Thursday, November 15, 2012
11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
Nurses are at the center of a communcations hub that includes patients, doctors, family members, pharmacists and more. Those communications are critical to a facility's operations, staff morale and patient outcomes. Empowering nurses with better, more timely information wherever they are delivering care is vital in any kind of healthcare facility.
This Webinar will help IT and medical professionals learn about the reasons healthcare providers (hospitals, assisted living, nursing homes) are deploying nurse mobility solutions from an industry expert, as well as a hospital that has recently reaped the benefits of deploying a nurse mobility solution from Alcatel-Lucent: a quieter hospital, more efficient nurses, and more satisfied patients.
Learn more about:
- How government regulations around patient safety and satisfaction are driving investments in nurse mobility solutions to allow nurses to spend more time caring for patients.
- The components of a nurse mobility solution, and the capabilities you can achieve: integration with nurse call, integration with building systems, and integration with alarms – delivering text messages or voice calls to a nurse's pocket.
- Form factors that work well for nursing's high-energy, high-mobility environment.
- Device management, the apps that run on them, and the security elements required to safeguard data and communications.
Francois Bodhuin, Technology Director, South Jersey Healthcare
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Mr. Bodhuin is the Technology Director and ISO at South Jersey Healthcare. He is in charge of the Servers/workstations, the Networks, TV services and the Telephony. He serves as Information Security Officer at South Jersey Healthcare. He has 20 years of Healthcare experience in IT. He also teaches I.T. at Cumberland County College as an adjunct professor. He is a previous president of the International Management Council and has acquired the Certified Manager certification. He has obtained the CISSP certification from ISC2 as well as the MCSE Sec+ certification from Microsoft. He is a member of DVHIMSS and NJHIMSS.
Prior to South Jersey Healthcare, he has worked in the Glassware Manufacturing and Distribution industry in France, in Spain and in the US.
Rob Hemmerich, Healthcare Solutions Consultant, Alcatel-Lucent
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Rob Hemmerich has worked in the telecommunications industry for over 20 years, holding diverse roles in sales, marketing, program management and software development. He is currently a solutions specialist for healthcare, consulting with clinical and nonclinical end users in hospitals to construct communications solution roadmaps that meet business needs. Rob holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Waterloo.
Terence Sweeney, Contributing Editor, Information Week
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Terry Sweeney is Editorial Director for UBM DeusM, and has been a working journalist for more than 25 years, with broad expertise in ecommerce, enterprise networking, security, storage, and wireless. He was editor-in-chief of Internet Evolution from May 2008 to September 2010, during which time the site won five awards for editorial excellence from the Min's Publishers Association. From October 2005 to June 2007, he was editor-in-chief of Byte & Switch, and was also a founding editor of IT security website Dark Reading (http://www.darkreading.com). Sweeney was also news editor at Internet Week, and spent three years in Paris working for Communications Week International. He served as editor-in-chief of the print, online, and video content for the ITU's Telecom 99 conference in Geneva, Switzerland. He has contributed to The Washington Post, Crain's New York Business, Red Herring, Information Week, and Network World, among other business and IT titles.
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