“Moving from a proof of concept to a pilot to a large deployment, we built a strong partnership with Coretek. Their experience with other large scale deployments and with Cerner was critical to our success.”
Steve Lantz, Director, IT Infrastructure & Operations, Torrance Memorial Medical Center
“Coretek Services helps healthcare organizations enable quick, secure and easy access to clinical systems from anywhere and on any device. Coretek’s Virtual Clinical Workstations framework provides physicians and clinicians the ability to focus more time and energy on the patient and spend less time accessing records. It reduces administration overhead for departments though its ease of deployment, consistent desktop and applications support, and quicker recovery.”
Karla Silva, Director of Clinical Systems Support, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
“We engaged Coretek to support our initiatives and help us lay out a project plan since they had extensive experience supporting hospitals and health systems across the country.”
Mark Moch, Corporate Director of IT, Promise Healthcare
“We have different solutions that have been deployed over the years including desktops, tablet computers and mobile carts. Many of these devices used generic login ins to get on the network and then individuals used their own credentials to login to specific applications. As people moved through the facilities, they ad to log out and log back in again creating inefficiencies.”
Steve Lantz, Director, IT Infrastructure & Operations, Torrance Memorial Medical Center
“Coretek was really committed to understanding what we needed and facilitated a lot of conversations about how staff operated. They didn’t just rush to define and implement a solution.”
Steve Lantz, Director, IT Infrastructure & Operations, Torrance Memorial Medical Center
“There are fewer hardware issues and we’re able to handle them much more quickly. The Chief of the Medical staff stopped me the other day to thank me for deploying the solution, saying it’s changed the way they work.”
Steve Lantz, Director, IT Infrastructure & Operations, Torrance Memorial Medical Center
“Overall, hardware issues have declined because it’s much easier to manage the endpoints. We’re solving issues much more quickly, which is a benefit to my team.”
Steve Lantz, Director, IT Infrastructure & Operations, Torrance Memorial Medical Center
“The amount of wasted time waiting for applications translated into less time with patients. To fix this issue, we knew we had a lengthy list of projects to tackle that were beyond our internal capacity to handle.”
Mark Moch, Corporate Director of IT, Promise Healthcare
“It is amazing. In four short months, we went from an antiquated infrastructure to a cutting-edge platform that facilitates, not hinders, our day-to-day work. Working on a data center upgrade, end point refresh, Virtual Clinical Workflow deployment, and Office 365 migration at the same time added a tremendous amount of complexity, but it also eliminated rework and drove economies of scale.”
Mark Moch, Corporate Director of IT, Promise Healthcare
“Users want to have a voice in the technology they need to adequately do their job each day. Understanding the way users leverage technology- the when, where and how, is critical in creating the right architecture.”
Ryan Hinkleman, Managing Director, Coretek Services
“Our clinic workflow was not very efficient and our clinicians had limited device mobility. It wasn’t streamlined and we had a lot of roadblocks.”
Karla Silva, Director of Clinical Systems Support, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
“The technology is new in the marketplace and we wanted to partner with a firm that had successful implementations and understood clinical workflows, interactions, and healthcare mandates.”
Karla Silva, Director of Clinical Systems Support , Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
“Coretek met our tight timeline and our expectations were met. After the pilot, department rollouts took just three weeks.”
Karla Silva, Director of Clinical Systems Support , Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
“Like any technology you centralize, you free up resources. The big payoff comes with using VDI. If one device fails, it’s easily replaced and the uptime and availability is better than with thin clients or PCs. The time it takes to maintain and distribute new applications is faster, and we are getting a lot less calls about loss passwords.”
Jorge Caballero, Director of Infrastructure Technology, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
“We’re seen a huge improvement in productivity. Our clinicians are able to log into the system in three to five sections when it used to take two minutes.”
Karla Silva, Director of Clinical Systems Support, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
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