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SOLUTION brief
Intel IoT
Healthcare
Reducing Hospital Readmissions
with the Pharmacy of the Future
Powered by technology from Onyx and Intel, USF Health Pharmacy Plus*
reinvents the pharmacy with smarter consulting and engagement.
Studies show that
problems with
medication account for
a substantial portion
of readmissions. The
answer to preventing
hospital stays may be
at the pharmacy.
Designing a Pharmacy for Smarter Care
As hospital readmissions strain healthcare systems, pharmacies are rethinking the role
they play in the connected healthcare workflow. Hospitals want to enable pharmacists
to provide more informed counseling, while leveraging the pharmacy as a channel to
encourage patients to be more proactive in their health. USF Health at the University
of South Florida, Tampa, has digitally transformed its pharmacy with Onyx medicalgrade all-in-one computing systems, powered by Intel® processors.
At USF Pharmacy Plus*, new Internet of Things (IoT) technologies allow patients
to conduct follow-up visits via videoconference and real-time screen sharing with
doctors. Robotic arms can automatically fill prescriptions, and pharmacists can
connect to patient records to help avoid drug interactions or allergic reactions. This
new generation of pharmacy is leading to fewer hospital readmissions, more satisfied
patients, and a higher caliber of care.
Pharmacies Key to Fewer Readmissions
Hospital readmissions have become a costly problem for patients, healthcare systems,
and insurers in the U.S. For Medicare patients alone, the cost of readmissions has
climbed to roughly $26 billion annually, of which an estimated $17 billion could have
been avoided with better post-discharge care.1 Adding to the pressure are penalties in
the form of reduced payments from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
(CMS) to hospitals with too many readmissions. 2
An important, but often overlooked, step in preventing readmissions exists at the
pharmacy. Studies show that problems with medication—patient nonadherence,
adverse drug events, unintentional overdoses, and missing information—account for
a substantial portion of readmissions. One study in particular found that patients with
medication discrepancies had a 30-day hospital readmission rate of 14.3 percent,
compared with 6.1 percent for patients without a discrepancy. 3
By 2014, three-quarters of hospitals in the U.S. had adopted electronic health record
(EHR) systems, which make patient records available to providers in real time.4 However,
most pharmacies do not have access to EHR systems. It’s a missed opportunity for
expertly trained pharmacists to avoid drug interactions, prevent allergic reactions, and
offer better patient education to reduce other potential problems.
Intel IoT Healthcare
2
30-Day Hospital Readmission Rates
14.3%
patients with
a medication
discrepancy
3
6.1%
patients
without a
discrepancy
Patients who take a different medication than the one on their discharge
list are more than twice as likely to be readmitted to the hospital.
Better Engagement, Smarter Consulting
Technology for Telemedicine
Telemedicine is growing as the healthcare industry looks for
ways to improve value-based care. The global telemedicine
market is expected to grow 14.3 percent each year5 as
hospitals, practices, and pharmacies expand their scope of
care. Traditional pharmacies, including CVS and Walgreens,
have already launched telemedicine programs that are
designed to educate and connect patients with health
resources. Both chains are expanding their services in 2016.
With computing equipment specially designed for healthcare,
Onyx makes it easier for pharmacies, clinics, and hospitals to
extend their reach and boost patient satisfaction. The new
Pharmacy Plus includes two private rooms where patients can
conduct teleconsulting sessions with a doctor via an ONYX
Smart View Medical Station. The stations feature integrated,
high-definition, multipurpose diagnostic scopes that can
capture images and collect readings with help from an onsite physician practitioner. These tools enable preliminary
ENT, ultrasound, and dermatology exams, providing remote
physicians with more information about the patient’s condition.
In addition, pharmacists can teleconference directly with
physicians on call for real-time joint counsel on treatment.
At the forefront of digital pharmacy innovation is USF Health.
In 2015, the hospital system unveiled its Pharmacy Plus, a
new model designed to help pharmacists provide better
consulting, encourage patients to be more involved in their
care, and enable patients to communicate more extensively
with providers. At the core of the pharmacy’s reinvention are
Onyx medical-grade, all-in-one workstations, mobile nursing
workstations, patient infotainment terminals, and medicalpanel PCs powered by Intel processors.
