WWT Educational Webcast

     Wireless Mobility in Healthcare
Wireless Mobility in Healthcare


□   Bob Olwig, WWT
□   Bruce Alexander, Cisco
□   Grace Lanni, Motion Computing
□   Gabi...
Questions are Encouraged




     You can ask questions during the
   presentation by using the link provided
          in...
Your Success Drives Ours




 □   Relentless Focus on People, Process & Partnerships
 □   Strong Partner Relationships
 □ ...
Question 1




□   What are some things we should consider
    when securing a wireless network?
Control WLANs Before
They Control You

   Protect your network
         A corporate controlled WLAN
         eliminates 99...
Mapping Wireless Security Policies
to the Wired Network
                                                                  ...
The Business Agenda
Business and Security Compliance Is Top of Mind
for Executives

 Protecting sensitive business and cus...
Question 2




□   What are the requirements regarding the
    design and layout of Access Points in a
    Healthcare envi...
Question 3




□   What are the key applications in hospitals
    that Active RFID can be used for and who
    are the use...
Key Applications



 Real-time                                                            Workflow &
                     ...
Real-time Asset Management

 Challenge
      Maintaining par levels for equipment throughout the hospital departments
    ...
Preventive Maintenance

 Challenge
      Patient equipment must be maintained periodically in order to have
      highly f...
Temperature Monitoring

 Challenge
      Nursing, lab and pharmacy staff must perform manual temperature monitoring
      ...
Patient & Staff Safety

 Challenge
      No effective way to determine the location of medical
      emergencies that occu...
Workflow & Resource Management


Challenge
      Non optimal process & resource management results in patient, staff and
 ...
Question 4




□   How do we get prepared to implement
    mobile point of care?
Defining a Successful Project?
     Include the Executives, Clinical
     Leadership (CMO, CNO) and Technology

     Defin...
Question 5




□   What is the next technology to make an
    impact on Wireless LAN and when is it
    coming?
Cisco Next Generation Wireless
      2x increase in reliability
      5x increase in throughput
      Backwards compatible...
Introducing the Aironet 1250 Access Point

AP1250 is the first enterprise class Wi-Fi
CERTIFIED 802.11n draft 2.0 access p...
802.11n Business Benefits Summary
    Next Generation Wireless delivers
1   performance approaching wired


2   Consistent...
Question 6




□   What are hospitals purchasing C5 for?
Motion C5 Clinical Outcomes Gained

     Mobility – true mobile and wireless point of care
     integrating pen w/o being ...
Motion C5 Clinical Outcomes Gained

     Patient identification – qualified access to patient
     record
      • Increase...
Question 7




□   What are the advantages of using the Wi-Fi
    network for tracking assets and people
    throughout th...
A Ubiquitous Standard Network for
Visibility

Healthcare visibility problems are distributed throughout the entire
       ...
Using Wi-Fi for Location

     Non-Wi-Fi Infrastructure:                     Wi-Fi based Infrastructure:
                 ...
How Does it Work?




   Wi-Fi-Based Active RFID tags send a tiny wireless 802.11 signal at a regular
   interval
        ...
Question 8




□   What is the profile of a hospital or user of
    mobility solutions?
Question & Answer Session




     You can ask questions during the
   presentation by using the link provided
          i...
Thank You.
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Aeroscout Wwt Wireless Mobilityin Hc Webcast

