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A Look at the Future of Patient Monitoring

Start Date:6/12/2019

Start Time:2:00 PM EDT

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

It is envisioned that in the connected hospital of the future, medical devices as IoMTs will share real-time data securely and reliably. They will combine with AI and advanced Clinical Decision Support (CDS) to improve patient outcomes, reduce errors and lower costs. They will help doctors and nurses ensure 24x7 quality monitoring, detect unexpected conditions and deliver critical care on time.

Today, GE Healthcare – one of the world’s largest healthcare companies -- and RTI – one of the world’s largest IoT connectivity companies – are working together on a new way to connect medical systems.

In a webinar on June 12, GE Healthcare Monitoring Solutions Chief Technology Officer Oliver Astley and Real-Time Innovations (RTI) CEO Stan Schneider will discuss how the industry can unleash the magic of data centricity in support of patient centricity so that everything can work together as one system. Hospitals with smart devices and algorithms connected through easy, reliable, secure data sharing will usher in the smart healthcare era.

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Speakers

Stan Schneider

Stan is CEO of Real-Time Innovations (RTI). RTI is the edge autonomy leader with over 1300 designs in Energy, Medical, Automotive, Transportation, and Defense. Stan is Vice Chair of the IIC and serves on the advisory board of the IoT Solutions World Congress. Stan has a PhD in EE/CS from Stanford.. 

Oliver Astley

Oliver Astley is CTO, Mobile Digital Health, GE Healthcare

Since that time he held roles as a research manager, technology interface to GE businesses, and Technology Leader for Power Conversion and Delivery. Across these roles he led global teams that developed technology for multiple GE businesses that include: Oil & Gas, Healthcare, Aviation, Industrial Systems, and Energy Systems.

In 2015, he became the CTO for GE Healthcare’s Mobile Digital Health. His team is focused on revolutionizing patient monitoring and patient care; this includes developing a true Healthcare IOT that provides data driven insights to help caregivers make decisions that in turn improve patient outcomes. To make this happen his team develops new sensing systems, visualization, data networking, edge and cloud technologies.

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