To start with, Onyx solutions enable USF Health to feed
its EHR system into Pharmacy Plus. Now prescriptions
are automatically transmitted to the pharmacy and filled
immediately. This process not only provides faster customer
service, but also minimizes human errors and saves employee
time. More important, pharmacists can access the EHR for
additional information about patients, such as allergies or
other conditions, on their physician workstations. This helps
pharmacists provide better consultations or recommend
medications that may lead to better outcomes.
To empower patient self-management, Pharmacy Plus added
private patient-education stations. These stations feature the
ONYX-BE182 patient infotainment terminal, which provides
interactive, educational content for post-treatment and recovery
guidance. In the pharmacy reception area, patients can conduct
simple self-triage prior to their telemedicine visits using
wearable devices that communicate with ONYX Venus mobile
nursing workstations and ONYX-121/2112 slim patient kiosks.
USF Health Pharmacy Plus* reimagines the roles of both the patient
and the pharmacist in healthcare.
Intel IoT Healthcare
3
Designed for the Pharmacy
Intel IoT for Healthcare
Onyx offers a full line of medical-grade computing platforms
powered by Intel processors, including surgical workstations,
medical panel PCs, bedside infotainment terminals, medical
box PCs, medical tablets, mobile nursing workstations, and
medical embedded motherboards.
ZEUS-227S Smart View Medical Station
At USF Health Pharmacy Plus, this 22-inch multitouch medical
station is connected to a robotic arm that can quickly grab the
right bottle of medication and automatically fill a prescription.
Designed with fanless operation and an Intel® Core™ i7
processor, the medical station features a barcode reader for
better tracking of drug dispensing and easy infection-control
maintenance.
Intel is collaborating with others in the healthcare industry
to develop innovative new solutions that improve global
healthcare quality, affordability, and accessibility. The latest IoT
technology, such as Intel® processors and Intel® IoT Gateways,
is making it possible to transform remote patient monitoring,
personalize treatment, improve patient outcomes, and lower
healthcare costs.
images and readings are captured and shared via real-time
screen-sharing with physicians, while an integrated webcam
facilitates counseling.
ONYX-2122 and ONYX-121 Slim Medical Patient Kiosks
These slim patient kiosks feature Intel® Atom™ processors and
serve as point of sale and information terminals. Patients can
conduct preliminary self-triage via wearable health devices
that communicate with kiosks.
Venus Series Mobile Workstations
Onyx’s mobile nursing workstations feature Intel® Celeron®
processors and are powered by built-in, hot-swappable
batteries. These mobile workstations are ideal for hospital and
long-term-care facilities that require a workstation-on-wheels
with mobility and telemedicine capabilities.
ZEUS-247 Smart View Medical Station
Pharmacy Plus’s tele-counseling platform delivers power
performance with an Intel Core i7 processor, fanless design,
and DICOM-compliant display for clinical-level images. Medical
ONYX Patient Infotainment Terminals
These terminals feature an Intel Celeron processor and provide
interactive patient education, TV entertainment, and patientside record access with security credentials.
ONYX Digital Pharmacy Solution Architecture
Patient Kiosk
ONYX-1222
Improve Patient Medicine
Knowledge and Ensure
Medication Instruction Accuracy
Patient Education
Wellness IoT Management
Wearable Medical Device
Pharmacists’ Station
Automatic Medicine
Dispenser
Prevent Overdose or
Incorrect Medication
ZEUS 247
Patient EHR Access
Prescription Counsel
Prescription Auto-Refill
Accurate Medicine Dispensing
Traceable and Controlled Dosage
Minimize Manual Labor Efforts
Telemedicine Station
Patient
Satisfied Patient
Telecounseling
On-site Primary Diagnosis
Prevent Readmission from
Nonurgent Hospital Visit
VENUS 222
Figure 1. Onyx has developed a full line of medical computing equipment powered by Intel® processors.
Reduce Readmission
Improved Patient Satisfaction
Efficient Quality Care
Intel IoT Healthcare
4
Better Patient Outcomes
With smart computing designed for healthcare, nextgeneration pharmacies can improve patient outcomes and
boost customer satisfaction. Telemedicine and computing
stations that connect to EHR systems can help patients
understand their medications and take them as prescribed,
while enabling pharmacists to avoid adverse effects—and
keep patients from returning to the hospital.
Learn More about IoT
For more information about Intel® IoT technologies,
visit intel.com/iot.
