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Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
Dell Venue Pro 11 Windows 8 tablet within a Healthcare facility_Microsoft Healthcare roadshow Belgium October 2013
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  • 1. Modern Devices within a Healthcare Facility The mobile caregiver Microsoft Healthcare Deployment Series - Belgium De mobiele gezondheidswerker Kortrijk, 1 oktober – Mechelen, 2 oktober – Genk, 4 oktober Eric van ‘t Hoff, EMEA Healthcare ISV Alliance Manager
  • 2. Dell Healthcare Agenda 2 • Dell Healthcare in a nutshell • Bringing tablets to the point of care • Windows 8 at the bedside • Dell Windows 8 tablets at a glance
  • 3. Dell Healthcare in a nutshell
  • 4. 4 Dell Healthcare Introducing the world’s largest startup* “As a private enterprise, we’ll serve our customers with a single-minded purpose and drive the innovations that will help them achieve their goals.” – Michael S. Dell *The transaction is expected to close before the end of the third quarter of Dell’s FY2014 Renewing our entrepreneurial spirit within a private company structure
  • 5. 5 Dell Healthcare Dell strategy – Bringing it all together Our customers’ imperatives Our end-to-end portfolio Delivering technology solutions that enable people everywhere to grow, thrive and reach their full potential Our purpose Our differentiated strategy Superior relationship model Efficient, simple and affordable Practical innovation The leading provider of end-to-end scalable solutions Connecting END USERS Integrating and optimizing the ENTERPRISE Simplifying and securing through SOFTWARE Accelerating innovation with SERVICES
  • 6. Dell Healthcare Dell Healthcare by the numbers 6 • 13,000+ healthcare & life sciences professionals • We support over 10,000 Healthcare providers, health plans, pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, diagnostic and scientific instrumentation customers worldwide • Leading Healthcare Information Technology Services provider1 • Dell Healthcare & Life Sciences is with $2.9 billion (2013) the second largest Healthcare IT company2 • We provide OEM services to 70+ Healthcare and Life Sciences software, medical device and scientific instrument providers • Our Clinical Archive Cloud manages more than 92 million clinical studies and 6,5 billion diagnostic imaging objects on behalf of more than 800 clinical sites in North America3 1) Source Gartner 2012 [url] 2) Source Healthcare Informatics 2013 [url] 3) See real-time ticker
  • 7. 7 Dell Healthcare Managing and sharing medical data through Dell Clinical Cloud Archive Secondary Datacenter Phoenix, Arizona Primary Datacenter Wallingford, Connecticut Over 92 million clinical studies and 6,5 billion diagnostic images Over 800 clinical sites in North America Over 2,5 million new studies every month, 70TB of extra storage Vendor neutrality, patient centric, one time fee per study pricing, security and data protection, offsite disaster recovery and more
  • 8. Dell Healthcare Better healthcare starts with better information OK OK Accident Pain Prevention First Aid Diagnosis Treatment Therapy Nursing Healthcare providers Health insurance Ministry of Health Patient organizations Academic Hospital Mental Health Revalidation center Diagnostic Center General Practitioner Nursing Home Elderly Care Pharmacy drugstore Regional Hospital Ambulance services The aging population, the improvements in the quality of care, the shortage of medical staff and the growing necessity for greater cost efficiency and patient safety will continue to increase caregivers’ and patients’ expectations around access to information. Information is the foundation on which healthcare will move forward, transitioning from treating illness to managing wellness.
  • 9. Bringing tablets to the point of care
  • 10. Dell Healthcare Why do we need to bring clinical information to the point of care? If you are a Doctor or a Nurse you desire to: • reduce administrative workload and focus on patients • ease and improve accuracy of clinical decision process • reduce risk of avoidable medical errors at the bed side If you are a Healthcare provider you wish to: • increase productivity of medical staff • enhance patient care and reduce length of stay • leverage investments in current IT systems If you are a Healthcare IT Manager you have to: • standardize end-user equipment across all hospital areas • deploy, install and manage IT equipment cost-effectively • ensure data security, avoid data breaches and conform to regulatory compliance standards for patient privacy
  • 11. Dell Healthcare Why do healthcare staff require patient data at the point of care? Because you need to: • Route prescriptions right from the patient to the pharmacy • Access on-the-go clinical references • Register delivered medical service • Admit, transfer and dismiss patients at bedside • Check and update patient demographics, allergies and medication anywhere • Capture patient vital signs at the point of care • Review radiology reports on the move • …. and more
  • 12. Dell Healthcare When doctors and nurses express dissatisfaction with internal services, which is their most frequently expressed concern? Source: HIMSS 2008 Why is there an urgent need to help ease admin work at the patient bedside?
