Mobile Made Easy Nwsha

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There will be 10 billion mobile devices in 2012 (Cisco). In a rapidly changing healthcare environment how can you build a substainable stategy for secure, flexible and effective line of business applications?

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  • HEALTH VISITORS, district nurses, community nurses, ward based staff, agile workers…Animation so that the areas overlay?
  • IT Field Engineer (changed)
  • IT services (changed)
  • IT services (changed)
  • IT services (changed)
  • IT services (changed)
  • This means that One application can display information from multiple applications Single device Small Fast Offline Multiple activitiesMultiple assessments Photographs Email Calendars
  • This means that One application can display information from multiple applications Single device Small Fast Offline Multiple activitiesMultiple assessments Photographs Email Calendars
  • This means that One application can display information from multiple applications Single device Small Fast Offline Multiple activitiesMultiple assessments Photographs Email Calendars
  • This means that One application can display information from multiple applications Single device Small Fast Offline Multiple activitiesMultiple assessments Photographs Email Calendars
  • This means that One application can display information from multiple applications Single device Small Fast Offline Multiple activitiesMultiple assessments Photographs Email Calendars
  • This means that One application can display information from multiple applications Single device Small Fast Offline Multiple activitiesMultiple assessments Photographs Email Calendars
  • Mobile Made Easy Nwsha

    1. 1. Presentation: John KosTechnical Stuff: Pat Kirby
    2. 2. Mobile technology “It’s Massive!”
    3. 3.  Inexpensive  Reliable  Portable  Reasonable battery life  FamiliarHow do we extend their use beyondemail, calendar and Angry Birds™?
    4. 4. In a rapidly changingenvironment how can youbuild a sustainable strategy forsecure, flexible and effectiveline of business applications?
    5. 5. 6 Critical Questions 1. Which devices? 2. Which development tools? 3. Universal coverage? 4. Security? 5. Mobile Device Management? 6. Integration with existing systems?
    6. 6. 6 Desirable Answers 1. Which devices? Wide possible choice 2. Which development tools? Develop once, run anywhere 3. Universal coverage? Works online and offline 4. Security? Meets NHS guidelines 5. Mobile Device Management? Gives full control 6. Integration with existing systems? Integrates with everything
    7. 7. What this is not about
    8. 8. Who it is about…. Employees whose natural place of work is in the community Health Visitors Community Nurses “I trained to be a nurse because I wanted to help people but I am …IT Engineers? employed as a driver and a typist” Hospital Based
    9. 9. So, who are NDL?  30 years in business serving the UK Public Sector  140+ Local Government & Social Housing Customers Cheshire East, Cheshire West & Chester Council, Stockport Homes, Tameside, Trafford, Shropshire, Halton, Knowsley  52 new NHS Trusts in last 22 months NHS Blackpool, Ashton, Leigh & Wigan, East Lancashire Hospitals, Lancashire Care, Southport and Ormskirk Hospital
    10. 10. Which device?
    11. 11. NDL awiMX Architecture awiMX Server  How easy is it to integrate with back-office systems? Mobile Device Management • Devices  How easy is it to develop mobile • Users applications for multiple platforms? • Applications • Security
    12. 12. MX FormDesigner Design •Create an application •Or select a template •Choose your platforms •Design your forms •Add logic •Connect to your database •Publish
    13. 13. IT Field Engineer - Demo awiMX FormDesigner IT Field Engineer - App Asset SQL Server awiMX Server Database BlackBerry Phone Android Phone Android 10” Tablet Windows Tablet Windows Phone Android 7” Tablet
    14. 14. awiMX The Corporate Mobile Platform Design Deploy Mobile device • Create application • Windows Phone Management • Design forms • Windows Tablets • BlackBerry devices • Devices • Add logic • Android Phones • Users • Connect to Data • Android Tablets • Applications • Publish • Security awiMX – Single corporate mobile platform
    15. 15. How easy is it to integrate with back-office systems? awiMX Server Legacy Database Applications? ADO Web Services
    16. 16. NDL Framework for Integrated Mobile Working
    17. 17. NDL Framework for Integrated Mobile Working
    18. 18. NDL Framework for Integrated Mobile Working Multi-AgencyRevenues IT Waste Env Social Social GP & PAS Housing Pharmacy Therapies Planning Finance Health Services Services Services Care Contractor Benefits
    19. 19. NDL Framework for Integrated Mobile Working awiSX Application Integration Multi-AgencyRevenues IT Waste Env Social Social GP & PAS Housing Pharmacy Therapies Planning Finance Health Services Services Services Care Contractor Benefits
    20. 20. NDL Framework for Integrated Mobile Working awiSX Application Integration Multi-AgencyRevenues IT Waste Env Social Social GP & PAS Housing Pharmacy Therapies Planning Finance Health Services Services Services Care Contractor Benefits
    21. 21. NDL Framework for Integrated Mobile Working awiMX mobile platform awiSX Application Integration Multi-AgencyRevenues IT Waste Env Social Social GP & PAS Housing Pharmacy Therapies Planning Finance Health Services Services Services Care Contractor Benefits
    22. 22. Diabetic Assessment Demonstrator Visit awiSX Server Table awiMX awiSX Server awiQX Server
    23. 23.  Community Information Data Sets (CIDS) Need to be collected from April 2012 National data set, of no direct benefit to the clinician 10 clinicians in average surgery 1 PC in one small room Everybody wants to input at the same time Plan A: Employ 50 administration staff
    24. 24.  Plan B: Give an Android tablet to each clinician
    25. 25. NHS Rotherham – Tissue Viability© NDL2011
    26. 26. NHS Rotherham – Tissue Viability© NDL2011
    27. 27. NHS Rotherham – Tissue Viability© NDL2011
    28. 28. NHS Rotherham – Tissue Viability© NDL2011
    29. 29. NHS Rotherham – Tissue Viability© NDL2011
    30. 30. NHS Rotherham – Tissue Viability© NDL2011
    31. 31. Have we ticked the boxes? 1. Which devices? Widest possible choice 2. Which development tools? Develop once, run anywhere 3. Universal coverage? Works online and offline 4. Security? Meets NHS guidelines 5. Mobile Device Management? Gives full control 6. Integration with existing systems? Integrates with everything
    32. 32. NDL Mobile Working Framework - Templates  awi group  400 members  Diabetic Assessment  Sharing best practice  IT Asset Management  Tissue Viability  Venous Thromboembolism  HoNOS forms  CPA Risk Assessment  MDS reports  ...and more in development
    33. 33. What next….. 1. Free Mobile Working report 2. Free “Mobile Made Easy” seminar 3. Free Webinars 4. Proof of concept? 5. Please visit our stand
    34. 34. Any more questions?

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