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Improving Hospital Support Systems and Facility efficiency with IOT_Michael Sullivan_IoTWC16_SS.pdf

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Improving Hospital Support Systems and Facility efficiency with IOT_Michael Sullivan_IoTWC16_SS.pdf

  1. 1. IMPROVING HOSPITAL SUPPORT SYSTEMS AND FACILITY EFFICIENCY WITH IOT Helping healthcare facilities thrive at every level with innovative digital hospital solutions. Presented by: Michael Sullivan Global Healthcare Solution Vice President Page 1Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  2. 2. AGENDA Page 2Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | 1 Challenges and trends 2 Innovation at Every Level in Hospitals 3 Case Studies
  3. 3. Key challenges in Healthcare • Financial health (operating costs and budget constraints) • Patient safety (Energy availability and reliability and HAIs) • Patient satisfaction (Insurance reimbursement and hospital reputation) • Hospital security (violent attacks, theft, infant abduction) • Aging facilities (Maintenance backlog, no longer fit for purpose, new construction) • Staff productivity (workflow efficiency, more time with patients) • Regulatory compliance (Strict compliance, need to automate and simplify) Page 3Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  4. 4. Confidential Property of Schneider Electric Page 4Confidential Property of Schneider Electric Page 4 Internet of things is driving social change With interoperability• In 2016, there are two Billions mobile phones already connected to the Internet • By 2020, Billions of sensors in Buildings, presence sensors, humidity sensors, intrusion detectors, card readers, etc….and other THINGS IN THE BUILDING connected or available to the Internet • Continuous feeds of data from billions of connected objects will give us new ways to PERCIEVE AND UNDERSTAND THE BEHAVIOR OF PEOPLE AND BUILDINGS
  5. 5. Building Management Power & Energy Management Cognitive, Analytics, Benchmarks, Behaviors, Understanding Lighting Control, Work Place Efficiency Building and Workforce Efficiency: 30% Internet of things is driving social change From efficient to efficient plus social… Design Hospitals Systems for Occupants Consider Emerging Social Models • Uber – Healthcare on Demand • Facebook – Benchmark Best Doctors • Twitter – Alert Good and Bad Performance • Google Ads – Diagnose and Suggest Operate Hospitals for Occupants Drive Sustainability • HVAC and Comfort with the Patient in mind • Purposed Lighting is Better and Cost Less • People and Asset Tracking for Efficiency People Productivity $420 /ft2/year
  6. 6. Source: Rock Health Funding Database Note: Only includes U.S. deals >$2M; data through December 8, 2015 Digital health is on the rise Page 6Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  7. 7. Five ways we help Healthcare customers Improve Financial Health Reinforce Hospital Security Enhance Patient Safety Improve Patient Satisfaction Improve availability, safety and quality of power to protect your patients and your staff Control room environment to prevent spread of diseases Reduce patient stress by allowing them to control their room environment Monitor and reduce noise impacting patient recovery Protect patients, staff and assets with real- time security information. Healthcare facilities are the 2nd most energy intensive buildings. Reducing energy use improves financial health Page 7Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | From emergency room to executive office, we ensure safety, reliability, comfort & improve your hospital's financial health 1 2 3 4 5 Increase Staff Efficiency Provide tools to your staff that will help them deliver better care and operational efficiency
  8. 8. Page 8Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Apps & Analytics to drive Services Edge Control Connected Products Intelligent Power Management Metering Monitoring Fault detection Automatic generator testing Operating Theater Environment Monitoring Intelligent Building Management HVAC Lighting Room Control EcoStruxure in Buildings Energy Supply Sustainability Demand Breakers – Smart Panels – Meters – Relays – UPS – Sensors & Actuators RTLS tags – Third-party devices Workplace Efficiency RTLS Clinical Environment Optimization Noise Monitoring Remote patient room control Weather prediction Asset Management Power Analytics Building Analytics Asset Performance Management
  9. 9. Apps, analytics, and services Edge control Connected products The connected hospital Full IP backbone • Sensing, control, and communication • Building IoT enabler • Easy to install and configure Collaborative building platform • Open protocols and web services • Complete building management: HVAC, lighting, room, space, energy, access, cabling • Mobile user experience Cybersecurity Outpatient clinics/ retail healthcare Lite Large/ critical hospitals Efficient operations using building analytics • Preventive and predictive maintenance • Remote diagnostics • Customers for life Efficiency; people, productivity, and well-being 1 million building installed base On cloud or on premises SmartStruxure: A hospital’s digital hub One global IP building management system platform harnessing the BIoT for buildings of the future
  10. 10. PowerStruxure: Power distribution redefined Aseamlesslyintegratedpowermanagementsystemredefiningpowerdistribution The augmented power system A simple and cost-effective solution for small and mid-size buildings Avoids costly downtime Simpler to maintain Ensures safety and improves operational efficiency Outpatient clinics/ Retail healthcare Large/ critical hospitals #1 analytics from the power leader Global leadership in power distribution 50 years of innovation credentials On cloud or on premises Lite Core expertise in power quality, network management, energy efficiency Apps, analytics, and services Edge control Connected products Cybersecurity
  11. 11. Innovation at every level in hospitals Page 11Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Click on the image to play the video.
  12. 12. In hospitals, outpatient facilities, and senior residences, we: Improve efficiency, patient safety, and the patient experience with the right information to the right person — anytime, anywhere. Page 12Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  13. 13. Confidential Property of Schneider ElectricConfidential Property of Schneider Electric 13 1. Energy and sustainability solutions Reduce hospital energy bills by up to 30% and meet sustainability goals and government mandates. 3. Power management solutions Ensure patient safety through critical power supply and monitoring. 2. Building management solutions Automate, monitor, and control your hospital’s infrastructure to improve operational efficiency and staff productivity. 4. IT Infrastructure solutions Secure your electronic health records with critical power and cooling for your data closets. 5. Security solutions Reinforce hospital security with integrated access control, video surveillance, RTLS, and more. Helping hospitals thrive at every level From the healthcare enterprise to outpatient facilities and senior living Page 13Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  14. 14. Page 14Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Apps & Analytics to drive Services Edge Control Connected Products Intelligent Power Management Metering Monitoring Fault detection Automatic generator testing Operating Theater Environment Monitoring Intelligent Building Management HVAC Lighting Room Control End-to-end expertise Energy Supply Sustainability Demand Breakers – Smart Panels – Meters – Relays – UPS – Sensors & Actuators RTLS tags – Third-party devices Workplace Efficiency RTLS Clinical Environment Optimization Noise Monitoring Remote patient room control Weather prediction Asset Management Power Analytics Building Analytics Asset Performance Management Northwell Moorfields Energy Management Asset Management Workplace Efficiency Intelligent Power Management Intelligent Building Management Academic MC Children’s Research Laboratory CHI
