WiMAX-imum Healthcare<br />Using WiMAX to save lives in underserved areas<br />
Cisco Mobile WiMAX (802.16e) Deployments<br />More than 20 operators in 14 countries are using Cisco’s Wave 2 Certified Mo...
Healthcare Mobility Characteristics<br />Highly Mobile Workforce<br />Access and enter patient information and medical app...
Cisco Mobility Solutions for Healthcare<br />Mobile Collaborative Care<br />Context Aware Mobility<br />Enhanced collabora...
Healthcare IT Drivers<br />6.18<br />6.00<br />5.96<br />5.74<br />5.66<br />Top priorities for IT in healthcare<br />Cisc...
Introducing Cisco Broadband Wireless <br />The industry’s first end-to-end IP NGN solution with integrated Mobile WiMAX an...
Secure Wireless<br />Intermec – Small touch screen laptop for a rugged crash cart<br />Intermec CV30<br />Product  Descrip...
6.4” color VGA 640x480 transmissive TFT LCD unit with touch panel
802.11b/g
Cisco compatible version 4
Supports Microsoft® CE.NET 5.0 or Windows Mobile™ 5.0 OS</li></ul>Applications <br />Benefits<br /><ul><li>Versatility wit...
Nurses will have enhanced productivity from wireless connectivity and support for hands-free data capture
Real-time decision making - ADC Control Center is integrated with multiple types of data inputs, including keyboard option
Ideal for demanding warehouse and inventory-control applications.
Mounted on cart – provides host for applications in patient care, drug interactions and inventory control
Wall mounted can be time and attendance and information kiosk</li></li></ul><li>Mobile Collaborative Care<br />Motion C5 –...
Cisco and Intel show healthcare over WiMAX – Barcelona, 2009<br />
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Learn why WiMAX offers a cost-effective and efficient solution for delivering healthcare in underserved communities.

Paul Sergeant
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  • Shown here is the RF coverage map of a successful Cisco BWX deployment measured inside residential buildings. The level of Receive Signal Strength (or RSSI) is indicated by the various colours ranging from red (i.e. HOT or well-served with a high data rate) to blue (i.e. COOL or served at the lowest data rate) and eventually white where no coverage is provided (i.e. a “dead spot”).Based on the minimum coverage level (4dBSNRQPSK 1/2 in the downlink and QPSK 2/3 in the uplink), the number of cells are determined using a traditional 3-sector cellular structure with appropriate fade and interference margins. Due to the superior performance of the Cisco BWX, the required number of cell-sites is 71 in this deployment.
  • Maximum Healthcare with WiMAX

