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Cisco helps to advance Health IT Collaboration and Communication

- September 15, 2014 - 0 Comments

This is an exciting week for Cisco and for the Health IT industry at large.  Two big industry events are taking plan this week: Epic’s Users’ Group Meeting and National Health IT Week.

Epic’s 2014 Users’ Group Meeting: Down on the Farm
If you are planning to attend Epic’s 2014 Users’ Group Meeting from September 15-19 in Verona, WI, be sure to visit the Cisco booth (#316) to see solutions that improve the patient experience and facilitate collaboration, including:

  • Epic UGMCisco Virtual Sitter Patient Observation: Video-enabled, centralized approach that allows trained staff to monitor multiple high-risk patients while also delivering two-way communications to alert clinical staff about potential patient situations.
  • Cisco JabberAll-in-one collaboration application that brings together video, voice, and IM on any device.
  • Cisco Extended CareA personal health and wellness collaboration platform, enabling patient engagement and care team interactions at any time and from anywhere.

Also, drop off a business card to register for a chance to win a $250 American Express gift card.

National Health IT Week: One Voice, One Vision
NHIT WeekNational Health IT Week (NHIT Week) is a collaborative forum and virtual awareness week that assembles key healthcare constituents dedicated to working together to elevate the necessity of advancing health through the best use of information technology. Cisco is one of 425 healthcare partners helping to bring this important cause to the forefront of the nation’s attention through events in Washington D.C., at the HIMSS 9th Annual Policy Summit, and other events throughout the week.  Follow tweets at #NHITWeek.

How the Internet of Everything enhances the quality of care
Both of these events highlight how hospitals and healthcare providers are now using the power of the Internet of Everything to expand their outreach within and outside their healthcare organizations.  From connecting patients with chronic medical conditions to using mobile technologies to help remind patients to take their medications on time, hospitals are incorporating new and innovative ways to improve the efficiency of care-delivery.  Cisco is here to help you adapt to these changes in accessing quality care and bringing expert care to your patients.

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