The Overlake Hospital Medical Center in Bellevue uses Wi-Fi across the campus to great effect, Forbes writes: The hospital has 2 the the 8th power beds, which is appropriate given its proximity to Microsoft. The campus used Airespace gear to unwire about 95 percent of its 19-acre campus. They've aggressively added VoIP to deal with roaming personnel, including a substantial Vocera deployment.
They went paperless in January, and they're working to make patient and medication ID available through handheld barcode scanners. Doctors have Tablet PCs in the ER, while emergency nurses use computers on wheels.
Patients and guests have access to the public network, which saw 250 users in the two weeks after a soft launch.