Pavilion Overview

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The educational demonstrations at the, Intelligent Health™ Pavilion deliver a number of compelling use cases across collaborating vendors that highlight how multiple technologies can seamlessly, interoperate with state of the art, medical equipment and co-exist to improve the overall patient care environment.

The Intelligent Health™ Pavilion brings together not only RFID and RTLS technology firms and their many use cases, but also new and complementary technologies such as NFC, bar coding, software, sensors, and wireless technology firms all at one easy, accessible location.

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HIMSS14 Highlights
  • 26,000 Square Foot Destination Pavilion
  • 5 room Intelligent Medical Home
  • 9 room Intelligent Hospital
  • 66 vendors
  • 5000 visitors
  • 3,514 Guided Tours Taken
  • 766 Self Guided Tours Taken
For More Information

Harry P. Pappas

hpappas@ihassociation.org

1.484.995.8383

 

Bryant Broder

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Intelligent Health Pavilion at HIMSS15

April  12 – 16  2015           Chicago, McCormick Place

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CONNECT WITH OVER 8,000 VISITORS IN ONE DESTINATION PAVILION

With multiple avenues to influence and meet visitors, The Intelligent Health Pavilion offers hard-to-duplicate results that last long after the event ends.   Join us as we raise the level of awareness and educate healthcare professionals:

  • Showcase your Products and Solutions in our 15+ Medical Home, Hospital and Practitioner demonstration rooms
  • Nominate clients and healthcare facilities for an Intelligent Healthcare Award
  • Demonstrate your solutions/products integrated and working in our scripted tours
  • Speak in the Leadership or Innovation Theater
  • Publish case studies in the Intelligent Health Association glossy, 150 page magazine
  • Attract New Prospects
  • Introduce New Products

Pavilion Features:

Hospital Demonstration Rooms:

Nine demonstration rooms are planned for the Intelligent Hospital .  A tour will be created for each room and staff will be hired to demonstrate equipment as part of the tours.  Visitors will be able to wear headsets and take a 20 minute tour to learn about the technologies and their impact on patient care, patient safety, operational efficiencies. Rooms include:

image005OR:  The Intelligent Hospital Pavilion Advanced Perioperative Suite demonstrates a modern vision of an integrated OR environment.  In this simulated operating room patient care is safer, more efficient and prevents unnecessary costs through use of the latest technology.  Solutions featured here include RTLS/RFID systems to provide real-time operational intelligence and communication, state of the art LED surgical lighting systems, wireless communication notification systems, sterile surgical instrument management, advanced anesthesia delivery, surgical booms  and high definition cameras and displays.  Click here to see video.

ICU: image002 Advanced monitoring systems, ventilators, and infusion pumps deliver patient support and relevant data related to the patient’s condition and care status. The patient care area platform facilitates the transfer of wired and wireless sensor data to the patient’s medical record, while delivering updates and alarms directly to the appropriate care providers at the point of care. Handheld devices enable healthcare providers to send text messages and waveforms, along with either VoIP or mobile cell staff-to staff communications, facilitating rapid response to critical issues.   The ICU includes RFID based bedside devices, medication administration support, sample collection and point-of care laboratory technology enabling blood diagnostics for venous and arterial tests. RFID and barcodes identify each meeting between patients and staff, ensuring that each patient receives the right care and the right medication at the right time. RTLS solutions such as hand hygiene, infant protection, staff emergency and duress and equipment shrinkage reduction provide security and ensure staff compliance to ensure each patient is served in a safe environment. ICU’s can employ RTLS integrations to institutional databases, such as the CMS, to identify device failure, requirements for PM, or need of additional devices, enabling rapid response. Two-way audio and visual communications and dashboards are used to dynamically monitor the status of the patient and environment.  Click here to see video.


ED:   Within the Emergency Department and Ambulatory Care settings of the Intelligent Hospital Pavilion, the highlighted technology solutions include communication systems, vital signs monitoring, hand hygiene monitoring and patient tracking solutions. Quick registration solutions and bedside PC applications manage patient data and ensure the patient is admitted and treated as efficiently as possible.  RTLS  and RFID systems provide enterprise visibility of patients and staff.  RTLS data displayed on dashboards enable nurses, physicians and administrators to monitor patient wait time and provide alerts if times exceed specific guidelines. RTLS data provides traffic patterns and identifies bottle necks.  Critical assets such as IV pumps can be located on a map of the hospital.  Management platforms also track critical resources and their availability at the OR as well as in patient rooms. These RTLS / RFID coupled systems expedite patient processing and throughput, ensuring that time and resources are optimized.


