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Slides presented by Cisco Canada's Brantz Myers to Algonquin College on Friday September 17, 2010

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  • The Cisco Medical Grade Network Portfolio for Healthcare provides an infrastructural foundation throughout the continuum of care. The solutions within the MGN portfolio will: CLICK Allow nurses and doctors to administer patient care from anyplace, anytime through secure wireless capabilities CLICK Enable patients and guests to stay connected through secure connectivity CLICK Meet government and industry mandates through a regulatory compliant architecture (ex: PCI – Payment Card Industry mandates) CLICK Bring connectivity to the hospital's infrastructure through automated biomed devices CLICK Enable an interoperable healthcare ecosystem through a flexible and scalable network framework Secure Wireless capabilities enabling nurses & doctors to administer patient care from anyplace, anytime Secure guest user connectivity enabling patients to stay connected Regulatory compliant architecture (ex: PCI) to meet government and industry mandates Automate biomed devices connectivity to hospital's infrastructure Flexible and scalable framework enabling interoperable healthcare ecosystem
  • Overview: Cisco’s BioMed NAC solution automates device assignments to controlled zones on the hospital network (wired or wireless connectivity) providing patient-centric benefits. Continue to monitor the behavior of these devices – quarantine a device if not behaving properly. Scenario : Couple arrives at hospital with husband complaining of breathing problems. They meet with physician who decides the patient needs a ventilator. ( CLICK ) CLICK Doctor seeks a ventilator to assist in breathing but only one available in occupied room but its not being used. Doctor wishes to move patient into unused room and move ventilator to patient. Prior to BioMed NAC there could be a delay in provisioning the ports in the new room to accept the device. CLICK In this case with BioMed NAC, patient doctor and ventilator are all able to move to unused room and the doctor is able to call up the patients EMR with wireless device. CLICK Since this hospital has the BioMed NAC solution implement, the in-room ports self-provision to accept the device and are interchangeable. If a guest needs to access the network for guest services and does not have wireless access, the ports in the room can self-provision for their laptop access also. Benefits: Leverages existing hospital infrastructure Reduces overall operating expense (traditionally, commissioning in-room ports to accept different devices took time and labor.) Improves the quality of patient care (more timely delivery of care giving.)
  • State of Missouri – This case Study focuses on the benefits of the State wide integration project of 1,000 facilities. The largest integration project of its kind involves creating 24/7 real-time connectivity to the multiple legacy control systems, power generation assets, power distribution systems, metering, chiller and steam plants that keep 28 million square feet of facilities safe, productive and comfortable for the citizens and employees of the State. Asset/Maintenance Management (projected 40% savings) Real-time integration of all facilities with Asset Management Automated Work Orders State wide Alarm management Pfizer - Building Systems Integration helped the Sandwich Pfizer Campus safe more than 15% annually on maintenance cost and 5% in energy savings. Pfizer connected 70 buildings or 4M SF of R&D and manufacturing space over one converged IP network. With this, the equalized the controls of more than 70,000 automation points and with this reduced complexity of operations, provided consistency of data formats, and now is able to operate its campus with a centralized control system. Pfizer continues to see the benefits as they build new buildings and renovate old facilities and are now able to plug and play non-proprietary automation systems into the converged network.
