If you visited the Cisco booth at last week’s ATA 2013 conference, you might have had the opportunity to speak onsite with a member of the Cisco Grants Strategy Team. But if you didn’t, we want you to know that the Cisco Grants Strategy Team is still available to help.
We find that many organizations struggle to identify funding sources for telehealth projects. The Cisco Grants Strategy Team can help by researching Federal, State and Foundation grant opportunities that align with your organization’s needs.
The mission of the Cisco Grants team is to:
- Deliver grant education/training and funding research services
- Offer feedback on applicant eligibility and project competitiveness
- Provide targeted grant application and writing support
- Consult on post-funding project implementations
Cisco also offers a series of webcasts to help you learn more about specific grant opportunities. Upcoming webcasts include:
Funding Public Health and Prevention Efforts
May 21, 2013
Join Grants Office and special guests from Cisco as we discuss:
- Positioning projects for specific grant programs, such as Prevention and Public Health Fund Coordinated Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Program and the Public Prevention Health Fund: Community Transformation Grants
- Integrating technology and equipment into projects and proposals, including chronic disease management tracking software and other mHealth solutions
- Examples of previously funded projects
- Tips for successful community-wide collaboration amongst local governments (public health departments), providers, patients and policy-makers.
Funding School Based Health Centers
July 23, 2013
Join Grants Office and special guests from Cisco as we discuss:
- The latest information on the future of federal funding for SBHCs and their capital improvement projects
- Specific strategies and tips for positioning a winning application to HRSA through SBHCC or any future programming
- Writing technology and equipment, such as telehealth capabilities into SBHCC proposals
- Leveraging national, regional and local foundations for SBHC projects
To learn more about Healthcare Technology solutions and available grant funding, please contact your Cisco Account Manager or Regional Grants Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tags: grants, healthcare, telehealth, telemedicine
If you find yourself in Austin, Texas next week, you’ll want to swing by the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Meeting and Tradeshow which runs from May 5-7.
Growing annually by leaps and bounds, ATA 2013 is expected to be their biggest and best conference yet, with over 6000 attendees. The ATA 2013 exhibit hall will host 300 leading vendors with groundbreaking remote healthcare technologies and services.
And you can count on Cisco to be there front and center.
So while you’re there, don’t miss a visit to the Cisco booth (#332) to see market leading solutions that overcome the barrier of distance while improving the patient experience. If you take a second to let us scan your name badge, you’ll be in the running for a chance to win a $250 American Express gift card!
Finally, don’t miss Cisco executives in these two sessions:
Monday, May 6: 3:00 – 4:00 pm
Selling Abroad: Companies Making an Impact in the International Market
David W. Plummer, General Manager, Cisco HealthPresence
Monday, May 6: 4:15 – 5:15 pm
Market Watch: Not All Telehealth Markets are Equal
Barbara Casey, Senior Executive Director, Cisco Healthcare Business Transformation
In the meantime, you can learn more about Cisco Care-at-a-Distance solutions for telehealth by clicking here.
We’ll see you in Austin!
Tags: healthcare, TelePresence, video
Cisco Community for Connected Health
Given your interest in innovative and transformative healthcare solutions, we encourage you to register for the Cisco Community for Connected Health. You’ll receive our quarterly newsletter which highlights real-life customer success stories and promotional offers as well as invitations to healthcare webcasts and events.
You’ll also be the first to know about our annual Community for Connected Health Summit, a half-day event held on the first day of the annual HIMSS conference. If you missed this year’s Community for Connected Health Summit, you can still watch the replays as experts from Cisco, Long Island Jewish Health System, Lake Nona, and Intel discuss how innovation is transforming the patient experience.
Join the community now to see how Cisco healthcare solutions can help you simplify workflows, facilitate BYOD, promote care-at-a-distance, and improve patient experiences.
Tags: connected health, healthcare
Given your interest in healthcare innovation and transformation, we’re pleased to offer you access to TEDMED Live 2013 right from your desktop.
From April 16-19, TEDMED 2013 will feature ten 90-minute sessions from industry thought leaders focused on health, information, and technology. You can get complimentary access to either:
- Watch during the event
- Watch TEDMED sessions on-demand through Sunday, April 21st (midnight your time zone)
To register, create an account on the TEDMED site. On the second page, select “CISCO” from the dropdown menu on question 5 “How did you hear about TEDMED Live?” Within 24 hours, you will receive your affiliate code and further instructions.
Be sure to register for the Cisco Connected Health Community so that you can receive more offers like this one, news about upcoming events and our quarterly newsletter highlighting case studies and best practices.
Tags: connected health, healthcare, TEDMED
Wherever you go and whatever you do in the 21st century, you generate a data trail. Your credit and debit cards, mobile phone, laptop computer, tablet — not to mention retailers, banks, hospitals, hotel systems, and activity on social networks, blogs, and email — all generate data.
Yet, we are currently connecting less than 1 percent of the things, people, and machines that could be online, communicating and collaborating. As we create the Internet of Everything (IoE), the amount of data will rise exponentially, created by your car, clothes, medicines, food, e-books, and presence on video surveillance systems.
The mountain of data collected about people and things has led to a growing industry dealing with high-volume, high-variety, high-velocity, virtual data sets (“the 4Vs”, according to Gartner) — often called “Big Data.” The growth of Big Data is an inevitable reality of a digitally connected world. Read More »
Tags: Big Data, Cisco, data in motion, dynamic care, dynamic data, healthcare, Hospital at Night, IBSG, Nottingham University Hospital, patient experience, real-time data