    1. 1. WiMAX-imum Healthcare<br />Using WiMAX to save lives in underserved areas<br />
    2. 2. Cisco Mobile WiMAX (802.16e) Deployments<br />More than 20 operators in 14 countries are using Cisco’s Wave 2 Certified Mobile WiMAX for commercial service<br />
    3. 3. Healthcare Mobility Characteristics<br />Highly Mobile Workforce<br />Access and enter patient information and medical applications at the point of care<br />Expertise spread across the facilities and constantly moving<br />Treating one patient requires coordination of multiple activities and people<br />Fast Decision Making Process<br />Limited planning possible<br />Need for minimum reaction time<br />According to ABI Research 6,161 hospitals out of the 7,526 in the U.S. now have Wi-Fi networks deployed.<br />ABI research<br />
    4. 4. Cisco Mobility Solutions for Healthcare<br />Mobile Collaborative Care<br />Context Aware Mobility<br />Enhanced collaboration between caregivers to increase responsiveness and employee satisfaction<br />Solution to monitor and streamline operations involving medical equipment and staff<br />Secure Wireless<br />CiscoMedical-<br />Grade<br />Network<br />Wireless foundation that enables regulatory compliance and patient privacy as well as provides access to crucial informationanywhere<br />
    5. 5. Healthcare IT Drivers<br />6.18<br />6.00<br />5.96<br />5.74<br />5.66<br />Top priorities for IT in healthcare<br />Cisco is committed in offering healthcare organizations the platform that will help them focus on their top priorities.<br />By partnering with other technology leaders Cisco delivers end-to-end solutions over a Medical Grade Network. <br />Reducing Medical Errors<br />Clinical Automation <br />Security<br />Implement and/or Enforce Quality Standards <br />Disaster Recovery <br />Gartner Dataquest - August 2006<br />
    6. 6. Introducing Cisco Broadband Wireless <br />The industry’s first end-to-end IP NGN solution with integrated Mobile WiMAX and WiFi Mesh access<br />Integrating both licensed and unlicensed access technologies into a converged IP service delivery architecture<br />
    7. 7. Secure Wireless<br />Intermec – Small touch screen laptop for a rugged crash cart<br />Intermec CV30<br />Product Description<br /><ul><li>Support for RFID, speech recognition and voice
    8. 8. 6.4” color VGA 640x480 transmissive TFT LCD unit with touch panel
    9. 9. 802.11b/g
    10. 10. Cisco compatible version 4
    11. 11. Supports Microsoft® CE.NET 5.0 or Windows Mobile™ 5.0 OS</li></ul>Applications <br />Benefits<br /><ul><li>Versatility with the ability to manage a range of peripherals and healthcare applications
    12. 12. Nurses will have enhanced productivity from wireless connectivity and support for hands-free data capture
    13. 13. Real-time decision making - ADC Control Center is integrated with multiple types of data inputs, including keyboard option
    14. 14. Ideal for demanding warehouse and inventory-control applications.
    15. 15. Mounted on cart – provides host for applications in patient care, drug interactions and inventory control
    16. 16. Wall mounted can be time and attendance and information kiosk</li></li></ul><li>Mobile Collaborative Care<br />Motion C5 – A Mobile Clinical Assistant<br />Motion C5<br />Product Description<br />WiFi (802.11a/b/g) and Bluetooth, WiMAX in 2010 <br />Cisco Compatible version 4<br />Natural pen or speech input<br />Optional integrated bar code scanner <br />Integrated 2 mega pixel camera and RFID reader<br />Theft prevention system<br />Highly durable and simple to disinfect<br />Applications <br />Benefits<br />Electronic Health Records <br />Electronic Medication Administration Record (eMAR)<br />Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE)<br />Clinical documentation & Practice Management<br />Increased mobility and accessibility<br />Automation of forms, processes and workflows <br />Greater and timely access to data at the point of care<br />Elimination of duplicate efforts<br />Facilitation of real-time communications to improve the overall patient experience <br />Improvements in patient charge capture<br />
    17. 17. Cisco and Intel show healthcare over WiMAX – Barcelona, 2009<br />
    18. 18. Cisco Broadband Wireless AccessMobile WiMAX Competitive Comparison<br />Cisco 8-element Beamforming with MIMO, 120° Sectors<br />12<br />+12 dB D/L<br />Baseline: SISO (+0 dB)<br />4-element Beamforming, 90° Sectors<br />R = 1.63 km<br />18<br />Cells to cover a 5k radius (80km2)<br />+6dB D/L<br />R = 1.33 km<br />2-element Diversity (no Beamforming), 90° Sectors<br />28<br />+3 dB D/L<br />R = 1.06 km<br />Cisco provides +9 dB more gain than most competitors <br />
    19. 19. WiMAX Coverage ComparisonIndoor Coverage with 8-Element Beamforming<br />Cisco WiMAX RSSI (dBm)<br />Indoor Signal Levels<br />71 Cell-Sites<br />11<br />
    20. 20. WiMAX Coverage ComparisonCompetitor with 4-Element Beamforming<br />4-Ant WiMAX RSSI (dBm)<br />Indoor Signal Levels<br />100 Cell-Sites<br />Achieving the same coverage as the Cisco BWX requires 29 MORE cell-sites, and signal strength is weaker overall (more blue, less red), decreasing indoor performance and system capacity<br />12<br />
    21. 21. WiMAX Coverage ComparisonCompetitor with 2-Element Diversity MIMO<br />2-Ant WiMAX RSSI (dBm)<br />Indoor Signal Levels<br />137 Cell-Sites<br />Achieving the same coverage as the Cisco BWX requires 66 MORE cell-sites, and signal strength is weaker overall (more blue, less red), decreasing indoor performance and system capacity<br />13<br />
    22. 22. SESCAM Hospital Services Castile-La Mancha, Spain – Serves community of 1.8M<br />Challenge<br />Use wireless to differentiate patient experience <br />Replace pagers as primary mode of mobile communications<br />Track expensive medical equipment, mobile personnel and patient location<br />Ensure network availability and security<br />Solution<br />Cisco Unified Wireless Network<br />Dual-mode phones<br />Cisco Unified and Unified Wireless IP Phones<br />Cisco Location Solution<br />Benefits<br />Reduces telecom costs for cellular services<br />Streamlines device management<br />Improves patient satisfaction<br />
    23. 23. Dr. Philips Hospital Part ofOrlando Regional Healthcare System which includes 11 healthcare facilities serving nearly 2 million Central Florida Residents<br />Cisco Mobility Solutions for Healthcare<br />Challenge<br />Provide caregivers critical information at point of care<br />Track expensive bio-medical equipment<br />Improve caregiver communication and collaboration<br />Leverage wireless technology to dramatically enhance the clinical workflow<br />Solution<br />Cisco Unified Wireless Network<br />Cisco Unified Wireless 7921 IP phones<br />Cisco Location Solution<br />Motion Computing Mobile Clinical Assistant<br />Wireless infusion pumps<br />Benefits<br />Ease of network evolution<br />Deployment of advanced wireless services <br />Improved caregiver responsiveness and efficiency<br />
    24. 24. Summary<br />Cisco Mobility Solutions for Healthcare provide caregivers with access to patient information, hospital services, and each other, from any location—inside or outside the hospital walls to deliver an enhanced patient experience.<br />Inbuilding secure wireless with WiFI<br />WiMAX extends doctors expertise beyond the hospital walls<br />Medical Grade Network tested and validated with a variety of devices (WiFi and WiMAX)<br />Provides a Mobile Unified Communications Solution for each type of caregiver<br />Increases efficiency and improves patient care by enabling collaboration at the bedside and beyond<br />Streamlines business operations and reduces costs by enhancing the visibility of mobile assets<br />

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