To learn more about ONYX medical-grade computing solutions
for healthcare, visit usa.onyx-healthcare.com.
1. “The Revolving Door: A Report on U.S. Hospital Readmissions.” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, February 2013, http://www.rwjf.org/content/dam/farm/reports/reports/2013/rwjf404178.
2. “Readmissions Reduction Program.” Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, August 2014, https://www.cms.gov/medicare/medicare-fee-for-service-payment/acuteinpatientpps/readmissionsreduction-program.html.
3. Grissinger, Matthew, “Reduce Readmissions With Pharmacy Programs That Focus on Transitions From the Hospital to the Community.” Pharmacy and Therapeutics, April 2015, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.
gov/pmc/articles/PMC4378513/.
4. “Adoption of Electronic Health Record Systems among U.S. Non-Federal Acute Care Hospitals: 2008-2014.” Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, April 2015, https://www.
healthit.gov/sites/default/files/data-brief/2014HospitalAdoptionDataBrief.pdf.
5. “Five Telemedicine Trends Transforming Health Care in 2016.” The National Law Review, November 2015, http://www.natlawreview.com/article/five-telemedicine-trends-transforming-health-care-2016.
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22” ONYX Fanless Mobile EHR / Telemedicine Solution
OP-ONYX-WOW05H-2B
Mobile Nursing Workstation with Hot Swappable Batteries & Height Adjustable Cart
Features
● Intel® BayTrail J1900 Quad-Core Processor
● 22”(16:9) LED LCD Display
● 2 Hot Swappable Batteries with sBMS Control Tool
● 4KV Medical Isolated USB/COM/LAN Ports
● PIV Card Compatible
● Water-Proof & Light Weight & Fanless & Noiseless
● Embedded 2.0MP Webcam for Telemedicine
● 9V/12V/24V on-unit External power output (Optional)
● CE/FCC Class B, EN/UL60601-1 Medical Certification
● Lightweight Cart with Height Adjustment Capability
● Medical Washable Keyboard and Mouse
VENUS-222ST-C2-1010 Mobile Nursing Workstation
Main Specifications
Processor with Chipset
Intel ® Celeron J1900 Quad Core 2.4Ghz
System Memory & Storage
4GB DDR3 SODIMM & 128GB SSD
Operating System
Windows ® 7 Professional (32 bit & 64 bit)
Security
Smart Card Reader, RFID (Optional)
Wireless Communication
Intel 802.11 a/b/g/n , Bluetooth 4.0
Speaker
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Power On/Off, LCD Brightness Up, LCD Brightness
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2 MP Front Camera, 5MP (Optional)
Function Key
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Size & Resolution
22 inch (16:9) & 1980 x 1020
Max. Colors & Brightness
16.7M & 250 nits with Light Sensor
View Angle & Contrast ratio
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178°(H) & 3000:1
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Battery x 1
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Video Out
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Audio
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9V/12V/24V (Optional)
Mechanical and Environmental
Operating Temperature
0°C ~ 40°C(32°F ~ 104°F)
Storage Temperature
-20°C ~ 60°C(-4°F ~ 140°F)
Storage Humidity
10%~95% @ 35°C, non-condensing
Degree of Protection
Front Panel IP-65 Certified, IP x 1
System Cooling
Fan-less
Net Weight
7.5kg (16.53lb)
Certification
CE/FCC Class B, UL/EN 60601, PSE, RCM
OP-TD-SV40
Height Adjustablet Cart w/ KB and Mouse Tray
Main Specifications
USB 2.0 x 4
Line-out /
Mic-in
Isolation Com
Port x 2
Height
50.5” to 65.13” to Top of Work Surface
Max Carrying Load
Up to 35 lbs
Max Tilt Angle
+20o & -5o in a Static Tilt Test
Castors
Ultra-Smooth Gliding 2x Free Running, 2x Locking
Turning Circle
30” Diameter
Mounting Options
Front and Rear Channels Provide for Accessory Mountings
Cart Weight
59 lbs (Subjest to Configuration)