  • 13. Dell Healthcare Why is data security on mobile devices so crucial for healthcare IT managers? Nearly 40% of data breaches are caused by mobile devices Source: Ponemon Institute 2012
  • 14. 14 Dell Healthcare What are today’s alternatives for accessing patient data at the bedside? Computer on Wheel Healthcare Tablet PC Bedside Terminal Wall-mounted PC Screen size > 10” Slate Tablet Laptop on a Cart
  • 15. Dell Healthcare So what is the best alternative to access patient data safely when on the move? Mobile Devices Presently Provided to Clinicians n =159 Mobile Devices Anticipated for Future Use by Clinicians n=164 Tablet Computer Designed for Healthcare: IP53+ water/dust resistant, integrated barcode reader, low current leakage power-supply, guaranteed 1 meter drop proof, etc … Source: HIMSS Mobile Technology Survey, Dec 2011
  • 16. Dell Healthcare And what other devices do medical professionals use when at work? By 2014, 9 in 10 healthcare providers will use smartphones, and nearly as many will have adopted tablets. Almost half of all respondents are “digital omnivores”, defined as clinicians who utilize a tablet, smartphone and laptop/desktop computer routinely in a professional capacity. Source: Maximizing Multi-Screen Engagement Among Clinicians EPOCRATES 2013 Mobile Trends Report
  • 17. Dell Healthcare As a conclusion, caregivers need a tablet that eases workflow tasks, avoids data breaches and works as one with other devices Smart phone Computer Tablet All should integrate the same and use the same secure infrastructure
  • 18. Windows 8 tablets at the bedside
  • 19. Dell Healthcare Windows 8 with 8.1* is far more than just a tablet OS “Picking up a tablet PC with Windows 8 makes an iPad feel immediately out of date. The ability to run two apps alongside each other allows this to be more than a consumption device, with full keyboard and mouse support and a desktop operating system hiding in the background.” The Verge “It’s the first serious attempt to unify computing across disparate devices and accounts in a way that looks and feels cohesive. It’s stunningly fast, it presents apps in a new way that avoids the repetitiveness of Android and iOS, and it feels connected to your life and the Internet.” CNET *Windows 8 released on October 12, 2012, Windows 8.1 to be released October 17, 2013
  • 20. Dell Healthcare Marrying the best of both worlds with Windows 8 at the bedside Accessing Windows 8 applications and any existing legacy x86 application at the touch of a screen Windows 8 application Windows x86 application swipe
  • 21. Dell Healthcare Increasing adoption of Windows 8 by leading healthcare ISV vendors
  • 22. 22 Dell Healthcare Windows 8 delivers signification lower management costs when compared to iOS PACS EMR HIS internet Windows 8 versus iOS tablet Hypothetical hospital purchasing 250 tablets and maintaining them over 3 yrs 11x faster deployment Saving 140 hrs in system prep and applications installation 59% cheaper to manage over the span of three years 99% faster software updates Saving 49 hoursSystem Management (Microsoft SCCM or Dell KACE) Because a Windows 8 tablet is managed like any standard Windows-based laptop: - easy device set-up - easy printer set-up - easy computer management - easy restoring to initial image - easy device security
  • 23. Dell Windows 8 tablets at a glance
  • 24. 24 Dell Healthcare One team for greater organizational IT effectiveness and end-user productivity
  • 25. 25 Dell Healthcare Dell offers choice with mobile touch-enabled devices Venue Pro 8 The best productivity companion for your Windows® world Venue Pro 11 Power of an ultra- book and portability of a tablet XPS Duo 12 Work or play on your terms Tablets with Business in Mind Go-Anywhere Productivity Best-in-Class Support and Service Security and Manageability XPS 11 Perfecting the 2-in-1 device
  • 26. 26 Dell Healthcare Do more while carrying less, in a secure and manageable environment you know and trust Healthcare Equipped Go-Anywhere Productivity Built for mobile clinicians, the Venue Pro 11 allows you to access patient data quickly and easily with the familiarity of the Windows 8 ecosystem Manage the Venue Pro 11 just as you would any other PC in your medical environment, with management, security and support from a global partner you know and trust Three Intel® versions (32 bit & 64 bit options) 1) Atom™ Quad Core / 2GB RAM; 64GB SSD 2) 4th Gen Pentium & Core i3 ;4/8GB RAM; 64/128/256GB SSD 3) 4th Gen Pentium & Core i5; 4/8GB RAM; 64/128/256GB SSD
