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Implementing Digital Technology in Healthcare
10168
Network Infrastructure and Protocols
GE Healthcare
4 Days
Class/Lab
Waukesha, WI
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Tuition Options


Package: Tuition
Fees: $4,750.00
Part# 2030677-001
Package: Tuition & Lodging
Fees: $5,490.00
Part# 2030677-002
Package: Tuition, Lodging & Airfare
Fees: $6,385.00
Part# 2030677-003

Overview

Unable to see all devices on your patient monitor network?
Having trouble routing data from your radiology department to your PACS server?

In Essentials of HCIT, you’ll learn the key concepts of network connectivity that enable or impair system communications. Hands-on labs teach you building, programming, and troubleshooting switched, wireless, and routed networks. Topics such as virtual local area networks (VLANS), port security, and wireless security are also covered. In addition, you’ll learn the concepts of routing and the roles routers play in your network—forwarding data; acting as firewalls, demilitarized zones, and dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) servers; and how routers are dynamically and statically programmed to forward data. A hands-on lab gives you the opportunity to implement and troubleshoot a statically routed internetwork.

Note: Our Healthcare IT courses may help enhance the IT skills of all participants regardless of medical equipment choices, previous learning or experience.
• Manage computer hardware through the BIOS, driver management and Operating systems utilities
• Computer administration of users, error logs, and troubleshooting tools using both the command line and graphical user interface
• Develop basic mastery of operating system navigation through use of the GUI and the command line
• Flat network design, construction, and troubleshooting
• Switched network design, construction, and troubleshooting
• Routed network design, construction, and troubleshooting
• Wireless network design, construction, and troubleshooting

Target Audience


- Biomedical equipment technicians

- Biomedical and clinical engineers

- Biomedical and clinical engineering managers

- Medical technology managers

- Hospital IT staff

- Any professional who supports the field of medical technology

Prerequisites

Required Prerequisites

None

Recommended Prerequisites

None

Registration

Registration:
• All training must be taken within 18 months of purchase.

Attendance:
• Class start and end times vary. Please refer to email enrollment notification.
• Participants are required to arrive on time for class.
• A "no show" is not eligible for reimbursement.
• In order to receive certificate of completion for a course:
o Participants must attend the class in its entirety; missing a day will disqualify you from receiving full credit
o Participants must pass the assessment administered at the end of the course

Cancellations:
Please carefully review our cancellation policy and how it applies to your cancellation. Should you wish to cancel your registration, we enforce a time sensitive policy. As you can appreciate, a cancelation with less than four weeks’ notice makes it very difficult for another student to plan on attending. If there is someone else in your organization that would like to attend in your place – this fee will not be charged. The cancelation policy is outlined below:
• Cancellations can be made by email or phone: edservices@ge.com or by contacting 888-799-9921.
• For cancellations made more than 4 weeks prior to the class start date, there is no cancellation fee.
• For cancellations made up to 2 weeks prior to the class start date, there is a cancellation fee of 50% of course tuition.
• For cancellations made less than 2 weeks prior to the class start date and for no-shows (i.e., registered students who do not attend the class and do not cancel in advance of the class start date), there is a fee of 100% of full course tuition.
• GE reserves the right to cancel or reschedule any class for any reason and at any time. GE will not be held responsible for any travel costs incurred due to causes beyond our control, such as, but not limited to, hurricanes, tornados, or strikes.

Low Enrollment:
• GE reserves the right to cancel classes due to low enrollment.
• Classes with low enrollment 15 business days prior to the scheduled date will be cancelled.
• When GE cancels a class, tuition will be refunded in full, or may be applied to the cost of another class scheduled to take place within 12 months of the original class.
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