Verizon Business and Visionable Open Center Dedicated to Accelerating Connected Healthcare
LONDON, UK – Verizon Business and Visionable, a leading UK-based health technology company, backed by Capgemini and Juniper Networks, have opened a technology center dedicated to accelerating the adoption of connected health technologies for care patient-centered. Based in Kent, UK, the center offers visitors the opportunity to discover how technology is transforming the healthcare experience and the patient care journey.
Center showcases new technologies, such as private 5G and Verizon’s secure AI-based networking capabilities from Juniper in a healthcare setting, demonstrating the benefits of next-generation connectivity and collaboration in a variety of healthcare settings including command centers, hospital wards, general practices (GPs) consultation rooms, nursing homes/nursing homes, connected emergency services and rehabilitation centers.
“To accelerate change in the way health care is delivered, it is essential that health care organizations come together and witness these transformational applications firsthand,” said Scott Lawrence, vice president of the Verizon Business group in Europe. “This hub was developed to provide a dedicated space for professionals to see connected healthcare in action and, more importantly, work together as a community to create new applications and use cases. This collaboration will help revolutionize the way health care is delivered.
A dedicated collaboration hub within the space will stimulate the co-creation of technological concepts allowing partners to work together with the aim of creating innovative future solutions.
“The Connected Healthcare Center will enable collaboration between healthcare professionals and global technology partners to imagine and co-create new models of care for the future delivery of healthcare services, which we believe will benefit millions of patients. in the world.” said Alan Lowe, CEO of Visionable.
The demo areas will feature the following:
Patient home/nursing home/virtual service: Virtual services that provide an end-to-end digital journey from remote patient monitoring to specialist patient support and patient-led peer-to-peer support.
Connected Emergency Services: wearable technology to communicate with remote clinicians and use video, diagnostic and data streams to quickly share information with specialist clinicians via a connected device in the response vehicle.
General practice surgery: using multi-screen and multi-stream collaboration platforms to provide informed collaborative patient/citizen care.
Hospital Room: Digitizing Care Paths for Faster Diagnosis and Better Patient Outcomes to Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Collaboration
Rehab Center: Enable virtual group consultations between a care provider and a group of people/patients to support post-discharge recovery.
Making connected health a reality
Verizon Business and Visionable have joined forces to empower the next generation of healthcare. Strategic partnership brings together Verizon’s extensive secure network infrastructure and Visionable’s unique, patented next-generation digital collaboration platform to form a single secure infrastructure that enables healthcare professionals to access, collaborate and share data Resource.
This commitment is part of Verizon’s broader strategy to partner with corporations, startups, universities, national labs, and government/military to explore how 5G can disrupt and transform nearly every industry. Verizon is working with multiple customers to establish on-premises 5G innovation hubs as part of an ongoing initiative to co-innovate and create new 5G applications.
Verizon offers its customers a variety of telehealth solutions around the world. This includes BlueJeans Telehealth, which has been specifically designed to simplify the virtual connection and televisiting experience and provides data-driven insights that can provide better access to care, improve safety and extend the reach of available services. By mapping the user experience to clinical team workflows, the BlueJeans Telehealth platform helps replicate the experience of onsite patient interactions, while providing the flexibility of virtual healthcare.
Today’s announcement builds on the company’s network-as-a-service foundation and supports its growing private networking, mobile edge computing and enterprise solutions businesses.
Notes to editors – quotes from partners:
Richard Haynes, Global Lead and Head of Health & Care UK, Capgemini:
“We are very proud to partner with Verizon and Visionable to address the global need for healthcare transformation augmented by digital technology and service innovation. We will put the patient and healthcare workforce at the center of our digital service through our secure, scalable and modular connected healthcare delivery model. Together, we will collaborate with healthcare providers to deliver end-to-end services to drive effective clinical connectivity, operational efficiencies, and continuous service innovation.”
Sudheer Matta, Group VP, VP of Products, AI-Driven Enterprise, Juniper Networks
“Patient, staff and guest experiences can be completely transformed through the application of actionable network-derived insights and sophisticated location services enabled by smart Wi-Fi, Bluetooth LE and standards-based technologies. similar. From precise wayfinding and resource planning to locating key assets and people, Juniper uniquely leverages Mist® AI to deliver the best personalized healthcare experiences in a scalable and cost-effective way.