You monitor your patients, we monitor your medical and classical IT systems!

Digital transformation in Healthcare is bringing more medical equipment into our networks. If this intricate network of devices and systems goes down, it could cause major delays in treatment.

A holistic monitoring solution, like PRTG Network Monitor, can help to prevent such treatment delays and give IT teams, as well as doctors and patients, peace of mind. 

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Prevention is better than cure

Proactive monitoring means you get notified before problems occur, helping you to intervene and avoid downtime.

Why PRTG Network Monitor?

We understand the connection between classic IT and  healthcare infraestructure, like medical devices, PACS systems and integration engines.

We use communication protocols, DICOM and HL7, to make centralized monitoring for healthcare even easier and more meaningful than just availability monitoring.

We have partners in the healthcare sector who work with us to support the digitalization of hospitals and medical facilities.

We're trusted by more than 300,000 users around the world and are valued for our usability and competitive pricing.

Monitor your network & prevent treatment delays

Your healthcare environment is monitored by PRTG


What we do for you:

Keep everything up and running

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  • Monitoring the complete patient workflow, from admission to discharge
  • Offering notifications for different people through different channels
  • Publishing dashboards with individual content
  • Enjoy mobility by supporting mobile apps, smartphones and smartwatches

PRTG streamlines SAMU's work with real-time information

Central 24 Horas developed performance indicator panels (PIP) with PRTG Network Monitor, allowing it to collect information from the Medical Regulation System (SisRem) and thus provide alerts and notifications about the main management indicators of SAMU (Emergency Ambulance Service) of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: disinfection control and condition of the ambulance fleet, availability of stretchers in the hospital, and event control with many victims, among others.