcare device lifecycle management: implementing best practices for operational excellence

Date: April 24th, 2024
Time: 1:00pm AEST
Location: Virtual

The rapid expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) and digitalisation of medical devices within the healthcare industry has significantly broadened the attack surface faced by healthcare organisations. Concurrently, ransomware attacks are escalating in both frequency and severity, posing heightened risks to connected medical devices, patient care, and the operational integrity of large-scale health delivery systems. The impacts for patients could range from postponed surgeries to prolonged wait times, delayed test results, and difficulties obtaining essential medications. 

Considering the growing Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), healthcare entities face the daunting challenge of safeguarding and managing legacy devices not designed with today’s cybersecurity threats and operational complexities in mind. While the aspiration to fortify these systems is commendable, achieving this objective is complex. How can healthcare IT professionals translate this aspiration into reality? 

Join our webinar, where we will delve deep into how Medigate by Claroty can empower your healthcare organisation to adopt best practices in medical device lifecycle management. We will discuss:  

  • real-time device visibility and utilisation insights 
  • usage-based maintenance and patch scheduling 
  • seamless integration with computerised maintenance management systems (CMMS). 

You will gain invaluable insights into bolstering your cybersecurity posture and optimising the operational efficiency of your medical device infrastructure.  

Join us as we explore practical strategies and innovative solutions to meet the evolving demands of cybersecurity in healthcare. 

Webinar details: 

Date: Wednesday April 24 2024 
Time: 1:00pm AEST 
Duration: 45 minutes 
Location: Virtual  

Register now:

Presented by

Michael Schlachter, healthcare solution engineer, Australia and New Zealand, Claroty
Michael is the healthcare solution engineer for Claroty, overseeing Australia and New Zealand. With more than 15 years of expertise in industrial control systems (ICS), networking, and security, he is an expert at designing tailored technical solutions and providing guidance through the sale and implementation process to secure customers’ critical assets. In his current role, he serves as the technical subject matter expert (SME) for healthcare providers, supporting organisations in their journey to reduce risk in their network and improve overall device security.

For more information, contact Connected Health.