Cisco launches Connected Health Services and HealthPresence 2.5
Caregiving and healthcare for Americans was the heavy topic of a Cisco Health Roundtable. The main mission for representatives who represented a global health constitute. Comprised of the Cisco corporate communication team, senior executives from major hospitals and medical institutions. Cisco customers such as Seattle Children’s, Fundación Peluffo-Giguens and Albert Einstein Israelita Hospital emphasized the need for software and services designed to enable a higher quality of care for a better patient experience and increased efficiency, all while managing costs.
The San Jose company launched HealthPresence 2.5. David Plummer, global business leader for Cisco HealthPresence commented, “Cisco HealthPresence® 2.5 offers our customers incredible flexibility to build the right solution for their telehealth initiatives. By unbundling the solution and offering Cisco HealthPresence software as a standalone offering, Cisco now enables customers to build telehealth networks using the hardware that best suits their needs.”
Cisco HealthPresence® 2.5 offers a software-driven version of Cisco HealthPresence. This telehealth collaboration platform that addresses the needs of healthcare organizations by providing a mechanism for delivering health care to a greater number of patients and enables customers to build a scalable and flexible telehealth network that can enhance productivity and improve clinical workflows.
The package does not exclude other benefits. Also announced today is the partnership between the medical service provider. The global availability of “Cisco Services for Connected Health” and “Cisco Architectures for Connected Health.” These solutions have been developed specifically for healthcare
providers to help enable them to build a robust, highly secure and scalable infrastructure for the delivery of health care by utilizing the guidelines and best practices from Cisco’s health care experience. The new Cisco service offerings for Connected Health include the following:
Cisco Advisory Services for Connected Health
- Guides ICT strategy for healthcare by identifying objectives, business requirements, ROI and use cases.
Cisco Security Services for Connected Health
- Analyses security requirements against an existing enterprise’s security policy to identify policies and process gaps by employing a standards-based approach to meet security policy decision points.
Cisco Architecture Assessment Services for Connected Health
- Identifies business needs and gaps, as well as supports architecture design by evaluating network infrastructure, security, mobility, storage for deploying solutions for Connected Health.
Cisco Optimization Services for Connected Health
- Continues delivering a superior stakeholder experience and helps manage TCO by improving visibility and insight into the state of the architecture and addresses business priorities and pain points.
Cisco PDI Services for Connected Health
- Facilitates smooth deployment by developing a detailed design, pilot and implementation plan.
Taking care of your health and practice is easily served by the commitment of this technical team. I found that the roundtable made it clear that the commitment is to move towards tomorrow and connect and serve the medical needs of our national and international borders.
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