Compliance
CE, UL/EN 60601
22" Mobile Nursing Workstation with Hot Swappable Batteries & Height Adjustable Cart
Dimension / Unit: mm
OP-TD-SV40
VENUS-222
14.63"
(372 mm)
7" - 12"
(178-305 mm)
50.5"
19.5"
(1282 mm)
(495 mm)
17"
(432 mm)
2.5"
17.5"
(64mm)
(445 mm)
2.9"
19.75"
(74 mm)
31" - 51"
(7871295 mm)
28.7"
(728 mm)
(502 mm)
23" - 43"
16.75"
(584-1092 mm)
(425 mm)
19.25"
(489 mm)
22.38"
(568 mm)
12.4"
(315 mm)
2" (51 mm)
21"
4"
(102 mm)
(533 mm)
Accessories
OPM-P01C-03
6-Slot Battery Bank
OPM-P02C-02
OPM-P01T-02
2-Slot Battery Bank
2-Battery Pack
Main Specifications
OPM-P01C-03
OPM-P02C-02
Power
Input: 24V ; Output: 10.4V / 11A
Input: 24V ; Output: 10.4V / 11A
Battery Pack
3S2P / 6 Cell Lithium-ion battery
Power Adaptor
250W
150W
Typical Capacity
5800 mAh
Main Specifications
LED Indicator
Green light : Fully charge ;Blue light : Charging
Nominal Voltage
10.8 V
Battery Type
Lithium Battery
Power Consumption
62.64 Wh
Battery Charge Time
2 hrs for 85%, 3hrs for 100%
Battery Run Time
8 hr
Certification
CE/FCC Class B, UL/EN 60601
Life Cycle
1000 Cycle
Certification
CE/FCC Class B, UL/EN 60601
Mechanical and Environmental
Mechanical and Environmental
Architecture
ABS+PC
Color
White
Dimension
304(L) x 135(W) x 40.5(H) mm
191(L) x 66(W) x 117(H) mm
Net Weight
1350 g (2.97 lb)
670 g (1.47 lb)
Operating Temperature
0°C ~ 40°C(32°F ~ 104°F)
Storage Temperature
-20°C ~ 60°C(-4°F ~ 140°F)
Storage Humidity
10%~95%@35°C, non-condensing
Color
White
Dimension
78(L) x 44(W) x 84(H) mm
Weight
300g
Operating Temperature
0°C ~ 40°C(32°F ~ 104°F)
Storage Temperature
-20°C ~ 60°C(-4°F ~ 140°F)
Storage Humidity
10%~95%@35°C, non-condensing
Ordering Information
» OP-ONYX-WOW05H-2B
» Venus-222ST-C2-1010
» OPM-P01T-02
» OPM-P02C-02
22" (16:9) Fanless Nursing Workstation w/ 2 Hot Swappable Batteries,
Medical Grade Power Adapter & Power Cord,
Height Adjustable Cart w/ Medical Keyboard and Mouse
2 Battery Kit. Li-ion 3S2P. 10.8V/5800mAh
» OPM-P01C-03
6-Slot Power bank + Medical adaptor 24V/250W
22" (16:9) Fanless Nursing Workstation w/ 2 Hot Swappable Batteries,
Medical Grade Power Adapter & Power Cord
2-Slot Power bank + Medical adaptor 24V/150W
Physician All-in-One Desktop PC
MATE-2201ST-C1-1010
22" Core i7 Touch Panel Physician All-in-One Desktop PC
Features
● Intel® Core i7-4770TE Dual Core 3.3GHz Processor
● 128 GB SSD
● DDR3 SODIMM 4GB
● 22" Full HD LCD with LED Backlight
● Capacitive Multi-Touch Screen
● High Speed USB 3.0 Ports
● Window 7 Professional
● White Color ID Design
● Smart Card Reader
LCD on/off
Barcode
Scanner
(optional)
Power on / off
Re a d i n g L i g ht
LCD Brightness
Speaker Volume
Touch Screen on/off
Gigabit LAN x 2
RS-232 x 2 (optional)
or
PCI Express [x1] (optional)
2 x USB 2.0
2 x USB 3.0
DC Jack
Mic in
Processor
Intel® Core i7-4770TE Dual Core 3.3GHz
System Memory
Chipset
OS Support
Dual Channel DDR3 SODIMM 4GB
Intel ® H81
Window ® XP, Window ® 7
Storage Disk Drive
128GB SSD x 1
Security
Trusted Platform Module, Smart Card Reader
Wireless Communication
Speaker
Function Key
Power Requirement
802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0
5W x 2
Speaker Volume Up/Down, LCD Brightness Up/Down
DC 12~24V
Display
Size / Type
Max. Resolution
Luminance(cd/m2)(TYP)
22" MVA LCD
1920 x 1080
250 nits
Viewing Angle
178˚(H)/178˚(V)
Contrast Ratio
Back Light Life Time
Touch Screen
3000:1
30,000 Hours
Capacitive Multi-Touch
I/O
USB
Ethernet
Video Out
Audio
USB 2.0 x 4 (2 at the side), USB 3.0 x 2
Gigabit LAN x 2
Display Port x 1( Supports resolution up to 3840 x 2160),
HDMI x 1( Supports resolution up to 3840 x 2160)
Mic-in, Line-out
Mechanical and Environmental
HDMI
Equipotential
Terminal
Display Port
Line out
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Mounting VESA
Degree of Protection