  • Overview : Cisco Mobile Care Nurse Connect facilitates collaboration among mobile caregivers and patients, enabling them to reach each other and to be reached no matter where they are — for faster patient care from any location. Scenario: The patient presses a Nurse Connect Button from their bedside. A notification is automatically sent directly to the caregiver assigned to that patient or room on their Cisco IP Phone; a text message appears on their phone stating that the Nurse Connect Button has been activated; for example “ Nurse Call Room 302” At that point the nurse is given options (1) Acknowledge the message; (2) Escalate the message if they are unable to respond to it; (3) Call the Patient; or (4) Allow message to roll-over to next nurse. CLICK If they hit Acknowledge on the phone they can also choose to call Room 302 and speak with the patient to see what they need. Or they can just walk to the patient’s room if they are nearby. If they choose the alternate, to Escalate the message, it is then sent to the next caregiver or caregivers determined by settings in the system. The message will continue to be sent until the Nurse Connect button is reset. Business Benefits: Immediate response to patient call requests from anywhere in the hospital (20% reduction in response time) Provides the ability to assemble specialty teams rapidly Less time & resources required to fulfill requests (Gives time back to staff for their primary function) Less disturbance by eliminating overhead pages (85% reduction in overhead paging) Also: Patient requests are sent directly to the responsible caregiver saving time in communication of a request. The request does not just go to the central nurse station and then need to be dispatched from there. It goes directly to the nurse no matter where he or she is. It also allows the nurse to call and speak to the patient to understand their need before they go to the patient’s room, thus potentially saving a trip to the room to determine the need, leaving the room to fulfill the need and then going back to the room to finish the request. It eliminates overhead pages to direct a nurse to go to a patient room, cutting down on unnecessary noise.
  • Overview: Cisco Mobile Care CUAE solution improves responsiveness by providing real-time notification of Lab results, enables flexibility to escalate alerts to workgroups, and increases timeliness of patient care. Mobile Care CUAE is the integration of Laboratory Information Systems to the CUAE (Cisco Unified Application Environment). Scenario: An physician orders lab work with critical value thresholds definitions, such as blood count, cholesterol level, etc. to the technologist. Once Lab results are ready, they are sent out through Cisco CUAE with results prioritized and business rules defined in the Laboratory Information System determine where the results are to be sent ( CLICK ) In this case they are sent to ordering physician who contacts nurse ( CLICK ) with results and follow-up instruction. CLICK Nurse provides required care and the patient record is updated Benefits: Critical and non-critical steps in the care process are determined much quicker. Improves responsiveness by providing real-time notification of defined events Critical Semi-Critical Non-Urgent Enables flexibility to escalate alerts to workgroups designated as primary, secondary and backup Increases timeliness of patient care
  • Different than others who have a one-size-fits-all mentality, we offer a full suite of WebEx meeting applications. Meeting Center serves a wide variety of general collaboration needs, while the other centers are tailored to specific business processes. As you can imagine, providing remote support 1-on-1 is very different than delivering training in an online classroom, or hosting a company all-hands meeting online…even though the same technology is at the foundation. Your users get best-in-breed solutions—and you get the advantages of standardizing across your organization. Note to field: Most often enterprise customers subscribe to the full suite, so users across the org have access to all the applications, and can use the right one for their needs. A sales organization, for example, might use Meeting Center or Sales Center to make sales presentations and demonstrate applications—and also use Training Center to deliver training to the field. Similarly, an IT organization might use Support Center to manage helpdesk requests, and Training Center when there’s a new software rollout and they need to train users. Through open APIs, these real-time meeting applications are easily integrated with the transactional applications of the process…such as the LMS system used for training or the help-desk ticket system used for support. Integrated audio across services is also a key differentiator. Having single access to both the web and audio portion of a session makes scheduling, starting, and joining sessions much easier—and the session host has full control of audio activity from within the meeting environment.
  • And we recently announced WebEx Meting Center in the iPhone, allowing attendees to fully participate in WebEx meetings from the iPhone.
