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Preparing healthcare networks for mobility, digitalization and IoT


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Healthcare Solutions: Will your network support the growing demands that mobility, digitization and IoT will bring?

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Preparing healthcare networks for mobility, digitalization and IoT

  1. 1. Enterprise Network Requirements for Optimized Care Pathway
  2. 2. Trends Impacting Healthcare Industry •One Network Infrastructure: Always On •Ethernet LAN for backbone datacenter and access •Wi-Fi for mobile access, location tracking Transformation & Digital Innovation •Comply •To Industry Regulations and Privacy obligations Regulations & Compliance •Cost awareness •Increase efficiency •Adapt cost to business Cost Control & Predictability •Changing market •Departmental Demands Adapting to Market Forces
  3. 3. Mobility, Digitization and IoT Technology Impact On… Health Professionals Patients in hospital Patients at home More than 75% of all patients expect to use digital services [for healthcare] in the future. 5 Patients want access to social media and the Internet from their bedside. 1 Wireless Trends in Healthcare, Netmotion wireless; 2 Informationweek Healthcare; 3 Mobile Usage in the Medical Space, AmericanEMR; 4 eClinicalworks Survey; 5 McKinsey Digital Patient Survey, 2014; 6 Parks Associates Can your network infrastructure sustain the growth in your department(s)?
  4. 4. Mobility, Digitization and IoT Technology Impact On… Digitization of Everything Workflow Evolution to Wi-Fi Remote Monitoring & Tracking Seamless, secure access to digital data through an integrated wireless infrastructure helps improve patient care, reduce medical errors and facilitate workflow 3 73% of clinicians say mobile enables faster, more flexible workflows 4 1; 2; 3; 4; 5 Will your network support the growing demands that Digitization and IoT will bring? 2 By 2017, the number of home health monitoring devices with integrated connectivity is projected to reach 7.1 million 5 1. Electronic Medical Records (EMR) 2. Digital Imaging 3. Telehealth 4. Workflow 1 Wireless flexible sensors
  5. 5. Optimizing the Care Pathway to Deliver Optimal Outcomes Highly Resilient Network & Communications Infrastructure EMR Accessibility Cost Efficiency Quality Response Time Diagnostic: Radiology Laboratory Pathology Consultations Rehabilitation Discharge Post Discharge Appointment Patient Event t1 t2 Therapeutic: Medications Blood transfusion Prognosis: Progress monitoring Admission Emergency Superior Patient & Visitors Experience Efficient & Quality Care Delivery by Clinical Staff
  6. 6. Unified Access Intelligent Fabric One Network Infrastructure Reduce costs, increase reliability, cloud ready Unified LAN and WLAN Design Intelligence Smart Analytics for Big Data Smart Analytics ONE Network
  7. 7. One Private Network for Every Department Secure access, secure separation Unified Access Centrally Created Locally Enforced Plug ‘n’ Play tenant Universal Profile Classify Authorize Auto Provision Container Quality Security Security Department Private Network Facilities Department Private Network A virtual private network for every department Bio Medical Private Network Enabling departmental agility and security
  8. 8. One proven network; working with hospitals to deliver optimal care Key Takeaways Helping Healthcare Providers Optimize the Care Pathway •Optimizing the care pathway by enabling the digitization of healthcare delivery Transformation & Digital Innovation •One secure, highly robust and reliable network Regulations & Compliance •Smart Analytics, evidence-based predictability and flexible CAPEX/OPEX options Cost Control & Predictability •Optimizing the care pathway with a superior experience for clinicians, patients & visitors Adapting to Market Forces
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