Most hospitals have lots of smart medical equipment, from monitors to intravenous pumps. But those smarts do little good unless the equipment communicates with the clinical computer system, receiving orders and downloading data.

Making those connections is a technical challenge that can be solved by collaboration. Baylor Health Care System CIO David Muntz will explain how his organization combined its information technology staff with its clinical engineers to increase the overall intelligence of its systems.

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