Net Weight
Certification
Reading Light
usa.onyx-healthcare.com
0°C ~ 35°C(32°F ~ 95°F)
-20°C ~ 60°C(-4°F ~ 140°F)
75/100 mm
Front Panel IP65 ; Whole unit: IPx1
8.5kg (18.7lb)
CE, FCC Class B Passed 18,cULus Mark/UL+VTC
Report+ISO 14971(CAN/CSA-C22.2NOo.60601-1-08;
ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1:2005, EC 60601-1-1:2005, EN
60601-1:2006 ISO 14971)05022 / EN55024 15 Class B
22" Core i7 Touch Panel Physician All-in-One Desktop PC
Dimension / Unit: mm
Ordering Information
» MATE-2201ST-C1-1010
Medical Panel PC.i7-4770TE .22” LCD.DC 12~24V.Capacitive Touch.4GB RAM with Smart Card reader
summits 13­14 July 2015 Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, Palm Beach, FL, USA John Chuang and Scott Hopes Interview How Long­Term Care Facilities Can Win Business
John Chuang and Scott Hopes of Onyx Healthcare USA, Inc., a solution
provider at the marcus evans LTC & Senior Living CXO Summit Spring
2015, on being competitive as a LTC or senior living facility amid the
changes in the healthcare industry. Interview with: John Chuang, President & Scott Hopes, Chief Medical Officer,
Onyx Healthcare USA, Inc.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Long­term care (LTC) facilities are fighting for business in the healthcare sector, competing for hospital
discharges. “The higher the level of care a LTC facility can provide and its ability to reduce
readmissions to hospitals, the more valuable its service will be regarded and the volume of patients it
receives from hospitals will increase,” according to John Chuang, President, and Scott Hopes, Chief
Medical Officer, Onyx Healthcare USA, Inc.
Onyx Healthcare USA, Inc. is a solution provider for medical grade telemedicine and patient
engagement IT solutions at the marcus evans LTC & Senior Living CXO Summit Spring 2015 , in Los
Angeles, California, February 9­10.
How is the LTC business and reimbursement changing today?
Hopes: With changes in healthcare financing, there is more focus towards clinical outcomes and quality
of care. Hospitals are penalized if patients are readmitted within 30 days. LTC facilities are increasingly
relied on as a partner in that care, as a patient transitions from the acute care hospital setting back
home, with an intermediary or transitional stay in the LTC facility.
That brings numerous challenges, including communication with the clinical team and a higher degree
of reliance on access to the patient’s medical record. The question is, how can they implement the
necessary technologies despite capital funding constraints and actually deliver care that used to be
delivered at the hospital level? We have an entire line of solutions for clinical connectivity and
communication, including telemedicine and access to disparate electronic health records across
facilities and care settings.
In this in­between role, why should they focus more on technology? How can they be a better
link between acute care and the home setting?
Hopes: The technology to link the entire care organization has historically not existed. Unlike hospitals
and physician offices, the LTC sector did not receive federal government incentive payments to
implement Electronic Health Records (EHRs). That connectivity has not become the standard. To be a
participant in the continuum of care, LTC must also be able to collect and access patient information.
Chuang: In addition, most of the technology deployed in facilities until recently was consumer
electronics and not built to survive in a medical or healthcare environment. Many are having to deploy
more advanced technology to be certified for the medical environment, both to be more reliable and
for cyber security reasons.
Why do LTC facilities need telemedicine? How would that boost their bottom line?
