Connected Health : Improving Care, Safety, and Efficiency with Wearables and IoT Solution.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Milton : CRC Press, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (304 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351731317Subject(s): Medical technologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Connected Health : Improving Care, Safety, and Efficiency with Wearables and IoT SolutionDDC classification: 610.28499999999997 LOC classification: R855.3.K764 2017Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Welcome -- Part One: Wearables for Healthcare -- Chapter 1: Wearables and the IoT for Healthcare -- Introduction -- Chapter 2: Types of Wearables -- Editor's Note -- Exploring Brain Health: The Inevitable Rise of Brain Wearables -- Healthcare Opportunities -- Areas of Benefit -- Vendor Environment -- Case Study: Precise RTLS in Healthcare Can Yield New Understanding and Unexpected Benefits -- References -- Case Study: Smart Rehabilitation for the 21st century -- References -- Chapter 3: Wearables for Professionals -- Introduction -- Definitions -- Identification of Need -- Work-Flow -- Education -- Modern Wearable Operating Room Technology -- Point of View Cameras -- Head Mounted Wearable Computers -- Wearable Operating Room Technology in the Future -- Wearables - Implantables and Invisibles -- Virtual Reality Gets Personal in Healthcare -- Case Study: Secure Smartphones Optimize Care Collaboration and Coordination -- The Challenge -- The Solution -- Implementation -- Key Learnings -- Results -- Expansion -- Resources -- Chapter 4: Wearables in the Healthcare Enterprise -- Editor's Note -- Wearables in the Healthcare Enterprise -- Abstract -- Transportation -- Motion -- Inventory -- Wait Time -- Over Processing -- Over Allocation of Time -- Defects -- Conclusion -- References -- Special Regards -- Case Study: Seeing New Opportunity - Cardinal Health Inventory Management Solutions Optimize the Supply Chain -- Taking Control of the Future -- Meeting Aggressive Goals -- Tracking Products, Setting Pars -- Launching Success -- Improving Supplier Relations.
Case Study: Celebration Health - Florida Hospital Pioneers Use of RTLS and Business Intelligence to Improve Nursing Workflows -- Overview -- The Solution -- The Results -- Solution Benefits -- Case Study: Geisinger Tracks Patients with Disposable RTLS Wristband Tags -- Accurate, Real Time Patient Location -- An Extendable Technology Solution -- "Smarter" RTLS in the "Smart" Hospital -- Extendable Workflow Solutions -- Remote Patient Monitoring -- Wearables -- Business Intelligence and Modeling -- Case Study: The Value of Enterprise-Grade Operation Intelligence -- The Situation -- The Solution -- The Benefits -- Description of the Innovative Activity -- Selecting Hardware and Software -- Results -- References -- Case Study: Health System Overview -- The Health IT Department -- The Challenges -- EHR Accessibility at the Point of Care -- Providing Wall-To-Wall Wi-Fi Coverage -- Supporting Biomedical Devices on the Wireless Network -- The Extreme Networks Solution -- Chapter 5: Wearables for Chronic Disease -- Introduction -- Discussion -- Limitations -- Conclusions -- References -- Case Study: The Health Impact of Intelligent Home -- Intro -- Organization -- Rationale for Approach -- The Value of Wellness -- The Intelligent Home -- The Art of Presentation -- Background Evidence -- mHealth -- Telehealth -- Fitness and Wellness -- Future Research & Collaboration -- Example Opportunities -- Future Themes/Events -- Contact Our Members -- References -- Additional References -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 6: Global Best Practices and Evidence of Healthcare Outcomes Using Wearable Devices -- Introduction -- Results from Early Pilots are Encouraging.
Success Requires Careful Planning to Overcome Challenges -- Best Practices from Early Pilots Emerge -- Parting Thoughts -- Case Study: Extreme Networks Purview Solution Improves Customer Satisfaction & Delivers Better Patient Outcomes -- Introduction -- Hospital's Challenge -- Extreme Networks Solution -- Results -- Chapter 7: Compliance -- Editor's Note -- Policy -- Chronic Care Management and Reimbursement - Policy meets practice -- HIPAA and Wearables in a Consumer Driven World -- Unique Device Identifiers: Is there a need? -- Policy Impact: Research and Clinical Applications -- Aggregating Physiological and Social Determinants of Health -- Data Integrity and Data Management -- Digital Consent and Marketing -- Industry and Academic Uncertainty and IRB Requirements -- Precision Medicine -- Chapter 8: Standards and Security -- Editor's Note -- Standards -- HL7 -- IEEE -- International Health Enterprise (IHE), Patient Care Devices (PCD) -- Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) -- Continua -- ONC S&I Framework -- Open mHealth (non recognized Standard) -- Food and Drug Administration (FDA) -- Federal Communication Commission (FCC) -- Federal Trade Commission -- Security -- Trust -- Identity -- Authentication -- Biometrics -- Unique Device Identifier (UDI) -- Data Retention -- Administration -- FDA Guidelines -- Governance -- International Consideration -- Blockchain - the future? -- Devices -- Medical Devices -- Smart IoT Devices -- Write Only Sensors -- Wearable -- Conclusion -- References -- Part Two: Wearables and the IOT -- Part Two Introduction -- The IoT -- Managing IoT Transformation within the mHealth Ecosphere -- Anticipating and Mitigating Risk: Things to Watch Out For -- Information Technology -- Capacity -- Productivity -- Chapter 9: IoT Overview -- Editor's Note -- Capitalizing on the IoT with Visibility and Intelligence.