  • Meet Cisco Cius (pronounced see-us…a play on the video elements of the tablet) Announced June 29 th at CiscoLive! 2010 in his Keynote, by Cisco John Chambers First of its kind business tablet - offering mobile collaboration: Brings the experience of your desk, with you, wherever you are Includes access to Cisco Collaboration AND other business applications to you from a mobile device. Cisco Cius defines a new category of tablet Target Market: Designed for knowledge workers to the busy executive Expected Available = Limited Availability Q4CY2010 FCS=Q1CY2011 Announced early to provide lead-time for Android Developers to develop applications for Cius
  • Cisco Quad brings all of the social capabilities we talked about earlier to the Enterprise: Develop & manage personal online profiles: People can develop and manage personal online profiles to share information about who they are, what they’re working on, what expertise they have, how they like to be reached, what their interests are, and any number of other things On their profile pages, people can post documents or presentations that they’ve been working on so that others can download them without waiting for the owner to email them. Easily create, publish, share, consume content and expertise: With built in wikis, blogging capabilities, and granular posting capabilities that enable users to control where things are published, content creation and organization is made easy. Integration with Cisco Show and Share enables users to easily create, publish, share and consume video content as easily (if not easier) than text. Dynamically form and participate in virtual communities: Build your own communities around anything from the development of a new product to a new sales opportunity to any other kind of project team Control how people participate in the communities: restricted access, invite only, anyone can participate, etc. Have a community wiki so that people can collaboratively edit content without worrying about version control---single source of the truth Have a community blog that represents the whole community so that people outside the community can subscribe to it and get updates on what’s been happening. Eventually, we will build real-time video support into communities so that globally dispersed teams can login to the community, and work together in a virtual room. Subscribe to trusted content sources or people: Now end-users can let information and expertise find them by subscribing to just about anything---they can subscribe to a community (for example, a sales leader might want to subscribe to the feed of the new community that was built around a given opportunity), they can subscribe to another person who is an expert in a related field, or they can subscribe to internal news feeds much in the same way that people subscribe to external news feeds today. These are just some of the social collaboration capabilities that Cisco Quad has to offer… Transition: But, as we discussed up front, an Enterprise Social Software solution needs to incorporate much more than social collaboration..
  • This is an illustration of how Next Generation Learning can be applied to existing college environments. We can use Digital Media Systems to deliver on-demand course content directly to student’s desktops or broadcast it to digital monitors and signage in classrooms or lecture halls. We can expand access to content and resources from anywhere on the campus using wireless solutions. We can enhance collaboration and communications between faculty, staff, and students with IP phones and unified communications solutions. We can deliver live, interactive learning experiences to students who cannot attend classes on campus due a variety of reasons, allow teachers to reach a wider audience and leverage scarce resources using virtual classroom solutions. And we can help ensure that you get the maximum return on your investment with consulting that helps teachers understand and apply these solutions effectively.
  • The power of face-to-face learning is expanded across geographic boundaries with the immersive collaborative experience of Cisco TelePresence. Guest lecturers can deliver live classes, student and faculty can collaborate in real-time and administrators and staff can conduct budget and planning meetings without the cost and effort of travel. TelePresence offers high-definition video and high-fidelity audio for an experience that has to seen to be appreciated. And tight integration with Cisco Unified Communications and WebEx collaborative solutions make it simple to set-up and launch TelePresence sessions and maximize the effectiveness of the collaborative experience.
  • Overview: Cisco Mobile Care CUAE solution improves responsiveness by providing real-time notification of Lab results, enables flexibility to escalate alerts to workgroups, and increases timeliness of patient care. Mobile Care CUAE is the integration of Laboratory Information Systems to the CUAE (Cisco Unified Application Environment). Scenario: An physician orders lab work with critical value thresholds definitions, such as blood count, cholesterol level, etc. to the technologist. Once Lab results are ready, they are sent out through Cisco CUAE with results prioritized and business rules defined in the Laboratory Information System determine where the results are to be sent ( CLICK ) In this case they are sent to ordering physician who contacts nurse ( CLICK ) with results and follow-up instruction. CLICK Nurse provides required care and the patient record is updated Benefits: Critical and non-critical steps in the care process are determined much quicker. Improves responsiveness by providing real-time notification of defined events Critical Semi-Critical Non-Urgent Enables flexibility to escalate alerts to workgroups designated as primary, secondary and backup Increases timeliness of patient care
  • Connected Real Estate starts with the foundation, the information utility, or the next generation building information network. In addition to the plumbing, piping, and wiring in your building, we now add an IP network to the fabric of a building. Not much unlike the other utilities, we lay the groundwork to design and install systems that will interact with and communicate over this one network. This secure, flexible, and scalable network reduced your CAPEX by replacing the disparate networks for the communications, security, and building automation systems. The key deliverable with this new infrastructure is CONNECTITY. The new network connects to people and building and/or physical security systems—both within or outside the building—and with other buildings in a portfolio. As we tie all these systems over an IP network, everything and everybody can now be accessed over the Internet. Study shows that for an average 8-story office building in North America, based on a $150 per SF cost, the cost for this infrastructure is nearly neglect-able compared to the other established utilities in our building. In this case, we have seen cost ranging from $1.50 to $2.50 per square foot as compared to $15 or more per square foot for the water utility. Although this might be drastically different for your particular building and in your particular situation, with the upside of the network and the opportunities that are now exposed, it is an investment that with reach high return-on-investment.
