Three Most Common Wi-Fi Planning Mistakes in Healthcare

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Between February and April of 2020, telehealth visits increased by more than 3,500% nationwide, making dependable and robust Wi-Fi more essential than ever to the provision of quality patient care.

Here are three common Wi-Fi planning mistakes to avoid in order to deliver the best possible care to your patients and to keep your team happy.

1. Not planning for the actual device usage your Wi-Fi network needs to support
2. Not performing a thorough network assessment before deploying new access points
3. Assuming new hardware is a panacea for all your Wi-Fi problems

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Remember also that traffic management in healthcare settings is key to effective Wi-Fi and the delivery of patient care. Therefore, your network must be designed to prioritize the most essential traffic, even in times of high network use.

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