IoT: Opportunities and Challenges -- Opportunities -- Challenges -- Enterprise Asset Intelligence -- Enables Businesses to Capitalize on the IoT -- Five Essentials for Deploying IoT -- Solutions -- Conclusion -- References -- Case Study: How the Collective Can Keep Us Healthy by using IOT-Enabled Mobile Healthcare Solutions -- References -- Case Study: Forget Smart Phones - What You Need Are Smart Pumps -- Objective -- Methods -- DoseTrac Real Time and Retrospective Data -- Results -- Case Study: Smart Pumps: Achieving 100% Drug Library Compliance & Averting Medication Errors -- Introduction -- Goals of the Project -- Problems identified -- Implementation -- Phase I -- Phase II -- Drug Library Development -- Phase II -- Innovation -- Data Analysis Results -- Intervention -- Outcomes -- Chapter 10: The IoT and Big Data -- Editor's Note -- The Internet of Things and Big Data in Healthcare -- Challenges with Big Data -- Use of "The Cloud" -- Closing Thoughts -- References -- Case Study: The IoT and Big Data in Healthcare Unleashing the Next Generation of Value Creation -- References -- Chapter 11: Analytics -- Editor's Note -- Analytics -- Connected devices, predictive analytics, and a certain future -- Overview and thesis: The promise -- Review of our current state -- In the marketplace, wearables are primitive coaches, not predictors of health risk -- Three types of hardware drive the current market and affect analytical evidence -- Consumer-facing companies struggle to understand physiological and activity data -- What the consumer companies are doing -- Chief medical information officer challenges big consumer companies -- Big insights are fueled by small signals -- Banner Health System stalks the future with Philips -- Predictive analytics from home-based signals are at the core of the solution.
Controlled environments in academia give us important evidence -- Conclusions -- Recommendations -- References -- Case Study: DaVincian Healthcare and HelloDoctor24x7 Bring Lifesaving Healthcare to Remote Reaches of India -- Chapter 12: The Future of Wearables and the IoT in Healthcare -- Editor's Note -- From Wearable Sensors to Smart Implants -- References -- Connecting Implantable Devices - The Next Iteration of Wearables? -- Why Implantables? -- History Of Implantable Technology For Remote Patient Monitoring -- Device and Accessory Regulation -- Security Issues -- The Design Challenge -- The Road to Commercialization -- The Future of Implantables -- Chapter 13: Roundtable Discussion: The Outlook for Wearables and the IoT in Healthcare -- Editor's Note -- Video Interviews -- Question 1 -- Question 2 -- Question 3 -- Question 4 -- Question 5 -- Contributors -- Contact Us -- Index.
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As President of HealthSense since 1998, Rick Krohn has energized both new and established health technology organizations by delivering strategic mindshare and marketing expertise founded upon a keen understanding of the healthcare ecosystem. His unique skills set: identifying opportunities, creating strategies, and driving execution to grow a pipeline of business.
Previously, he was marketing directory of Shared Health (an HIE) and an executive director of Superior Consultant where his responsibilities included health technology and management consulting, corporate strategy, business development, strategic marketing, thought leadership, corporate branding and communications. Earlier, he was vice president of Medical Alliances, a national health care management consulting firm. His responsibilities included management of the healthcare business development and management services consulting division, as well as active management of individual consulting engagements. Rick''s healthcare career began in administrative and operations posts at the Bon Secours Health Systems, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Sinai Hospital of Baltimore.
Rick graduated from Towson University with a degree in Economics and Political Science. He completed additional advanced study at the American University and Johns Hopkins University, earning a Master''s degree in International Finance and a Master''s in Business Administration, respectively.
David Metcalf has more than 20 years'' experience in the design and research of web-based and mobile technologies converging to enable learning and healthcare. Dr. Metcalf is Director of Mixed Emerging Technology Integration Lab (METIL) at UCF''s Institute for Simulation and Training. The team has built mHealth solutions, simulation games, eLearning, mobile and enterprise IT systems for Google, J&J, VA, US Military and UCF''s College of Medicine among others. Recent projects include Lake Nona''s Intelligent Home prototype and SignificantTechnology, a mobile-enabled online degree and eResource kit. Dr. Metcalf encourages spinoffs from the lab as part of the innovation process and has launched Moving Knowledge and several other for-profit and nonprofit ventures as examples. In addition to research and commercial investments, he supports social entrepreneurship in education and health. Dr. Metcalf continues to bridge the gap between corporate learning and simulation techniques and non-profit and social entrepreneurship. Simulation, mobilization, mobile patient records and medical decision support systems, visualization systems, scalability models, secure mobile data communications, gaming, innovation management and operational excellence are current research topics. Dr. Metcalf frequently presents at industry and research events shaping business strategy and use of technology to improve learning, health and human performance.
Pat Salber is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Doctor Weighs In (TDWI). She has been writing about all things health and healthcare on this site since 2006. She is a board certified internist and emergency physician who practiced at Kaiser Permanente until transitioning into a national executive position as the organization''s first Director of National Accounts. Over the course of her career, she has worked as a physician executive for a variety of healthcare organizations (health insurance companies, medical groups, large employers). Currently, she serves as a consultant to CMS and speaks and moderates at both national and international healthcare conferences. She also serves on advisory councils of global non-profits (i.e., MedShare and care for Peace) and companies such as CliniOps, a health technology startup that is developing cutting edge software to support clinical trials. She is a media partner to the Physician-Patient Alliance for Health and Safety (PPAHS). In addition to writing for TDWI and other healthcare blogs, Pat has published on a variety of topics in both peer-reviewed journals and trade publications. Her book, The Physician''s Guide to Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse, was one of the first books on the topic written specifically for health care professionals.