Chuang: Patients can be closely followed up with the doctors who provided treatment at the hospital
before they transitioned over to LTC. Instead of doctor on­site visits, that can be done through
telemedicine technology, allowing the doctor to provide more care to more people.
Hopes: In the traditional LTC and post­acute care setting, there are periods when no physicians are in
the facility. In the evenings and nights, there may only be a nurse. If someone has an acute event in
that time, he or she will be transported to a hospital emergency room in an ambulance, and perhaps
admitted. The next day, they may be transported back.
A physician evaluation needed at the time one was not available ends up costing the hospital USD
40,000 to 50,000 for a one­day stay. With telemedicine, a consultation could have been conducted and
a clinical determination made, eliminating that costly transfer.
Chuang: Minimizing readmissions and penalties is key. This year, some Florida hospitals will receive a
three percent reduction on their Medicare reimbursement for the entire year just because of
readmissions. Thus, when a patient is readmitted, not only will the hospital not get paid for that return
length of stay, which could be USD 50,000, but also the following year it will get a penalty on all
Medicare payments for the year.
When LTC facilities are bundled into the financial payment for a particular episode of care, they can be
exposed to additional cost. It will be the facilities that can offer this technology and EHR connectivity,
where everyone is better informed about what care has or should be delivered, that will succeed.
Contact: Sarin Kouyoumdjian­Gurunlian, Press Manager, marcus evans, Summits Division
Tel: + 357 22 849 313
Email: [email protected]
About the LTC & Senior Living CXO Summit Spring 2015
The 8th Long­Term Care & Senior Living CXO Summit is the premium forum bringing senior level
executives and solution providers together. The Summit offers an intimate environment for a focused
discussion of key new drivers shaping the long­term care industry. Taking place at The Ritz­Carlton,
Marina del Rey, Los Angeles, California, February 9­10, 2015, the Summit includes presentations on
improving efficiency and profit margins, reimbursement management and strategy, catering for the
baby boomers and reducing readmissions.
For more information please send an email to [email protected] or visit the event website
marcus evans group – healthcare sector portal
Please note that the Summit is a closed business event and the number of participants strictly limited.
About Onyx Healthcare USA, Inc.
ONYX Healthcare USA, Inc. is a 100% medically focus subsidiary company of ASUS Group (Revenue:
US$ 17B+) with 15 plus years of medical device design experiences and ISO13485/ISO9001/FDA
Registered manufacturing practices. From hospitals to long term care facilities, ONYX focuses on
providing turnkey telemedicine and patient engagement computing solutions such as surgical
workstation, patient infotainment terminal, and mobile nursing workstation, and medical tablet to
enhance workflow efficiency and patient experiences.
http://usa.onyx­healthcare.com About marcus evans Summits
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Healthcare Infotainment Solution
ONYX-BE182DT-C2-1010
18.5" Bedside Infotainment Touch Terminal
Features
Webcam
Camera cover
Barcode scanner
RFID
●●
●●
●●
●●
●●
●●
●●
●●
●●
Touch
Function key
Programmable
Function key
Handset/
Remote Control
Intel® J1900 2.42GHz Quad Core Processor
18.5” Wide Color TFT LCD Touch Terminal
PCT for supporting Multi-Touch
Wire Remote-Control w/ Handset Function
VOIP Phone, Webcam, High Quality Speaker, MSR, Smart Card
Reader
Reading Light
Extension Feature: RFID, Barcode Scanner
IP65 Water Proof in front
EN 60601-1, UL 60601-1
Specifications
Main Specifications
Processor
Intel ® Celeron J1900 Quad Core 2.42GHz
System Memory
Supports DDR3 SODIMM up to 8GB
Expansion Interface
Mini Card x 2
Storage Disk Drive
Wireless communication
2.5" SATA Hard Disk Drive/SSD x 1
Trusted Platform Module, Smart Card Reader (optional),
MSR (optional), RFID (optional)
802.11b/g/n(optional), Bluetooth 4.0 (optional)
Speaker
1W x 2
Function Key
Speaker Volume Up/Down, LCD Brightnss Up/Down
Power Requirement
DC 12~24V
OS Support
Windows 7, Window 8.1, Linux
Security
Mic- in
Line-out
Display
USB x 2
Line Port x2
Ground
COM x 1
Speaker out x 1
Microphone x 1
DC-in x 1
USB x 2
Speaker x 2
Smart Card
Reader
MSR
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18.5" (16:9) Color TFT LCD
Resolution
1366 x 768
Max. Colors
16.7M
Luminance
300 nits
View Angle
170(H)/160(U)
Contrast Ratio
1000:1
MTBF
30,000 Hours
Touch Screen
Projected Capacitive Touch / 5-Wire Resistive Touch
I/O
USB
USB2.0 x 4
Serial Port
Isolated RS-232 x 1
Ethernet
Isolated Gigabit LAN x 2
Audio
Mic-in, Line-out
Mechanical and Environmental
Reading light x 2
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Size
Infection Control
Anti-Bacteria (optional)
Power Requirement
DC 12V ~24V
Operating Temperature
0°C ~ 40°C(32°F ~ 104°F)
Storage Temperature
-20°C ~ 60°C(-4°F ~ 140°F)
Mounting
VESA 75/100 mm
Degree of protection
Front Panel: IP65; Whole Unit: IPX1
Net Weight
4.2 kg
EMC
CE/ FCC Class B, UL60601-1, EN60601-1
Achieving a Return on Investment from EHR Systems
should they take to achieve the
desired, and intended, outcomes?