  • This slide shows the major division between tenant facing network services and building automation and control systems. By converging and providing among other technologies, high speed internet, telephony, visitor management (remote receptionist), audio and video conferencing, web-conferencing, rich media, and digital signage, one can support collaboration and productivity of the workforce and users of the building. If we then incorporate the building systems on the right side of the slide, the network helps you to connect people with people, and people with machines to get the most out of the network in terms of voice, video, and data services and any other productivity technologies. The features will add tremendous value to the user, operator, and owner of the building—resulting in a positive impact on the value of the physical assets. These technologies make it possible to re-think the utilization of space; and achieve higher occupancy or revenue per square foot, while optimizing productivity and effectiveness of everyone that is using the environment. We want to help you put forward a comprehensive IP communications solutions in support of innovative space planning and optimized utilization. Again, the features can be chosen in order of relevance that best accommodates your business needs/goals.
  • In healthcare, we believe the most important person is the patient and we see a number of benefits that can be gained from the combination of Connected Real Estate with a Medical-Grade Network on patients – this is what we call a Smart Healthcare Facility solution.
  • It can all start from the first encounter at the entrance of the hospital. Cities around the world are increasingly challenged with needing to support a wide variety of languages for their citizens and visitors. In this example, we show how remote language translation services can be used to welcome and orient patients in their own language.
  • Since we introduced electrical wiring in buildings 125 years ago, we have seen the application and use of the electrical grid exponentially grown. In addition to “just lighting”, we now use the same infrastructure for powering devices that we 100 years ago didn’t even know would exist. Coffee makers, electrical shavers, computers, television, etc…all inventions that have been launched to improve the quality of our lives that are fully enabled by the 125 year old invention. By this logic we can argue that we won’t know what is coming, but that we recognize the importance of our powerful IP network. And the first signs of innovative applications are already visible and installed around the world. For instance…we can IP enable bathroom fixtures that now automatically will dispatch the maintenance staff when there is no more toilet paper, soap, or when the bathrooms are dirty. Don’t forget, after spaces being too hot or too cold, the cleanliness of bathrooms is the 2 nd most complaint space about. Muzak is an IP-enabled music system that can now push out any kind of music to any speaker in the building. For hospitals, you can have spa-like music of your liking played in any configuration speakers you want---and all this with a simple web-interface. You can have different music playing in a children’s ward, the cafeteria and lobbies. Scent Air provides selected fragrances to commercial and public spaces. The fragrance will enhance the experience and lessen the sterile smell of a hospital floor. You can also pump different smells into the waiting areas and lobby. The system can be plugged into any open slot on your IP network or connected through the wireless infrastructure, and will be operated by authorized users from any PC, laptop, or handheld device. And last, of many more innovative IP solutions, Tridonic…an LED lighting system that can light up your buildings, facades or water treatments with simple programming from your laptop. Hospitals are now building facilities that have impressive facades and internal spa-like appearances. These lighting displays can enhance the curb appeal of the facility In other words, with IP as the new utility in buildings, we not only help your customer immediately improve the bottom line and create an already more intelligent environment, we also have given them an infrastructure that enables them to continue to transform the experience of the spaces that that they provide. Lead the experience…and lead your customer to true 21 st century buildings and future-ready environments.