  1. 1. WWT Educational Webcast Wireless Mobility in Healthcare
  2. 2. Wireless Mobility in Healthcare □ Bob Olwig, WWT □ Bruce Alexander, Cisco □ Grace Lanni, Motion Computing □ Gabi Daniely, AeroScout □ Derek Lohman, WWT
  3. 3. Questions are Encouraged You can ask questions during the presentation by using the link provided in the Webcast Viewer.
  4. 4. Your Success Drives Ours □ Relentless Focus on People, Process & Partnerships □ Strong Partner Relationships □ Over 1,000 Talented Employees □ Proven Processes □ Revenues In Excess of $2 Billion □ Strong Credit Line - $350MM + □ Key Contract Vehicles: VHA, HPG ITES-2H, GSA, SEWP
  5. 5. Question 1 □ What are some things we should consider when securing a wireless network?
  6. 6. Control WLANs Before They Control You Protect your network A corporate controlled WLAN eliminates 99% of rogue APs Deploy strong authentication and strong encryption Protect mobile clients “Endpoint systems Mobile clients are exposed to are vulnerable and hostile networks more often represent the most likely point of infection from (think hotels, airports, coffee which a virus or worm can shop hot spots) spread rapidly and cause serious disruption and Keep mobile clients “honest” economic damage.” Use Network Admission Control Burton Group (NAC) to make sure clients have the latest patches and AV definitions © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco 6
  7. 7. Mapping Wireless Security Policies to the Wired Network To Distribution/ Multiple WLAN security Core Layer policies Data vs. voice vs. legacy devices vs. guest access, depending on device AP Channel: 6 capability SSID “Data” = VLAN 1 SSID to VLAN mapping—provides SSID “Voice” = VLAN 2 appropriate wireless L2 segmentation SSID “Visitor” = VLAN 3 Permits mapping WLAN security policies to wired security policies No dependence on WLAN device capability Use security features on the interface which terminates wireless traffic Can enforce the necessary access security, regardless of access method (guest, unencrypted/voice, WEP/etc.) © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco 7
  8. 8. The Business Agenda Business and Security Compliance Is Top of Mind for Executives Protecting sensitive business and customer data is the key focus of regulatory compliance requirements All Publicly Traded Companies Must: Sarbanes- a) Maintain an adequate internal control structure and procedures Oxley for financial reporting b) Assess the effectiveness of internal control structures Maintain Administrative, Technical and Physical Safeguards To: a) Ensure the integrity and confidentiality of patient information HIPAA b) Protect against threats or hazards; unauthorized uses or disclosures of patient information Any Merchant (Including Electronic) Using Payment Cards, Must: a) Build and maintain a secure network PCI b) Protect and encrypt cardholder data c) Regularly monitor and test networks, including wireless © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco 8
  9. 9. Question 2 □ What are the requirements regarding the design and layout of Access Points in a Healthcare environment?
  10. 10. Question 3 □ What are the key applications in hospitals that Active RFID can be used for and who are the users?
  11. 11. Key Applications Real-time Workflow & Preventive Temperature Patient & Asset Resource Maintenance Monitoring Staff Safety Management Management www.aeroscout.com CONFIDENTIAL Page 11
  12. 12. Real-time Asset Management Challenge Maintaining par levels for equipment throughout the hospital departments Efficient management of the decontamination process of medical devices Equipment orders must be fulfilled on time so that not to delay procedures and drug administration Loss and theft of mobile devices Low asset utilization rates result in excessive and unnecessary purchasing and rental of medical devices Solution Automated real-time inventory and location reports Full control of rental equipment inventory and items out for repair/maintenance Automated par level maintenance and control of equipment at specific locations (e.g. shortage/surplus of pumps in clean/soiled utility rooms and on medical devices leaving the facility/area) Identify trends in equipment availability and utilization www.aeroscout.com CONFIDENTIAL Page 12
  13. 13. Preventive Maintenance Challenge Patient equipment must be maintained periodically in order to have highly functioning equipment for quality patient care and JACHO regulatory compliance. Equipment cannot be located on time leading to non compliance with regulatory requirements Valuable staff time spent on searching for assets due for PM Solution Tagged equipment is located immediately according to preventive maintenance pickup schedule Automated maintenance alerts include equipment location, enabling biomedical engineers to perform work in a timely manner Stored tag location and event history for audits www.aeroscout.com CONFIDENTIAL Page 13
  14. 14. Temperature Monitoring Challenge Nursing, lab and pharmacy staff must perform manual temperature monitoring and logging several times a day (blood, drugs, vaccines, food, tissue samples) JCAHO requires to maintain daily records and continuous temperature monitoring for storage refrigerators and freezers Logging mechanisms are unreliable (lost data and gaps in records) and utilize labor inefficiently Solution Temperature Sensor Wi-Fi Tags placed in refrigerators provide automated 24x7 constant temperature reads No hard wires and easy to install Alert on exceeded temperature readings Maintain temperature historical and alerts data www.aeroscout.com CONFIDENTIAL Page 14
  15. 15. Patient & Staff Safety Challenge No effective way to determine the location of medical emergencies that occur out-of-room Hospital staff may often work with patients that pose a risk to staff At-risk patients (Psychiatric ward, Alzheimer, elderly, etc.) wandering and elopement Solution Patients wear call-button tags, and press the button in case of an emergency to signal medical staff immediately Staff can carry call-button tags which they can press upon encountering an emergency Patient movement between zones (exit event), into a specific restricted area (entrance event), or away from confined area triggers immediate alert to closest on-call staff. www.aeroscout.com CONFIDENTIAL Page 15