  • 27. 27 Dell Healthcare Tablet convenience with laptop performance thanks to Intel 4th generation processors “Clover View” (Clover Trail) Intel Atom Processor “Haswell” 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Venue Pro 11 “Valley View” (Bay Trail) Intel Atom Celeron, Pentium Processor “Ivy Bridge” 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processor (no Dell tablet) Venue Pro 11Latitude 10 Breakthrough performance • Up to 60% better CPU • Up to 2x better graphics Biggest battery life gain ever • 9 hours go all day • 20x power reduction in idle
  • 28. 28 Dell Healthcare Lock-free docking station for easy grab & go Vertical charging position for use in a desktop-like environment with rear Ethernet, HDMI, DP and USB 3.0 (3x) ports Lightweight (717g/1.58lb) to minimize fatigue when holding the unit on the go Crystal-clear 10.8” HD IPS (1920x1080) wide view angle LCD for reviewing medical images Made for the highest level of portability and usability
  • 29. 29 Dell Healthcare NFC reader for single swap user authentication and swift reading of clinical specimens Designed with healthcare in mind Sleek-design to fully clean the device for reducing spread of infection Bluetooth and USB 3.0 for hassle-free connection with patient monitoring devices such as SpO2 and blood pressure meters All-day 9+ hours battery* (swappable) to enable a nurse to carry the same tablet during an entire shift Noise-free* unit suitable for using in the quietest hospital rooms Fan-less* to reduce the concerns surrounding dust accumulation * air-fans for iCore 3/5 version High resolution camera for capturing patient photo during admission and taking pictures of skin lesions (8MP rear/2MP front) Reinforced magnesium alloy casing with Corning® Glass to help protect against accidental drops on busy wards and more …
  • 30. 30 Dell Healthcare Capacitive multi-touch HD 10.8” display with high precision pen to easily annotate, draw, or take notes Consume and create patient data at your own terms Keyboard Mobile for effortless typing and cursor operation. Built-in rechargeable battery to extend tablet battery life by 50%. Keyboard Slim super thin light weight design that not only increases productivity but also protects your screen
  • 31. 31 Dell Healthcare Smart card reader* for easy user authentication and/or for reading of patient information such as name, date-of-birth, blood type, allergies, medications and medical conditions Equipped to be “safe to lose” and to conform to compliance standards for patient privacy Fingerprint reader* for password replacement and regulation compliance for patient protection The Venue Pro 11 tablet delivers more hardware, authentication, data protection, tracking and recovery security features than any other tablet device on the market today Noble lock slot for added hardware security Dell Data Protection | Encryption (DDP|E) for encrypting all user data wherever it resides Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2 hardware to allow networks to check device integrity and to assign full trust * Security version only
  • 32. 32 Dell Healthcare Full screen sharing with WiDi during clinical reviews Stream medical imaged and patient files directly to projector or large LCD screen using Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi) or Miracast™ without bothering about cables and wires.
  • 33. 33 Dell Healthcare Work ready accessories for healthcare professionals on the go Super protective case Mobile cart to charge, secure and transport up to 30 tablets Active stylus pen at home at the bedside 12V car charger Keyboard Privacy and Anti-Glare screen protector Protective case and more … Swappable battery and field replaceable WLAN & WWAN cards and SSD hard drive
  • 34. Dell Healthcare Dell Pro 11 tablet build to bring clinical information to the point of care so… If you are part of the Hospital management team you will be able to: • enhance quality of care and maximize patient safety • reduce length of stay • maximize productivity of medical staff If you are part of the hospital IT staff you will be able to: • deploy, manage, secure and maintain tablets in the same trusted way as with any other Windows computer in your IT environment • standardize end-user equipment across all hospital areas • ensure data security on tablets and conform to regulatory compliance standards for patient privacy If you are a doctor or a nurse at the point of care you will be able to: • reduce administrative workload and focus on patients • ease and improve accuracy of clinical decision process • minimize avoidable medical errors

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