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Workshops on Wireless Technology in Healthcare

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E: Framework for Hospital CIOs These gaps must ?eg, QoS, data integrity, signal security, EMC compatibility, wireless coexistence--be addressed in

    Technical co-sponsor:

    ? IEEE Engineering in Medicine Advocating the of wireless-based technologies in healthcare? and Biology Society

Hosted by The RFID in Healthcare Consortium, The RFID Educational Foundation, Inc.

    with participation by the US Food and Drug Administration and the

    Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh)

    Co-located with 1105 Media FOSE www.fose.com

    Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 801 Mount Vernon Place NW, Washington, DC 20001 Room 207A 8:00 8:30 Registration, Continental Breakfast Agenda: 8:30 9:15 Welcome / Introduction, Dr. Elliot Sloane, Villanova University 9:15 10:00 Government Applications & Overview Civilian & Military. Confirmed: FDA (Brian Beard, Deputy Director, CDRH; Ann Ferriter, Network Lead, Cardiothoracic and Peripheral Vascular Devices

    10:00 10:15 Break

    10:15 11:00 Inpatient & Home Heatlhcare Case Studies. Sloan-Kettering, Paul Frisch; Tom Judd, Kaiser Permanente;

    11:00 12:00 Breakout 1

    A: In-patient. Wireless Applications

    B: Wireless in Doctor’s Office

    C Medical Grade Wireless

    D. TBD

    Noon to 1:00 pm Medical Device Interoperability: The Rosetta Project, Dr. Elliot Sloane, et.al. 1:00 - 2:00 pm Wireless options for personal health care. (mHealth and _________[CTIA member slot]

    2:00 3:15 Breakout 2:

    E: Framework for Hospital CIOs

    F: Verification / Validation / Simulation

    G Medical Grade Wireless

    H. TBD

    3:15 3:30 Break

    3:30 4:30 TBD

    4:30-5:30 pm Take home action items, schedule follow-up meetings

    Facilitators: Norm Conklin, Veriwave; Matt Grubis, GE Healthcare; Partha Narasimhan, Aruba Networks; Art Gasch, Medical Strategic Planning; Peter Waegemann, mHealth Initiative;Tom Judd, Kaiser Permanente;

    RSVP: Emily Sopensky, VP & COO, The RFID Educational Foundation, Inc.

    Email: esopensky@therfidfoundation.org Please include: Full Name, Phone Number(s), Economic Affiliation (employer or sponsor) A

    minimal registration fee is required to cover expenses for refreshments and lunch.

    Technical co-sponsor:

     IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society

    Introduction: Wireless technologies have been used for decades in medical devices. Yet only with the recent advent of wireless

    broadband technologies and wireless for mobile medical devices have applications skyrocketed.

    Problem: Most wireless protocol and systems now in home settings have been repurposed and adapted from other applications,

    compromising their original purposing and design for high-reliability, secure, life-critical medical applications. More than any other technology employed in modern medicine, wireless connectivity calls upon the resources of

    government and numerous industry groups: medical devices, information technology, RFID, telecommunications and cellular telephone to mention but a few.

    The disparate nature of these groups leaves several unresolved gaps in the implementation of most wireless medical

    devices and systems. These gaps must e.g., QoS, data integrity, signal security, EMC compatibility, wireless

    coexistence--be addressed in order to avoid undesired behaviors and potential safety risks. - Inform and Educate on current wireless health care applications and issues, especially with federal Goals: agencies

    - Devise strategies for present and future technologies

    - Develop pathways to ensure the safe, secure and reliable use of wireless technology in healthcare - Identify stakeholders from different industries, stimulate dialog, and develop collaborative efforts

    Technical co-sponsor:

     IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society

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