  • Patient can control their environment – Staff will waste 60% of their day taking care of I’m hot, I’m cold, It’s too bright, It’s too dark, draw the blinds, I want the TV. With automated systems and self service, the nurses can come back to bedside for true clinical support and improved patient response and care. It also allows for improved productivity because of this self service capability. The network has a direct impact on the productivity of the nursing staff. Leveraging UC and our partner community and the Information Utility, it all becomes automated.
  • Overview: Cisco’s TelePresence for Healthcare solution provides patients and care givers with opportunities to consult and collaborate with specialists no matter the location, improving patient care and saving travel cost Scenario: A patient visits their primary care doctor after tests have come back showing shown irregularities in blood work, with the initial diagnosis falling outside the knowledge of the primary care doctor. CLICK The doctor recommends that the patient consult with a very skilled specialist on the subject who happens to be located at a clinic in another city. With this being an initial diagnosis, the primary care doctor suggests that they utilize their Cisco TelePresence solution to save time and money on travel. CLICK Patient, primary doctor and specialist engage in a TelePresense meeting, whereby this “in-person” collaboration enhances patient care by providing real-time discussion of the potential diagnosis and further clinical needs. In this case, the patient has access to “specialist” care and knowledge, all from the comfort of their primary care givers office. Benefits: Real-time "in person“ collaboration between doctors, patients, and specialists Make clinical decisions faster, improving patient care and outcomes Reduce travel costs and time for patients, doctors and specialists Make the healthcare ecosystem "greener" by using technology more effectively and traveling less Provides a collaboration tool for researchers, medical institutions, and higher education
  • Drugstores and other companies in the private sector (such as Wal-Mart, CVS, and Walgreens in the U.S., and Boots and Tesco in the U.K.) already provide limited healthcare services, such as cholesterol checks and diabetes screening. The Cisco HealthPresence solution lets them expand these options, providing true healthcare services. A Cisco HealthPresence unit, staffed by a licensed medical professional, can be installed at the retailer site for easy access to a qualified medical professional. The Cisco HealthPresence solution gives retailers a way to service nursing homes more effectively. Using a Cisco HealthPresence unit installed at the nursing home, the retailer can renew prescriptions or periodically check on patients with chronic illnesses. The patient doesn’t need to travel to the store, and care can be more continuous. The Cisco HealthPresence unit, staffed by a licensed medical professional, keeps overhead low. Retailers may also be interested in mobile units, mounted on motor vehicles, which give the Cisco HealthPresence solution the ability to move from area to area for roving care. This special configuration is available on a case-by-case basis.

Cisco Healthcare general 2010-09-17 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Cisco Connected Health Brantz Myers Director, Healthcare Business Development Cisco Systems Canada +1 416 306 7262, Brantz.Myers@cisco.com
  • 2. Enhancing Three Principle Connections Items Find Use Information Find Interpret People Find People Collaborate
  • 3. Smart+Connected Health Solutions Healthcare Technology Foundations Clinical Workflow Connected Imaging Smart Healthcare Facilities Care-at-a-Distance
  • 4. Medical-Grade Network © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 2009 HC Infrastructure
  • 5. Cisco’s Medical-Grade Network Portfolio for Healthcare Data Centre “ Providing an Infrastructural Foundation Throughout the Continuum of Care” Enable patients and guests to stay connected through secure connectivity Enable an interoperable healthcare ecosystem through a flexible and scalable network framework Bring connectivity to the hospital's infrastructure through automated biomed devices Meet government and industry mandates through a regulatory compliant architecture (ex: PCI) Allow nurses and doctors to administer patient care from anyplace, anytime through secure wireless capabilities
  • 6. BioMed NAC
    • Automates device assignments to controlled zones on the hospital network (wired or wireless connectivity), providing patient-centric benefits.
