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Mobile Technology in the National Programme
Mobile Technology in the National Programme
Mobile Technology in the National Programme
Mobile Technology in the National Programme
Mobile Technology in the National Programme
Mobile Technology in the National Programme
Mobile Technology in the National Programme
Mobile Technology in the National Programme
Mobile Technology in the National Programme
Mobile Technology in the National Programme
Mobile Technology in the National Programme
Mobile Technology in the National Programme
Mobile Technology in the National Programme
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Mobile Technology in the National Programme

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  • Q branch
  • Background to show how healthcare is shifting Ageing population who are more educated about health and healthcare than ever before
  • In order to do their job safely and effectively the clinician will need the following Record – history alerts person specific Current knowledge Communications – not just for computing but also for collaboration with colleagues Diary – how is the time managed Security – of the data / record, the device, the patient and the clinician
  • ID & access using role based access to data and applications eGIF level 3 Networks that are and aren’t under our control Seamless roaming – VPN – Where is the boundary There will need to be a device to run it all on And something to run on the device Access to up to date knowledge sources on the latest research, findings and best practice None of this will work without standards
  • Range of care settings
  • Electronic Staff record NPFITsmart cards – Registration authority NHS mail Local resources Audi Doors, Car Parks, lunch 96% UK companies have less than 6000 employees LGI has over 6,000
  • We’re doing new things with networks Presence based appllications Location based applications Use of other peoples networks in a secure manner
  • MCA and keyboard We can’t put our staff at risk by giving them desirable pieces of kit Next generation is being talked about now with focus on community
  • Mail and calendaring Secure and suitable for the transmission of Patient Identifiable data
  • If we don’t get the security right people will find another way around Writing PIN numbers on smart cards Using hotmail email accounts
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    • 1. Mobile Technology in the National Programme Miles Gray Hardware Platform Architect
    • 2.  
    • 3. What does the clinician need?
      • Access to;
        • The Record
        • Current Knowledge
      • Communications
      • Diary / Scheduling
      • Security
    • 4. How is this provided?
      • Identity / Access Management
      • Networks
      • Hardware
      • Applications and Tools
      • Knowledge Portals
      • Standards
    • 5. Assistive Technology
    • 6. Identity Management
      • 5-8 Million IDs to be managed
      • Authentication – Device – NOS – Spine – Local Business Applications
      • Administration
      • Smart Cards – Proximity – ISO7816 – ISO14443A – MiFare – Mag Strip
    • 7. WAN MAN LAN PAN 3G WCDMA GPRS EDGE WiMAX 802.16 Real Broadband Wi-Fi 802.11 <300ft. UWB and Bluetooth RFID/ TAG * *
    • 8. Thoughtful Design
    • 9. Fit for purpose?
    • 10. Suitable for Healthcare ? NHS Visible NHS logo Distinctive / unusual colour Semi Rugged, wipeable casing Embedded wifi a,,b,,g, radio /3g Reduced cracks or crevices to minimise accumulation of bacteria A5 / Paperback book size < 2lbs 8 hour battery life Authentication / X509 / Proximity 1024 x768 Attach Strap or other easy way to carry Pen Input Support for docking station for Keyboard and secondary screen also battery recharge Embedded bluetooth, radio – wireless thermometers etc Camera >2 megapixel Barcode and RFID
    • 11. The Reality…
    • 12. NHS Mail
      • Accessible via IMAP and works with all standards compliant mobile email clients
      • NHS Mail will migrate to Microsoft Exchange 2007 staring later this year
      • Connecting for Health will be among the first NHS organisations to migrate
    • 13. Safe and Secure
      • IPSPG
      • Warranted Environments
      • Good Practice Guidelines (GPGs)
        • Wireless LAN Technologies
        • GPRS & PDAs
        • VPN
        • VLAN
        • Media Disposal & Destruction
        • Cryptographic Standards
        • N3 Access and Use
        • E-Mail, Calendar & Messaging Services
      • http://nww.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/igsecurity/gpg
    • 14. Thank you!

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