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Integrating efficiency into healthcare - a life cycle approach

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The Healthcare financial situation is critical. Energy Efficiency and Productivity Opportunities are rarely delivered as expected. Why? Learn how to ensure the lowest life cycle costs of your facility infrastructure, improve financial performance, improve patient and staff safety, simplify regulatory practices and increase patient satisfaction.

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  • Ensuring that healthcare organizations reduce costs leading to improved financial performance is the first step towards improving patient and staff safety which naturally flows to an improvement in patient satisfaction. When the finances are taken care of, the rest usually falls into place unless corruption sets in...
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Integrating efficiency into healthcare - a life cycle approach

  1. 1. 1Integrating Efficiency into Healthcare:A Life Cycle ApproachWarren RosebraughDirector, Solution ArchitectsTweet Live!#SchneiderXE
  2. 2. 2ObjectivesUpon Completion of this course, you will be able to●Define Solution-Based Design Process●Identify Healthcare System Priorities and Needs●Lifecycle Considerations●Identify How Intelligent Infrastructure Impacts● Functional Areas● Energy Management● Business Value●Identify how Integrated Control Platform Reduces CAPEX and OPEX●Define Integration “Use Cases”●Compare Traditional vs. Solution Based Delivery Methods
  3. 3. 3Solution-BasedDesign Process
  4. 4. 4Solutions-based design process
  5. 5. 5Health system prioritiesImprove FinancialPerformanceImprove Safetyand SecuritySimplify RegulatoryComplianceIncrease PatientSatisfactionImprove StaffProductivityPrioritiesand Needs
  6. 6. 6Patient room of the future - NeedsPatientSatisfactionPatient SecurityALOSIndoor EnvironmentalQualityEnergyEfficiencyEntertainment OptionsQuiet EnvironmentSimple PatientInterfaceLight LevelControlModern GUIStaff ProductivitySimple WorkflowAutomated ComplianceReportingReduced LiabilityRiskCreates Positive PRFlexible ConfigurationReduces HumanErrorVisitor Experience
  7. 7. 7LifecycleConsiderations
  8. 8. 8Lifecycle cost considerationInfrastructure investment criteria● Clinical technologies have an 18-month to 3-year life-cycle● Infrastructure technologies have a 15 to 30-year life-cycleFacility lifecycle
  9. 9. 9Energy use in hospitals
  10. 10. 10Energy management lifecycle
  11. 11. 11IntelligentInfrastructures
  12. 12. 12Intelligent Infrastructures
  13. 13. 13Functional Areas Impacted
  14. 14. 14Energy Management Lifecycle
  15. 15. 15Impact on Business Priorities
  16. 16. 16Integrated ControlPlatform
  17. 17. 17Traditional facilities designWhite SpaceManagementCritical PowerManagementIntrusionDetectionBuildingManagementLightingVideo AccessControlFire Safety EnergyManagementClinical &AdministrativeRTLS PatientInfant StaffRegulatoryComplianceBiometrics Elevator Intercom VisitorManagement• Multiple networks from differentvendors• Too many systems to learn• Complex troubleshooting• Higher capital and operationalexpenditures• Obstacles to achieving energyefficiency
  18. 18. 18Delivers• Improved patient care• Improved patient / staff safety• Increase staff efficiency• Low energy cost• Improve financial performanceLower OpEx• Maintain design KPI’s• Faster training deployment• Minimized maintenance cost• Continuous commissioningIntegrated Control PlatformReduce CapEx• Lowered equipment,software &installation costs• Common footprint
  19. 19. 19Enterprise-level monitoring and reporting
  20. 20. 20Making sense of big dataFacilityBenchmarkingBehaviorEmpoweringDashboardsProactiveFaultDetectionCarbonFootprintAnalysisPredictiveModelingInformedEnergyProcurementStandardizedComplianceReportingIncidentForensics
  21. 21. 21UseCases
  22. 22. 22Value of a use caseImprove FinancialPerformanceImprove Safetyand SecuritySimplify RegulatoryComplianceIncrease PatientSatisfactionImprove StaffProductivityPrioritiesand NeedsTranslatesBusiness ValueDefines actualfunctionalityPart ofConstructionDocuments
  23. 23. 23Integration with Clinical Systems – Use Case“HL7 Protocol”Hospital WANTCP/IPBed ManagementADT Software NurseCallIR RTLSCATSecurityAccess ControlIntercomDoor ControlParkingElevatorsVideo ManagementServerSQLServerIP CCTVBuilding AutomationVAV ControlCentral PlantPower MeteringLightingHVACRegulatoryReportingTelephoneInterfaceAmplifierPBX
  24. 24. 24Mechanical
  25. 25. 25Security
  26. 26. Implementation
  27. 27. 27Traditional project approach
  28. 28. 28Solution-based approach
  29. 29. 29Integration costs 12-15% lessLess hardwareLess installationLess structuredcablingProject managementefficienciesContractual efficienciesSite efficiencies
  30. 30. 30Contracting methodology for anintegrated system?●Questions you are asking yourself● How do you get guaranteed fair pricing?● How do I know what I want?●Typically:● Bidding individual specifications based on different system Divisions● Provide deduct for advanced integration based on savings,If awarded all systems●Instead, Do This● Bid ONE package with low voltage as one specification (BMS, security,CCTV, fire, nurse call, lighting control, power metering, networking)● Use the Division 25 Specification to define integration via Use Cases●Consider multiple-year maintenance agreement● True cost of ownership evaluated● Bundled service agreements for multiple systems to gain cost savings.●Cost plus / guaranteed maximum price
  31. 31. 31Questions?Thank You

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