    Couple arrives with husband complaining of breathing problems Doctor seeks ventilator to assist in breathing Not in use, but room occupied Patient and ventilator moved to unused room Wireless access to patient EMR Self-provisioning ports utilize existing infrastructure, reduce costs, enhance care BioMed NAC in Place No BioMed NAC
  • 7. Applications: Examples of Healthcare Applications on Medical-Grade Networks
    • Nurse Call
    • Patient Monitoring
    • Location-Based Services (RFID)
    • Collaborative Care
    • Imaging (PACS, DIR)
    • Remote Translation Services
    • Electronic Health Records (EHRs)
    • E-Prescribing
    • Transcription
    • Healthcare Mobility
    • TeleMedicine
  • 8. Clinical Collaboration © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 2009 HC Infrastructure
  • 9. Wireless – the new Primary Network
  • 10. Mobile Care - Nurse Connect
    • Facilitates collaboration among mobile caregivers and patients, enabling them to reach each other and to be reached no matter where they are — for faster patient care from any location.
    Nurse identifies type of alert based upon the message on the Mobile IP Phone Patient presses call button Nurse calls back
  • 11. Virtual Teaming: Expert Network
    • “ 81% of nurses report they would save 30 to 60 minutes with instant access to experts.” —Forrester Research, 2006
    Source: Cisco IBSG, 2008
  • 12. Mobile Care – Cisco Unified Application Env.
    • Improves responsiveness by providing real-time notification of Lab results, enables flexibility to escalate alerts to workgroups, and increases timeliness of patient care.
    Lab work orders submitted with critical value thresholds defined Results delivered and prioritized Physician contacts nurse with instructions for follow-up with patient Nurse delivers required care and patient record is updated
  • 13. Cisco WebEx Meeting Applications Meeting Center General Collaboration Event Center Webinars Online Events Online Sales Online Training Remote Support and Access Sales Center Training Center Support Center
  • 14. WebEx Meeting Center on Blackberry & iPhone
    • Native client for Apple iPhone & Blackberry
    • Integrated audio and web conferencing on 3G or WiFi
    • Attend a scheduled meeting on the iPhone
    • View presentations, applications and desktops with live annotations
    • View and chat with attendees
  • 15. Meet Cisco Cius
  • 16. Cisco Quad - Enterprise Social Software Accelerate Business Productivity & Innovation Develop & manage personal online profiles Dynamically form and participate in virtual communities Easily create, publish, share, and consume content and expertise Subscribe to trusted content sources or people
  • 17. Medical Data Exchange Solution Enabling Patient Centric Integration & Access of Records
    • Enables interoperability between disparate systems and data silos
    • Enables the network as the platform for secure & standards based access & exchange
    • Eliminates the need for manual transport of records & images
    • Standards based (IHE) based PACS & EMR access
    • Common patient identifier with network based IHE Cross Reference Manager (PIX & XDSi)
  • 18.
    • Interoperability is based on a federated concept
    • Avoids copying all data centrally (Cross Reference Manager)
    • Retains data where it was produced originally.
    • Data is kept as well on a regional level for redundancy purposes (orange level)
    • IHE‚ Cross Reference Manager enables communications between the regions (red) or countries (white)
    Federated Data Distribution Enables Scaling
  • 19. Radiology Information Easily Shared for Collaboration
  • 20. Next Generation Learning Environment Provide visual, immersive collaboration for students and faculty through Global TelePresence Enable on-demand course content and materials to desktops and live broadcasts to classrooms, etc., through digital media systems Enable communications and collaborative learning giving students and faculty access to resources through unified communications Increase educational opportunities for students through virtual classrooms Provide enhanced learning and always-on access to information through secure wireless access
  • 21. Deliver Immersive, Long-Distance Medical Education With TelePresence
    • Extend the reach of Medical Teaching Institutions to Remote locations
    • Deliver Rich, high-definition video conferencing with high-fidelity, directional audio
    • Deliver immersive learning experiences that replicate face-to-face situations
    • Reduce travel for meetings and training with reduced Carbon emissions
    TelePresence Opportunity Benefits
  • 22. Virtual Hospitals for Marketing, Training and Simulations Source: Cisco IBSG, 2008 Simulated Diagnostic in Virtual World Animation
  • 23. Surgical Teaching Solution
    • Challenge: Create a solution that can show different views of the surgical suite, room including, but not being limited to:
      • Detailed view of the area being operated.