Chuang: Everyone has been so focused
on implementing EHR systems that they
have not paid enough attention to
having a user-friendly human interface,
to make sure healthcare professionals
have easy access to all the different
systems they put in place.
Hopes: This has been one of the
shortcomings in the rapid implementation of EHRs. What has occurred is a
productivity paradox. The systems that
were intended to improve productivity
have actually achieved the opposite.
Interview with: John Chuang,
President & Scott Hopes, Chief
Medical Officer, ONYX Healthcare
USA, Inc.
An upcoming challenge for healthcare
e x e c utiv e s to d ay is t o e ns ur e
meaningful use compliance of their
electronic health record (EHR) amongst
their facilities as the non-compliance
penalties become effective starting
2016,
according to John Chuang,
President, and Scott Hopes, Chief
Medical Officer, at ONYX Healthcare
USA, Inc.
“Over USD 30 billion has been spent on
implementing EHRs in hospitals and
physician practices, but as incentive
payments end and penalties for not
achieving Meaningful Use come into
force, they must now see a clear
improvement in clinical outcomes and
productivity. They need to extract
savings and efficiencies through the use
of technologies,” Hopes suggests.
ONYX Healthcare USA, Inc. is a turnkey
telemedicine and patient engagement
solution provider at the marcus evans
National Healthcare CFO Summit
Spring 2015 and the National
Healthcare CXO Summit Spring
2015, in Palm Beach, Florida, May
17-19.
Now that hospitals have implemented EHR systems, what steps
Chuang: Healthcare organizations need
a centrally managed physician and
patient engagement turnkey computing
solution, which is user-friendly and safe
for the healthcare space, which can
provide a single point-of-care easy
access to all the different EHR/PACS/
HIS systems within the facility.
How complicated is it to achieve
such an alignment of EHR systems?
Does this come down to hardware?
Chuang: We have come to realize that
there is no simple out-of-the-box
solution, where a hospital can just buy a
few computers and get the desired
outcome. It is critical that the
technology provider understands the
process flow in the healthcare space and
has the capability to custom build its
solution for the workflow that is unique
to each hospital. Many healthcare
consultants are familiar with the
industry, but not current with the
computing technology. On the other
hand, many computing platform
manufacturers who do not focus on the
healthcare space have no insights into
the healthcare process flow and
dedicate no resources to provide
purpose built solutions for each part of
the workflow. In order to provide a true
turnkey solution for each type of
healthcare facility, it will require not
only the proper hardware technology
but also the appropriate software
technology bundled with consulting
service tailored towards each facility.
How are
impacting
solution?
the disparate systems
results? What is the
Hopes: We have disparate EHR and
clinical data systems in this space. The
lack of point of care access to EHR
systems has resulted in a reduction in
productivity. The key challenge is in
getting physician utilization of the EHR
in the hospital setting. Until they fully
engage with the system in the hospital,
it will be difficult to achieve efficiencies
and improve clinical outcomes. That is a
key requirement to getting a return on
investment.
Currently, there is one system in the
hospital and another in the physician’s
office, which most likely the physician
cannot access from the hospital. If other
physicians are consulting on the case,
there may be a third, fourth or even
fifth EHR system, none of which talk
with each other.