  15. 15. Customer challenge 450,000 sq. ft. research laboratory needed: • Monitoring of central and zone ventilation system • Building performance insight • Building data consolidation via 1 front end The solution •Building Analytics Customer benefits • Building Analytics identified several major problems resulting in $286K in annual savings The results: Life Is On with ... HVAC znalytics that provide significant operational savings and prevents costly equipment failure. Research Laboratory Massachusetts, USA Nationally recognized US research and teaching hospital Based on Building Analytics findings, the following work has been performed: • 84 VAV boxes were re-commissioned. • 52 VAV box reheat valves were replaced. • 12 VAV box actuators were replaced. • An air handler chilled water valve was rebuilt. • Multiple controls adjustments were made. Page 15Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  16. 16. Customer challenge • Transformer failure leading to $1M in repairs and revenue losses and bad public image. • Inefficient processes led to wasted time and resources • Lack of insight to facility health The solution • Asset Performance Management as a Service (APMaaS) Customer benefits • After APMaaS was installed Service Advisors detected an issue on a second transformer. They replaced it right away, saving the hospital another potential $1M failure. The results: Life Is On with ... Analytics that provide actionable predictive maintenance information that protects hospital budgets and patient safety. Large Academic Medical Center New York, USA Nationally recognized US research and teaching hospital “APM platform significantly reduced the complexity of the user interface and allowed our operators to have all essential information delivered in a unified and concise format’ - Facility Manager, Large Academic Medical Center Page 16Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  17. 17. Customer challenge • 15 hospitals spread over a large geographic area • Snow and thunderstorms can cause power outages and disrupt patient transportation • Needed quick and accurate weather notification for each facility The solution •WeatherSentry Online provides 2-way weather information includes storm tracking, forecasts, real-time lightning detection, alerts, and meteorological consulting Customer benefits • Helps prepare facilities for approaching weather concerns • Ensures safer transport of patients between facilities • Provides time to take proactive action • Protects employees • Assists in scheduling of weather-sensitive facilities upgrades The results: Life Is On with ... Weather information that protects patients, staff, and hospital uptime Northwell Health New York, US Second-largest non-profit, secular healthcare system in the United States “It’s been very helpful so far. When our employees are on the road, we are able to load their location into the system, and feed them updates on the weather for their location. During Hurricane Earl, we were able to ask the meteorologists for their interpretation of the forecast track. This service allows me to tailor the alerts for each of our locations, and for the conditions of concern to us. It’s a huge advantage to us that each facility can get its own updates.” - Joe Martino, Emergency Management Coordinator, North Shore LIJ Page 17Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  18. 18. Customer challenge •Multiple legacy systems •Aging infrastructure •Worldwide reputation to uphold The solution • StruxureWare for Healthcare software suite • Operating theater panel solution • Real-time Location System solution Customer benefits • Innovative technology brings aging facilities into the modern era • Easy-to-use products and systems that simplify and optimize day-to-day facilities operation • Visibility of patient and clinician workflows to optimize future facility design The results: Life Is On with ... Solutions that provide innovation at every level of the hospital’s facility infrastructure. Moorfields Eye Hospital London, England World-class center of excellence for ophthalmic research and education “We adopted new technologies to integrate legacy systems across the facility and provide one interface to the facility management team, allowing them to monitor and control the infrastructure throughout the hospital. The openness of StruxureWare for Healthcare allowed us to integrate other technologies like tap flushing to ensure that our systems are not only operating as planned but also in cohesion with other systems across the facility.” - Chris Harding, Director of Estates and Facilities, Moorfields Eye Hospital Page 18Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  19. 19. The Australian Centre for Health Innovation Page 19Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Click on the image to play the video.
  20. 20. Customer challenge • Construction of new $1.2B pediatric trauma center to replace existing aging facility The solution • Complete digital hospital infrastructure design including SmartStruxure, PowerStruxure, security management, noise monitoring, patient room control apps, smart connect devices, and IT/OT integration with enterprise service bus Customer benefits • Welcome patients with “at home” environment for improved quality of care and satisfaction. • Simplify daily activities and improve operational efficiency by delivering 50+ systems through one seamless interface. • Provide staff with the real-time information they need to quickly and effectively. The results: Life Is On with ... Solutions that provide innovation at every level of the hospital’s facility infrastructure. Children’s Hospital Australia A leader in innovative patient care and digital infrastructure design “This hospital will be the center piece of the area’s child health care system, providing the specialty medical treatment required for the most serious medical cases. The design and service models were chosen to deliver best practice care for children and a welcoming environment for families and staff.” - Children’s Hospital Page 20Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |

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