The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, part of one of America’s top-ranked academic health centers, serves a diverse patient population through a network of hospitals and healthcare facilities. Recognizing that the organization’s use of connectivity to improve patient care was also increasing its cyber risk exposure, Clinical Engineering partnered with IT to set out to build a robust cybersecurity strategy — and they knew it required a comprehensive medical device security solution.
After a rigorous evaluation process, Ohio State Health Systems opted to implement Medigate by Claroty. This choice was influenced by the Medigate Platform’s robust device discovery, vulnerability management capabilities, and its ability to work seamlessly with a variety of medical device manufacturers. David Brown, Health Systems Informatics Analyst working with Richard, emphasized, “Medigate’s ability to automatically identify and classify medical devices on our network has been a valuable feature. This has allowed us to have a clear inventory of devices, which is crucial for security.”