      • Patient conditions monitor
      • Additional information such as X-Rays or analysis reports
      • Close up of the surgeon face with audio recording of the explanations
      • Overview of the room to show how the personal is positioned
  • 24. Local LAN Remote Site A LAN Remote Site B LAN MS – Media Server OM – Operations Manager VM – Virtual Matrix HD IP Camera Encoder (optional) HD IP Camera Keyboard Local Monitor Consolidated MS,OS,VM server with internal Storage External Storage (optional) PC Client VM Client (PC) Remote Monitor (Full HD) VM Client (PC) Remote Monitor (Full HD) HD IP Camera
  • 25. Virtual Matrix – Four Video Layout
  • 26. Technology Convergence: A Catalyst for the “Information Utility” Electricity Gas 3 Essential Utilities of past Information New Utility Water © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 2009 HC Infrastructure Reduce Cost and Complexity by Replacing Disparate Networks with One Simplified, Flexible, and Scalable IP Network: Unified Infrastructure
  • 27. Unified Infrastructure High-Speed Internet IP Telephony Audio and Video Conferencing Interactive media Visitor management VPN Wireless Digital signage Tenant Services and Technologies HVAC- Sensors Video surveillance Access Building Services and Technologies Fire 24/7 Monitor Elevators Lighting Energy
  • 28. Patient Implications: Improved Experience
  • 29. Lobby Reception/Concierge:
  • 30. Services: In-Hospital Scent Air Injects a Scent to Enhance the User Experience – Less “Hospital” smell Digital Signage Way finding, Kiosks, Virtual Lobby Muzak Changing the Music Experience – White Noise, Soft Sound, Spa Experience Smart Bathrooms Intelligent Lavatories, Soap Dispensers, Toilet Roll Holders, Nurse Call Integration RFID Asset Management Location-Aware Healthcare–Minimizes time finding equipment for more efficient staff
  • 31. The Bedside Terminal – Tip of the Iceberg
  • 32. Beyond the Bedside
  • 33. TeleMedicine Networks - Today
  • 34. TeleMedicine Tomorrow Patient goes to Doctor Doctor decides they need to talk to a Specialist Provides patients and care givers with opportunities to consult and collaborate with specialists no matter the location, improving patient care and saving travel cost.
  • 35. Wide-Area Mobile access to Health Information
  • 36. Bluetooth ® Enabled Devices
  • 37. Patient Generated Health Data Example: Diabetes - Regular monitoring of blood glucose levels is the best way to manage and maintain health. Remote tracking of these levels can drive timely clinical interventions.
  • 38. In-Home TeleMedicine
  • 39. Advanced TeleMedicine: The Cisco HealthPresence Solution
    • Treat the “worried well” and the uninsured
    • Use a distance visit to renew prescriptions or periodically check on patients with chronic illnesses, especially in nursing homes
    • Mobile units, within a motor vehicle, are also possible, for roving care
    Drugstores and other retailers can expand their services to include more sophisticated wellness and healthcare services
  • 40. Drug Dispensing Kiosks – Remote Pharmacist
  • 41. Comprehensive Remote Primary Patient Care
  • 42. Lots to think about…..
    • Technology is eliminating the traditional Bounds on Health Information
    • Aging Population is Driving New Technology
    • Clinicians Need Information at the Point of Care
    • New Technology can effect the way Care is Delivered
  • 43. [email_address]
  • 44. Tomorrow: Advanced Telemedicine is an Alternative to Face-to-Face Care Example “pod” for HealthPresence Source: Cisco IBSG, August 2008