Alliance Corporation has partnered with industry-leading vendors to bring you a complete wireless solution for healthcare services. We will help you design a wireless network and supply you with everything you need from the wireless routers and bridges to the cable, antennas and towers.

Some of the challenges that our customers have solved using broadband wireless networks include:

  • Telemedicine network in Mexico
  • Building back-up networks connecting hospitals, clinics and other buildings in northern Ontario
  • Citywide backbone network created to connect remote MRI Clinics to HQ in New Jersey



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Not only have we chosen the best products, we work with the best wireless specialists, companies that will work with you to design and build your wireless network if you need it.
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Springfield Institute

Springfield Neurological and Spine Institute (SNSI) is the largest neurosurgical private practice in the State of Missouri. With the combined expertise of more than a dozen physicians and subspecialists, the institute serves the surrounding community with a multi-disciplinary approach to treating brain, spinal, and peripheral nerve disorders.

Having experienced steady growth since its inception in 2001, SNSI recently made the decision to expand the clinical space in its Springfield, Missouri headquarters. In order to make room for the expansion, the 15-member billing department was relocated to an off-site office approximately one mile away.

Robert Latta, SNSI's IT coordinator, was tasked to find a solution that would costeffectively and reliably connect the now off-site billing team to SNSI's headquarters. Apprehensive about interference and the potential for dropped traffic that is often associated with wireless links, he initially preferred the physical presence of a fiber optic connection. He also knew that the area's heavy foliage would make line of sight an issue in trying to deploy a straight building-to-building broadband wireless solution. Despite these concerns, he decided to take a closer look at a few broadband wireless radio solutions after learning the cost for fiber connectivity would be in the range of $1500 per month.

Latta tapped into his contacts at CoxHealth (a nearby hospital with which SNSI is affiliated) for recommendations, and learned that they were using RAD Data Communications' Airmux wireless multiplexers for their own purposes, and with excellent results. CoxHealth was also willing to help Latta solve the line of sight problem by allowing SNSI to place its own Airmux units on the hospital's roof as an intermediary location.

“The hospital's strong Airmux recommendation certainly held a lot of weight for me,” explained Latta. “But when I added other elements of comparison to the equation – like price and breadth of frequency options – the Airmux stood out even more against competing broadband wireless solutions.”

With the help of TESSCO, a leading wireless reseller and RAD partner, Latta and his team installed a quartet of Airmux-400 wireless multiplexers to extend wireless Ethernet. One link was established between SNSI's headquarters and the hospital, and a second link between the hospital and the Billing Department's branch office, with a cable connecting the two.

Says Latta, “The process of getting up and running was amazingly smooth. Once the equipment was installed, I was able to have the connection up and running within about 30 minutes. The interface is fantastic to work with.”

Cost-wise, Latta now considers the choice of wireless over fiber optics a no-brainer. “Compared to what the monthly recurring costs would have been for a fiber optic connection, the Airmux-400 units will pay for themselves within the first year.” He also notes that the Airmux-400 units have proved incredibly reliable, and he no longer worries about interference and choppy connections. In summary, he says, “I would absolutely use the Airmux again.”

 Download the Springfield Neurological and Spine Institute case study