Ambulatory:  Every minute counts when it comes to patient care and throughput, and rapid seamless communication systems ensure the patients are treated effectively with no time wasted. This room features remote monitoring, connectivity and use of RFID in the transport of a patient as well as when that patient is recovering in bed.  Monitors detect a movement that could lead to a fall, hand-hygiene technology monitors the hand washing of healthcare providers, while a telemetry system automates vital sign collection and alerts clinicians if he patient’s condition deteriorates. An infant security system ensures babies are matched with their mothers before a mistake is made, and robotic delivery technology brings medication to the unit or healthcare provider who needs it. An integrated web-based meal ordering application enables guest meal selections for either on-demand room service or a tray line meal service.

Pharmacy:  Technology helps ensure that the correct medication and dose gets to the right patient, at the right time and via the right route.  In the Intelligent Hospital Pavilion pharmacy, the latest solutions can automatically alert the pharmacist when a patient requires life-saving drugs, while smart storage cabinets ensure medication can be identified automatically, and infusion pumps dispensing medication can communicate with the hospital’s electronic health record.  Usage patterns of medications can be analyzed and shared with reporting tools while controlled substances can be managed by sending replenishment requests electronically from the drug storage cabinets.  Click here to see video.

Supply Chain:image006  Visit the debut of its Supply Chain Suite, demonstrating the advancements needed in your supply chain to achieve improved safety, care delivery and reduced costs. You will see how bar-code and RFID technology is revolutionizing the entire process and workflow of supplies that come into your central supply rooms and distributed throughout your health setting. You’ll witness how Auto-ID will capture expired and recalled items along with preventing the wrong item from being sent to a surgery case. Supply Chain dashboard and analytics will be demonstrated through, Software as a Service, SaS, bringing real-time intelligence against determined metrics to make continuous improvements.  Click here to see video.

LDRP and NICU:image004  Labor, delivery, recovery, and postpartum (LDRP) rooms are designed to provide a comfortable, home-like atmosphere using state-of-the-art technology to provide continuity of care and increase patient satisfaction.  Electronic fetal monitoring systems, nurse call lights, event notification systems, and infant security tags are utilized to notify care providers of patients’ needs and status changes.  Birthing beds easily transition for delivery and quickly revert back to the traditional bed for the recovery and postpartum periods.  Infant stations and transport cribs are stored in the room and ready for use when needed.  Interactive patient care systems supply personalized health and wellness education videos for both mother and baby.  The patient and her family are able to order and enjoy hotel-style room service through the meal ordering service system.  The digital technologies, services, and private room environment of the LDRP promote the increase of the overall patient experience and satisfaction.

Clinical Laboratory:  New in 2015, the  focus will be on the clinical laboratory operations, including pathology, microbiology and chemistry.  Microbiology receives almost any clinical specimen and the work here is mainly concerned with cultures, to look for suspected pathogens .  Microbiology encompasses  the sciences of bacteriology, virology, parasitology, immunology, and mycology.    Clinical Chemistry focuses on instrumental analysis of blood components, such as enzymology, toxicology, endocrinology, while Hematology supports  automated and manual analysis of blood cells.  Besides the clinical analyzers and devices providing the sample diagnostics the lab will demonstrate integration with a variety of information  systems  archiving patient specific results into the electronic medical records and enabling the delivery of information to a variety of locations and clinicians including the point of care.

Medical Home Rooms:

2014 saw the launch of the Intelligent Medical Home as part of the Intelligent Health Pavilion.  Along with the Intelligent Hospital, the Pavilion’s Medical Home  showcased through relevant use cases, a combination of both smart home (consumer oriented) technologies, as well as a layer of clinical technologies that have been successfully deployed in smart homes, hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities.

At HIMSS15 The IMH™ team will once again build out a technology enabled, 1,800 square foot, fully furnished demo home, where visitors will see the continuum of healthcare from the hospital to the patient’s medical home, through the use of cutting edge technologies.with many technology options from today’s most innovative startup firms, that will re-shape the health industry. The IMH will demonstrate all possible delivery options to the home via satellite, cable-TV, traditional hard wire line companies and of course the explosive wireless industry.

Sponsor in The Intelligent Medical Home where cutting-edge technology makes a patient’s home a safe place of continued healthcare, providing seamless communication with clinicians.  In the bed, a patient’s movements can be tracked and reported with sensors, while another sensor system detects changes in a patient’s movement as she goes about her day.  Connecting patients and their caregivers in the home to their providers will be demonstrated by a variety of solutions, including video-conferencing. Also, real-time information about medication management can be tracked and shared with clinicians, patients and families. An automated alerting engine offers fire alarm and duress data along with status of generators, water heaters and more. Analytics and the management of all this data from the home will be on display as well. Five demonstration rooms are planned for the Intelligent Home.  A tour will be created for each room and staff will be hired to demonstrate equipment as part of the tours.  Visitors will be able to wear headsets and take a 20 minute tour to learn about the technologies and their impact on patient care, patient safety, and how today’s home becomes part of the continuum of healthcare.  Click here to see video.

