How To Protect People And Assets In Hospitals And Accelerate Their Digital Transformation
Sponsored by: ALCATEL-LUCENT ENTERPRISE
Date: 29 March
Days to go: 35
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
Preparing for the next revolution in healthcare starts with a strong approach for safety
Social trends show that empowered citizens and patients have stronger expectations in terms of safety and security than ever, translating into law and regulation reinforcement. Hospitals also need to protect their caregivers and assets while embracing the digitization of everything, explosion of IoT and mobility that are revolutionizing the care pathway.
In this webinar, we will illustrate through different operational use cases how to easily and effectively protect assets and people, enabling your hospital to handle:
• emergency procedures in case of mass-casualty incidents
• people geolocation and equipment tracking
• alarm notification
• collaboration and broadcasting of information
We will address how today’s investments in safety solutions are setting the foundation to unleash the power of IoT, analytics or artificial intelligence.
Jacques DER OHANIAN,
Head of Communications solutions for Vertical markets, ALE
Jacques, as Head of Communications solutions for Vertical markets, is responsible for the creation of solutions to address industries such as Healthcare.
Across his career, Jacques has managed different teams from R&D and innovation, Program and Portfolio management to business development with a strong knowledge of end-to-end solutions whether technical such as communications and collaboration, or commercial such as new business models.
Jacques is a graduate of Telecom ParisTech, France.
Lead Analyst at GlobalData
Neharika Ralhan is a Lead Analyst at GlobalData covering Digital Healthcare. Her areas of research expertise and thought leadership include cyber security and privacy, transformation and change management, cloud computing, the viability of eHospitals, and policy-making. She has over 10 years’ experience working in the healthcare sector and was part of the team that delivered Australia’s highest profile integrated, digital hospital where she led transformation programmes across oncology services and multidisciplinary care. Neharika has also worked at the New South Wales Ministry of Health, policy research centres, and contributed to foreign aid programs within the remit of priority health areas. She also holds bachelor’s degrees in Health Sciences from the University of Sydney and Social Research and Policy with a major in technology from the University of New South Wales.
Key Learning Objectives
- Discuss safety challenges in hospitals
- Discover how to fulfil safety expectations thanks to practical use cases
- Gain insight on solutions specifically suited for people and assets protection
- Learn how to get ready to face the next wave of digital transformation in healthcare
- Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
- Chief Medical Officer (CMO)
- Chief Nurse Officer (CNO)
- Chief Patient Experience
- Chief Information Officer (CIO)
- Chief Technical Officer (CTO)