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Cisco Connected Health Newsletter, Fall 2014

- November 6, 2014 - 0 Comments

Have you read the latest Cisco Connected Health newsletter?  In an effort to bring you relevant stories about the positive impacts of health IT, this issue features real-world implementations including:

Watch Leslee Gross, AVP of Baptist Health South Florida, describe their e-Pharmacy initiative, which won an American Hospital Association 2014 Innovator award and uses Cisco Jabber for communication and collaboration.

The enthusiasm from consumers for wearables and telehealth demonstrates how technology continues to rapidly change the face and future of healthcare.

University of Calgary’s W21C Program, Cisco, and Alberta Health Services (AHS) recently announced initiatives to strengthen the development of healthcare solutions in Alberta through advanced technologies and strategies.

Carlos Dominguez, Cisco Senior Vice-President in the Office of the Chairman and CEO, gave the luncheon keynote address at this conference and focused on ground-breaking new trends in technology, including the Internet of Everything.

UVA Center for Telehealth uses Cisco Jabber for video and recently received a 2014 Governor’s Technology Award for making it easier for patients in Virginia to access high-quality care and health education.

This issue also includes information about Cisco Compliance Solutions, which have helped hundreds of customers effectively meet HIPAA compliance technical requirements, and Cisco Mobile Apps, which can help you develop and integrate personalized mobile experiences, such as hospital wayfinding and location-aware application access.

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Cisco Connected Health Newsletter

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