We’ve seen Cisco TelePresence making a difference in health care. Most recently, it helped connect Children’s Hospitals with the North Pole for the holidays, and now its uses have extended to saving lives.
There are few things in life that are more important than your health and the health of your loved ones. Lack of time has become a major factor in people not seeking out the medical care they need. Therefore, health care providers have had to keep up with this ongoing issue and find ways to ensure patients receive the care they need.
Oklahoma’s largest health care system, INTEGRIS was one of those providers. Faced with the challenge of delivering the quality they desired, INTEGRIS was looking for an effective way to connect hospitals throughout the area to increase employee collaboration and improve patient care. With the help of Cisco collaboration technology, Cisco TelePresence and Cisco Jabber, INTEGRIS has established a life-saving program that has decreased stroke mortality rates and increased access to health specialists.
Read more on how INTEGRIS is leveraging Cisco to drive innovation in health care: “Cisco Collaboration Comes to the Rescue for INTEGRIS Health.”
Tags: Cisco, collaboration, Connected, healthcare, telehealth, TelePresence
This blog was co-authored by Dave Evans and Joseph Bradley, Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG).
To receive the most value from the Internet of Everything (IoE), business leaders should begin transforming their organizations based on key learnings from use cases that show how IoE works in the real world. Cisco IBSG’s Economics practice recently developed 50 private-sector use cases to determine the Value at Stake in the new IoE Economy. It determined that $14.4 trillion of value (net profit) will be created or will migrate among companies and industries based on their ability to harness IoE.
This blog will provide both near-term and more futuristic examples of IoE in healthcare and marketing/advertising to help you better understand the possibilities of IoE in different time frames. We provide both a futuristic view (Dave) and a near-term perspective (Joseph). Read More »
Tags: advertising, analytics, Big Data, cloud, Eulerian video magnification, gesture recognition, Google Glass, healthcare, IBM Watson, Internet of Everything, IoE, IoE Economy, marketing, Radiate shirt, smart surfaces, value at stake, virtual reality
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
A doctor in California diagnosing a patient in Africa. An Ohio woman on vacation accessing her medical records from an emergency room in London. A patient’s vital signs being monitored remotely from a hospital on the other side of town. These are all scenarios that just years ago seemed impossible… but could be made possible by Cisco.
In life, I’m consistently amazed by the astonishing change and progress that can occur in the short span of just one year. In technology, it moves even more quickly. Walking into the 2013 HIMSS conference in New Orleans, it was obvious to me that pace of change in healthcare is accelerating dramatically. The sheer size of the event and the number of companies that attended this year’s conference, each demonstrating innovative products, technologies, or methodologies to connect healthcare providers and patients was astonishing. Read More »
Tags: healthcare, healthpresence, himss, Internet of Everything, internet of things, IoE, IoT
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