  • Family Room
  • Kitchen
  • Acute Care Bathroom
  • Handicapped Bathroom
  • Bedroom
  • Acute Bedroom

 Leadership and Innovation Theaters:

image007Every 30 minutes during Exhibit Hall hours educational sessions and case studies will be taking place in the Leadership and Innovation theaters.  All sessions will be promoted in the HIMSS Show Guide.

Handbooks:

With content provided by our educational partners and sponsors, this glossy handbook will detail the various use cases and technologies making a difference in healthcare  today.  The handbooks will be given to visitors at the entrance to the Pavilion.

Vendor Kiosks:

With one destination pavilion focused on auto-id technologies; visitors can visit many vendors, talk about multiple technologies and see multi-vendor solutions all seamlessly integrated.

Sponsorship Properties:

Use Case(s) in the Demonstration Rooms.  A use case is an example of your technology or product described in terms of how it improves patient care and safety, integrates with other products and contributes to operational efficiencies.  A demonstration of your solution/product will be incorporated into the scripted tours of the Medical Home and Hospital rooms.  Your use case name, QR Code, and Kiosk number will appear adjacent to your demonstration in the rooms.

Sponsor an industry thought leader or customer to speak about the impact of technology in Healthcare today in the Leadership or Innovation Theater.  The Foundation and Cornerstone  Sponsor levels provide for the sponsorship of a 40 minute panel discussion.

Publish case studies in the Intelligent Healthcare Handbooks.

Market your company and solution with Joint Press Releases with the IHA as well as inclusion in Pavilion signage and websites.

Video 30 minutes – footage of your choice-  at your kiosk or at one of the theaters.

Increase your visibility with logos on ear buds or on apparel worn by staff in the demonstration room.

Nominate a client for an Intelligent Health Association Award.

2015 Sponsorship Opportunities FIVE Levels of Sponsorship:

Foundation Sponsor / Industry Leader

  1. ONE of only TWO, non-competing, Key Stakeholders/sponsors in a given Hospital Demo Room – Firm name on signage in visible location in the demo room as: Foundation Sponsor and Co-Chair of that rooms Advisory Comm.
  2. Eight (8) Use cases in a combination of either the Hospital Demo rooms, (maximum of three (3) per room in the IH) and  in the IMHome, maximum of two (2) per room. The IHA and its planning committees will determine final room (s) for All Use Cases.
  3. Participation  in the script for all applicable room tours
  4. Firm Name, QR Code, & Kiosk number next to each Use Case in the selected Hospital room/IMH
  5. Company Logo, QR code, & Kiosk number on overall IH Pavilion Signage , in Alpha order
  6. Co-chair Specific IHP Room Advisory Committee
  7. Member of IH Pavilion Marketing Committee
  8. Member of IHA  Awards Committee
  9. One 20 minute speaking slots in Leadership Theater.
  10. 40 minute Panel Discussion (you and (3) guests of your choosing
  11. Full page AD in Pavilion Handbook
  12. Four page, case study in Pavilion Handbook
  13. Three (3) time use of Pavilion visitor Leads
  14. Four (4) time use of leads from all IHA tours
  15. 60 tickets to Monday night cocktail party reception for distribution to visitors
  16. Video B-Roll – 1/2 hour
  17. Press Releases (4) – IHA PR Online Account
  18. Foundation Size Kiosk– (AC, Monitor, Internet)
  19. 10 Exhibit Hall Passes
  20. Product Placement in the IHA Post show marketing video
  21. Rotating Banner AD for a 120 day period on all related RHCC and IHA web sites
  22. Ask about our 10% Discount for sponsorship of two or more events