  16. 16. Workflow & Resource Management Challenge Non optimal process & resource management results in patient, staff and equipment delays in hospital departments (e.g. OR/ER) Solution Online equipment/staff/patient tracking required for procedures Patient workflow tracking from admission to discharge Alert prior to a procedure if any necessary equipment is missing Location information is automatically sent to scheduling system, enabling procedure prioritization in real-time based on location and status Throughput analysis (wait times, bottlenecks, fixed asset utilization) www.aeroscout.com CONFIDENTIAL Page 16
  17. 17. Question 4 □ How do we get prepared to implement mobile point of care?
  18. 18. Defining a Successful Project? Include the Executives, Clinical Leadership (CMO, CNO) and Technology Define Clinical Goal(s) Clinical Usability Project Management Wireless Network Validation Clinical Workflow Analysis (hardware & software) (SSO, imaging, etc.) Training & Support Strategy Measurement and Reporting Units & Peripherals Design 18 MOTION COMPUTING CONFIDENTIAL
  19. 19. Question 5 □ What is the next technology to make an impact on Wireless LAN and when is it coming?
  20. 20. Cisco Next Generation Wireless 2x increase in reliability 5x increase in throughput Backwards compatible with existing 802.11abg clients Operates in 2.4GHz and 5GHz MIMO improves wireless network reliability and predictability Throughput Reliability Predictability Time to File Transfer Roving Laptop Comparison Laptop Rotational Spin 11g 24 11n Packet Retries 22 20 Throughput 20 11g 18 15 16 14 SAMPLE 11n 10 SAMPLE 12 11n SAMPLE 10 5 11g 8 0 50 100 150 200 250 0 0 20 40 60 0 2 4 6 Time Time © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco 20
  21. 21. Introducing the Aironet 1250 Access Point AP1250 is the first enterprise class Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 802.11n draft 2.0 access point Selected for the Wi-Fi test bed ALL clients that are Wi-Fi certified will be tested with the AP1250 Designed to support higher speed WLAN technologies Faster CPU, increased memory for expanded features Expect a gradual migration to 802.11n Architectural flexibility Backwards compatibility with ABG Tested interoperability with Intel during development © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco 21
  22. 22. 802.11n Business Benefits Summary Next Generation Wireless delivers 1 performance approaching wired 2 Consistent mobility applications deployed across wired and wireless 3 802.11n delivers 5x throughput for bandwidth intensive applications Greater reliability and predictability 4 for challenging RF and latency sensitive applications Extends network reach into hard-to- 5 wire locations © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco 22
  23. 23. Question 6 □ What are hospitals purchasing C5 for?
  24. 24. Motion C5 Clinical Outcomes Gained Mobility – true mobile and wireless point of care integrating pen w/o being tethered to a keyboard or a WOW • Reduce # steps a nurse takes during a shift • Increase time a nurse spends with the patient • Decrease errors (no duplicated entry/loss of data) • Increased nursing satisfaction Infection Prevention – Motion C5 industrial design supports procedures to eliminate microbial threats posed by keyboards within the clinical workflow • Increase in staff and patient safety • Increase quality of care Vitals integration – fast realization of tangible benefit for clinicians • Decrease the delay in time between vitals & I/O acquisition and availability in patient record • Decrease errors (no duplicated entry/loss of data) 24 MOTION COMPUTING CONFIDENTIAL
  25. 25. Motion C5 Clinical Outcomes Gained Patient identification – qualified access to patient record • Increase the speed and accuracy of charting • Increase the % of charting and orders done bedside Med Administration - enable 5 rights at bedside without cart • Increase adherence to 5 rights • Decrease # separate devices necessary to support workflow Clinician Satisfaction – deploy technology and define benefit 25 MOTION COMPUTING CONFIDENTIAL
  26. 26. Question 7 □ What are the advantages of using the Wi-Fi network for tracking assets and people throughout the hospital?
  27. 27. A Ubiquitous Standard Network for Visibility Healthcare visibility problems are distributed throughout the entire hospital campus and outside hospitals Requires a standard ubiquitous solution throughout the healthcare facilities that will: • Leverage existing networks • Keep management and maintenance costs low • Keep TCO as low as possible Wi-Fi-based Active RFID www.aeroscout.com CONFIDENTIAL Page 27
  28. 28. Using Wi-Fi for Location Non-Wi-Fi Infrastructure: Wi-Fi based Infrastructure: The existing WLAN is the location Single-purpose Active RFID system, often without the need readers for location add for additional hardware. unnecessary infrastructure. + Data Services + Data Services + Voice Services + Voice Services + Location Services + Location Services Fast ROI, ability to track Wi-Fi devices, no + Overhead, wiring, support x2 interoperability or interference issues www.aeroscout.com CONFIDENTIAL Page 28
  29. 29. How Does it Work? Wi-Fi-Based Active RFID tags send a tiny wireless 802.11 signal at a regular interval Tag’s messages consume less than 1/2msec, tags do not associate with Wi-Fi access points and do not require thousands of IP addresses Signal is received by the Wi-Fi access points, and is sent to a Location Engine The Location Engine determines the tag’s location, and sends it to the visibility software Visibility software uses location data to display maps and reports, enable searches, create alerts, manage assets, etc. www.aeroscout.com CONFIDENTIAL Page 29
  30. 30. Question 8 □ What is the profile of a hospital or user of mobility solutions?
  31. 31. Question & Answer Session You can ask questions during the presentation by using the link provided in the Webcast Viewer.
  32. 32. Thank You.

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