Intro to Digital Technology in Healthcare


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    About This Class

    Do you understand the difference between a switch and a router?

    How would you test for network connectivity on a device?

    This one day virtual course is focused on teaching basic networking concepts, skills, and tasks. Student will learn the function of hardware components that make up a network: cabling, switches, routers. Through hands-on labs they will configure and troubleshoot network connectivity and be introduce to concepts like port security, and virtual local area networks (VLANs).

    • Overview

      Course Length: 1 day

      Students will learn about:

      • IP Addressing
      • Network Switch fundamentals
      • Basic connectivity troubleshooting
      • Wireless Network Theory
    • 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

      Basic Computer Skills

    • Pricing Options

      Tuition:   $1,175  
      (Part number: 2020786-403)

      If you are interested in having a class for your team, please contact us for pricing at 888-799-9921 or


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