Cornerstone Sponsor  

  1. ONE of only THREE, non-competing, Key Sponsors in a given Hospital Demo Room – Firm name on signage in visible location in the demo room as: Cornerstone Sponsor and member of that rooms Advisory Committee.
  2. SIX (6) Use cases in a combination of either the Hospital Demo rooms, (maximum of three (3) per room in the IH) and  in the IMHome, maximum of two (2) per room. The IHA and its planning committees will determine final room (s) for All Use Cases.
  3. Participation in all applicable  room tours
  4. Company Name, QR Code, & Kiosk number next to each Use Case in the selected hospital room
  5. Company Logo, QR code, & Kiosk number on IHP Signage , in Alpha order
  6. Member of IHP Marketing Committee
  7. Member of the Connectivity and IHP Integration Committee
  8. Member of IHA Awards Committee
  9. One 20 minute speaking slot in Leadership Theater.
  10. Full page AD in Pavilion Handbook
  11. Two page, case study in Pavilion Handbook
  12. Three (3) time use of Pavilion Visitor Leads
  13. Three (3) time use of leads from four tours
  14. 50 tickets to Monday night cocktail party reception for distribution to visitors
  15. Video B-Roll – 1/2 hour
  16. Press Releases (3) – IHA PR Online Account
  17. Large Kiosk– (AC, Monitor, Internet)
  18. 8 Exhibit Hall Passes
  19. Product Placement in the IHA Post show marketing video
  20. Ask about our 10% Discount for sponsorship of two or more events

Options:

  1. Panel Discussion (if available) – $7500

Platinum Sponsor  

  1. Four (4)  use cases in a combination of the IHP and/or the IMHome, a maximum of two (2) per agreed upon rooms. The IHA and its planning committees will determine final room (s) for All Use Cases.
  2. Participation in all applicable IHP rooms and IMH room tours
  3. Company Name, QR Code, & Kiosk number next to each Use Case in the selected hospital room
  4. Company Logo, QR code, & Kiosk number on IH Pavilion Signage , in Alpha order
  5. Member of IHA Awards Committee
  6. Member of the IHP Marketing Comm.
  7. One 20 minute speaking slot in Innovation Theater.
  8. Full page AD in Pavilion Handbook
  9. Two page, case study in Pavilion Handbook
  10. One (1) time use of Pavilion Visitor Leads
  11. Three  (3) time use of leads from one tour of the IHP
  12. 30 tickets to Monday night cocktail party reception
  13. Press Releases (1) – IHA PR Online Account
  14. Large Kiosk– (AC, Monitor, Internet)
  15. 6 Exhibit Hall Passes
  16. Product Placement in the IHA Post show marketing video
  17. Ask about our 10% Discount for sponsorship of two or more events

Options:

  1. Video B-Roll – 1/2 hour – $750
  2. Panel Discussion (if available) – $7500

Gold Sponsor  

  1. Total of Three (3) Use cases in a combination of either the Hospital Demo rooms, and  in the IMHome, maximum of TWO (2) per agreed upon rooms. The IHA and its planning committees will determine final room (s) for All Use Cases.
  2. Participation in all applicable room tours
  3. Company Name, QR Code, & Kiosk number next to each Use Case in the selected IMH room
  4. Company Logo, QR code, & Kiosk number on IH Pavilion Signage , in Alpha order
  5. ONE, 20 minute speaking slot in the Innovation Theater
  6. Half page AD in Pavilion Handbook
  7. One page case study in Pavilion Handbook
  8. One (1) time use of Pavilion Visitor Leads
  9. 20 tickets to Monday cocktail party reception
  10. Small Kiosk – (AC, Monitor, Internet)
  11. 4 Exhibit Hall Passes
  12. 10% Discount for sponsorship of two or more events

Options

  1. Additional 20 minute speaking slot (if available) – $2500
  2. Press Release – IHA PR Online Account   – $300
  3. Video B-Roll – 1/2 hour – $750 

Silver Sponsor  

  1. Two (2) use cases in the IHP and/or IMH.  The IHA and its planning committees will determine final room (s) for All Use Cases.
  2. Participation in all applicable room tours
  3. Company Name, QR Code, & Kiosk number next to each Use Case in the selected IMH room
  4. Company Logo, QR code, & Kiosk number on IMH Pavilion Signage , in Alpha order
  5. Half page AD in Pavilion Handbook
  6. One page case study in Pavilion Handbook
  7. One (1) time use of  Pavilion Visitor Leads
  8. 10 tickets to Monday cocktail party reception
  9. Small Kiosk – (AC, Monitor, Internet)
  10. 2 Exhibit Hall Passes
  11. Ask about our 10% Discount for sponsorship of two or more events

 Options:

  1. Press Release – IHA PR Online Account  – $300
  2. Video B-Roll – 1/2 hour – $750

Other Sponsorship Properties Available

  1. Tour Guide Sponsor – Guides will wear sponsor supplied hospital attire with sponsor logo
  2. Ear buds for hand held devices
  3. IH Awards – Grand Award
  4. Theater Naming Right
  5. Themed Tour Naming Right
  6. Demonstration Room Naming Right
  7. Cocktail Reception Sponsor (8 available)