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Healthcare Roundtable Fact Sheet

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Customer bios and quick facts on our customer solutions shared today at the healthcare roundtable.

Customer bios and quick facts on our customer solutions shared today at the healthcare roundtable.


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  • 1. Transforming the Healthcare of the FutureOverview:Today, more than 99% of things in the physical world are unconnected, but the world is moving moreand more toward the “Internet of Everything.” This means intelligently connecting people, data,processes and things with greater simplicity, intelligence, scale, efficiency, open interfaces and security.Healthcare is an industry perfectly poised for this “connected” transformation; bridging together people,process, data, and things to make connectivity more relevant and valuable than ever before. During thisroundtable discussion, senior executives from three leading healthcare institutions will discuss how theyare employing the technology of today to transform the healthcare of tomorrow. Specifically, theseexecutives will detail their transformation to a connected health practice, how their respectiveinstitutions shifted business models and patient care practices, ultimately allowing administrators andpractitioners to work in the way most suitable to them, and for patients to receive the best carepossible.Host:Barbara Casey, Senior Executive Director, Americas HealthcareCiscoBarbara is currently the Senior Executive Director of the Americas Healthcare BTx Practice includingCanada, The United States and LATAM. She leads a team of industry consultants, architects, projectmanagers and analysts in delivering business transformation for payers, providers, and governmentcustomers. Barbara has over twenty years of diversified health care, managed care, insurance, andmanagement consulting experience. Barbara holds a Masters of Business Administration withconcentrations in Organizational Development and Change and Marketing from the University of SouthFlorida. Her Bachelors of Science in Clinical Psychology was earned from the Florida State University.Panelists:Brian Comp, Chief Technology OfficerOrlando HealthBrian serves Orlando Health as their Chief Technology Officer where he has gained valuableopportunities to become involved in the many business projects that Information Services is planning andexecuting for their organization’s future. Brian has been working in the healthcare informationtechnology for over 10 years, and came to Orlando Health in July, 2010.John Maass, MS, Manager, Conferencing Technology Systems & SupportMoffitt Cancer CenterJohn Maass, M.S., CTS is Manager of Conferencing Technology at the Moffitt Cancer Center, an NCIdesignated Comprehensive Cancer Center, where he works with the Center’s executive leadership inproviding strategic planning to the Center’s technology-dependent education, research, medical, andcollaborative initiatives. He holds a master’s degree in Management Information Systems (MMIS) fromNova Southeastern University and a B.A. degree in Communications from the University of Tampa.David Kennington, Director, IT Operations and Information Security OfficerChildren’s Hospital Central CaliforniaDavid Kennington is the Director of IT Operations for Childrens Hospital Central California. In addition tohis responsibilities as Director, for the past four years David has also been serving as the hospital’sdesignated Information Security Officer. David played a key role in the development and implementation
  • 2. Transforming the Healthcare of the Futureof the organizations successful BYOD initiative. He also had oversight of the server virtualizationstrategy and in only a few short years Children’s Hospital has reached 85% server virtualization. Davidhas been with Childrens Hospital for over 15 years. The first eight years David had various technical rolesincluding Network Engineer. David received his Bachelor of Science degree from California StateUniversity, Fresno.Fast Facts on Customers:Orlando HealthBUSINESS CHALLENGEEstablish a robust, high-performance network to meet strategic goals for more applications andthe ability to move large data setsCreate a collaborative medical-grade network environment that emphasizes securecommunicationsIncrease support for bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives without compromising securityNETWORK SOLUTIONDeployed Cisco Catalyst switches in the campus network to support increased redundancy,secure BYOD networks, Power over Ethernet (PoE) and 1 Gigabit Ethernet connectionsUpgraded the data center with Cisco Nexus switches for 10 Gigabit Ethernet, superior supportfor virtualization, and flexible connectivity of LAN and SAN infrastructure through Unified PortsBUSINESS RESULTSDeveloped separate BYOD-enabled networks for guests and physicians to enable secure, high-performance medical accessConsolidated data center for capital expenditure savings of over $100,000 and a yearly powersavings of over $120,000Future-proofed network to prepare more external services and greater use of virtualizationRELATED LINKSWebsite: Orlando HealthCase Study: Healthcare System Secures Enhanced Network CommunicationsMoffitt Cancer CenterBUSINESS CHALLENGEThe need for a comprehensive, longitudinal video record of medical visits that are accessible topatients, designated healthcare advocates, and providersThe ability to filter patient / physician video records as a means to ingest topic specific contentand analyze for trends in healthcareNETWORK SOLUTIONTelemedicine: Deployed Cisco TelePresence to increase physician-to-physician and patient-to-physician communicationVideo Content Management and Streaming/Archiving: Provide a secure and central repositoryfor both live and on demand video contentSpeech Recognition and Pulse Analytics for video creation and viewingBUSINESS RESULTSCulture Shift: Consumer demand, a new avenue to ingest content, centralized location for video,and eliminates the need to search individual webpages for contentIncreased Communications: Physicians can collaborate with specialists and other healthcareproviders to discuss the best treatment options for their patients
  • 3. Transforming the Healthcare of the FutureEase of care: Patients seeing their physicians virtually in the facility most convenient to themContent Control: Eliminate misleading information, providing patients with accurate and reliableinformationAnalytics: Content is searchable and defined by categories and tagsMetrics: Viewing history can be monitored for complianceRELATED LINKSWebsite: Moffitt Cancer CenterChildren’s Hospital Central CaliforniaBUSINESS CHALLENGEMajor data center to house hospital’s computing systemEasily accessible virtual desktops that keep hospital administrators up-to-dateWireless network to connect administrations and patients to their devicesNETWORK SOLUTIONCisco Nexus 7000 9-Slot Switch. Featuring a small form factor, high availability, and exceptionalperformance, this switch is designed to deliver a Unified Fabric to meet the needs of the mostdemanding data center environments and campus core deploymentsTo aid in proliferation of personal devices on the campus, deployed 450 virtual machines withvirtual desktopsCisco Catalyst 3850 Switches, which combine wired and wireless by supporting wireless tunneltermination and full wireless LAN controller functionalityBUSINESS RESULTSPartnership between Cisco and CHCC allows IT to have a seat at the table when making strategicdecisions.Relationship in data center, VDI and switching has allowed conversations on how to possiblydeploy telemedicine solutions and a massive 802.11AC wireless assessmentRELATED LINKSWebsite: Childrens Hospital Central CaliforniaCisco Healthcare Solutions:Routing and Switchingo Cisco Catalyst 6509 Switcheso Cisco Catalyst 3750-X Series Switcheso Cisco Nexus 5000 Series Switcheso Cisco Nexus 7000 Series SwitchesData Center Solutionso Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS)o Cisco UCS Blade ServersWirelesso Cisco Aironet 2600 Series Access Pointso Cisco 5508 Wireless ControllersNetwork Managemento Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE)Video and Collaborationo Cisco TelePresenceVideo Analytics
  • 4. Transforming the Healthcare of the Futureo Cisco PulseUnified Communicationso Cisco IP PhonesDesktop Virtualization Solutionso Cisco VDI