A CMX Partner Ecosystem Blog
Ecosystem partners are an important adjunct to Cisco Connected Mobile Experience (CMX). They augment the analytic and customer engagement capabilities of the solution with innovative business outcomes. This blog is one in a series that will highlight several of our CMX Ecosystem Partners. Today—Intelligent InSites.
Intelligent InSites provides products and services that enhance the interoperability of healthcare IT systems, empowering staff with the right information at the right moment. By applying logic and location to clinical equipment, patients, and staff, the healthcare system can improve workflow and maximize patient satisfaction by optimizing equipment usage and staffing. Intelligent InSites drives value to healthcare systems by offering three primary products:
Locate: By providing real-time visibility into the current location of mobile medical equipment and staff, Locate enables caregivers to spend less time searching and more time delivering care.
Asset Optimization: By delivering insights into the utilization of assets, Asset Optimization enables healthcare organization to better use what they have and avoid unnecessary purchases or rentals.
Ambulatory: By providing an instant view of Read More »
Tags: analytics, cmx, connected mobile experiences, healthcare, intelligent insites, mobility, partners
Telehealth, according to the Health Resources Services Administration, is the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support long-distance clinical health care, patient and professional health-related education, public health and health administration.1
Cisco’s robust interoperability, security, and video technology have put us at the forefront of telehealth. In addition to facilitating remote clinical services, Cisco video technologies are also used in remote non-clinical services, such as clinician training, administrative meetings, continuing education, and contact centers.
Over the years, our teams have seen a recurring theme of limited deployments in a small handful of areas across healthcare organization. These limited or siloed deployments typically lack a unifying strategy or architecture to be able to accommodate a secure telehealth deployment at scale that includes proactive care, big data, population health management, and a contact center. Cisco can help your organization to establish a vision and architecture strategy for deploying a telehealth program.
This new white paper, Cisco Approach to Telehealth, describes how Cisco can help you define:
- Strategic imperatives that your telehealth program will address
- Financial and reimbursement goals
- Revenue and workflow outcomes
- A go forward strategy for a telehealth platform that can scale to fulfill needs from multiple service lines
We look forward to helping you connect people, processes, data and things in ways that weren’t possible, or even imaginable, in healthcare before.
1 U.S Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, http://www.hrsa.gov/ruralhealth/about/telehealth
Tags: Cisco, healthcare
Have you read the latest Cisco Connected Health newsletter? Find out how the Internet of Everything (IoE) is helping to connect people, processes, data and things in order to streamline operations, redirect workflows and reduce capital outlays.
White Paper: Cisco Approach to Telehealth
Cisco can help your organization to establish a vision and architecture strategy for deploying a telehealth program to extend your delivery of quality care to whenever and wherever it is needed.
Moffitt Cancer Center Connects Doctors Globally
By using Cisco Collaboration Meeting Rooms (CMR) Cloud, which combine Cisco WebEx personal rooms with cloud-based WebEx video bridge technologies, doctors and researchers now have a simple way to connect with affiliates worldwide
White Paper: The Internet of Everything (IoE) and the Delivery of Healthcare
Connectivity is transforming healthcare delivery from a process of managing disease to an optimized, pro-active system of keeping people well.
Empowering Cost-Effective, High-Quality Care
Cisco Connected Health solutions and services enable new levels of communication and collaboration between patients, providers, payers, and life science organizations.
Expanding Your Reach with Effective Care-at-a-Distance Solutions
Cisco Care at a Distance solutions give patients, doctors, and hospitals better ways to communicate, educate, share information, and interact in real time.
White Paper: Combating Cybercrime in the Healthcare Industry
With the rising value of health records on the black market—roughly 10 times that of other records— it was only a matter of time before hackers began targeting hospitals and healthcare organizations in general.
Cisco Connected Health Assessment
Request this service, priced at $120K, to get an assessment of your network for Telehealth, Care Delivery optimization, Mobility, HIPAA, Network compliance and emerging standards for clinical networks.
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Tags: Cisco, healthcare, Internet of Everything, internet of things
January this year witnessed the largest healthcare breach to date in which the personal records of 80 million individuals were compromised. It also marked an apparent change in focus from attacks on delivery organizations to healthcare payers. Last week two additional health insurers reported that they too had been hacked, resulting in the possible compromise of a further 11.25 million personal records. In a period of less than 3 months, the US has seen over 91 million records and personal identities stolen from healthcare insurers alone.
The health insurers appear to have been the target of highly sophisticated cyber attacks perpetrated from China, which involved the use of advanced persistent threats (APTs) and spear phishing. This allowed them to gain administrative credentials that were used to exfiltrate stolen data via the use of common cloud data services.
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Tags: health care, healthcare, security
The American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Annual Meeting and Tradeshow is fast approaching! If you’re planning to attend ATA from May 3-5 in Los Angeles, be sure to visit the Cisco booth to see products and solutions that connect patients and care teams so they can easily engage anytime from anywhere.
You’ll find us in booth #1301, where we’ll showcase innovations that overcome the barrier of distance while improving the patient experience. Highlights include:
- Extended Care: Browser-based health and wellness collaboration solution platform
- Telepresence Showcase: DX Series (Android-based touchscreens), SX Series, and Jabber endpoints designed for maximum collaboration
- Cisco Virtual Patient Observation: A centralized approach to patient sitting that can help improve efficiency, staff satisfaction, and staff safety
- Avizia: Mobile telehealth cart that connects physicians, specialists and patients at the point of care
- And more!
While you’re in our booth, let us scan your name badge so you’ll be entered for a chance to win a $250 American Express gift card!
In the meantime, learn more about Cisco Care-at-a-Distance solutions for telehealth. Also take a second to download, Cisco Telehealth Report: Connecting Brazil’s Children to a Healthier Future.
See you in Los Angeles!
Tags: Cisco, healthcare, video