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Workstations at OHO, Green Hills getting new monitors

May. 9, 2018, 2:39 PM

Many computer monitors throughout Vanderbilt University Medical Center will soon be replaced with new 24-inch monitors.

This is part of a continuing effort to provide clinical end-users with the most optimized view of eStar.

The project will replace approximately 1,750 monitors, mostly located at Vanderbilt Health One Hundred Oaks and Green Hills. NTT Data, VUMC ITs support partner, began this work May 8. As part of this effort, department leadership will be contacted in advance of NTT’s arrival at each location.

The monitor replacement project is expected to take two to three months to complete. Although installation times may vary, users can expect most monitor replacements to take between 20 and 30 minutes to complete.

For a list of departments included in this upgrade, visit the VUMC IT website at https://www.vumc.org/it/monitor-replacement-beginning-may-2018. For more information, contact Fady Eilia at fady.eilia@vumc.org.

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