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Cisco Connected Health, Winter 2016 Edition


February 11, 2016 - 0 Comments

Have you read the latest Cisco Connected Health newsletter? We encourage you to explore the customer success stories, white papers, and videos to learn new and innovative ways to provide your caregivers with highly secure and reliable access to health information, regardless of location.

Visit Cisco in Booth 2643 at HIMSS16
Join us in booth 2643 to see new solutions for patient engagement, telehealth, security, application integration and more. Chat with Cisco Healthcare specialists, experience hands-on demos, and watch our in-booth theater presentation

Video Case Study: Moffitt Cancer Center Embraces Video Collaboration
John Maass, Director of Conferencing at Moffitt Cancer Center, discusses the ease of using Cisco Collaboration Meeting Rooms (CMRs) to better engage doctors, patients and staff through video collaboration.

Cisco Connected Caring Creates Uplifting Experiences for Patients
A partnership between Cisco, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and a group of passionate artist ambassadors like singer and songwriter Keith Urban creates special, uplifting experiences, via Cisco TelePresence, for those who need them most: children battling cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

Telemedicine Connects Rural Communities to World-Class Care
Marcus Autism Center’s telemedicine room allows patients in rural Georgia to meet face-to-face with medical specialists in Atlanta.

Cisco Services for Connected Health
Digitalization has changed the way healthcare is delivered, creating new challenges and opportunities as more and more devices, data and applications are added onto your network. Cisco has partnered with key industry leaders such as GE, Apple, Extension Health and UCSF, to provide greater value to caregivers, patients and providers to capitalize on the digital revolution.

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