One of the solutions we have brought to
the market is for physicians to access
multiple EHR systems at the point of
care, bring them on one page so they
can make an informed clinical decision.
The systems need to be readily
accessible so physicians can access the
information, give their treatment
recommendation, and move on to the
next patient. We cannot expect them to
sit down at a desk or wheel a cart
around.
With the current hardware and
technology put into place in the majority
of organizations, physicians have to
navigate multiple pages on the system
before they get to what they need to
treat the patient.
The lack of
point of care
access to EHR
systems has
resulted in a
reduction in
productivity
Wall/Desktop Mount Fanless Slim Medical Nursing All-in-One Kiosk
ONYX-2122'7&
22” Dual Core Slim Medical Panel PC
Features
 Intel® Atom D525 1.8GHz Dual Core Processor
 21.5” 250 nits LCD with LED backlight
 COM / LAN Medical 4KV Isolation
 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN
 +12V to +24V Wide Range DC Input
 CE/FCC Class B, EN/UL60601-1 Medical Certification
Specifications
Main Specifications
Processor
System Memory
Chipset
OS Support
Expansion Interface
Storage Disk Drive
Wireless Communication
Speaker
Power Requirement
Display
Display Size
Resolution
Maximum Colors
Luminance
Viewing Angle
Contrast Ratio
Back Light Life Time
I/O
USB
Serial Port
Ethernet
Video Out
Audio
Intel® Atom D525 1.8GHz Dual Core Processor
4GB DDR3 SODIMM
ICH8M
Windows® 7 Professional
Mini Card x 2
250GB HDD
802.11b/g/n
3W x 2
DC 12~24V
21.5”
1366 x 768
16.7M
250 nits
170˚(H)/160˚(V)
1000:1
30,000 Hours
USB2.0 x 6
4kV Isolated RS-232 x 2
4kV Isolated Gigabit LAN x 2
VGA x 1
Mic-in, Line-out
Mechanical and Environmental
Power Consumption
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Mounting
Net Weight
Certification
42 Watts (Full Loading)
0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F)
-20°C ~ 60°C (-4°F ~ 140°F)
VESA 75/100 mm
14.1 lb. (6.4 kg)
CE, FCC Class B, UL60601-1, EN60601-1
Onyx Healthcare USA | Rethink Healthcare IT | http://usa.onyx-healthcare.com
324 W. Blueridge Ave., Orange, CA 92865 | Office: (714) 792-0774 | Fax: (714) 792-0481
Dimension
Unit: mm
Ordering Information
 TF-ONYX-2122DT-C5-1020
21.5" Fanless Slim Medical Grade All-in-One Panel PC w/ Windows 7 Professional
Intel® Atom™ D525 1.8GHz Processor, 4GB RAM, 250GB HDD USB(6), COM(2), Gigabit LAN(2), VGA(1), WIFI b/g/n, Power Adapter & Cord
Onyx Healthcare USA | Rethink Healthcare IT | http://usa.onyx-healthcare.com
324 W. Blueridge Ave., Orange, CA 92865 | Office: (714) 792-0774 | Fax: (714) 792-0481
Healthcare Infotainment Solution
ONYX-BE381DT-A1-1010
18.5" Cisco Compatible Bedside Infotainment Thin Client Touch Monitor
Features
Webcam
Camera cover
Barcode scanner
Touch
Function key
RFID
Programmable
Function key
Handset/
Remote Control
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
HD video quality with HDMI input
18.5 Wide Color TFT LCD Touch Monitor Light Weight
PCT Touch for supporting Multi-Touch
USB interface to host computer
Light Weight at 3.2kg
Wire Remote Control w/ handset Function
VOIP Phone, Web Camera, High Quality Speakers, MSR
Smart Card Reader / MSR
Reading Light
Alarm LED controlled thru USB
Extension Features: RFID, Smart Card Reader, Barcode scanner
EN60601-1 / UL 60601-1
Specifications
Main Specifications
Size
18.5" (16:9) Color TFT LCD
Resolution
1366 x 768
Max. Colors
16.7M
Luminance
300 nits
View Angle
170(H)/160(U)
Contrast Ratio
1000:1
MTBF
30,000 Hours
Touch Screen
Projected Capacitive Touch / 5-Wire Resistive Touch
I/O
DC in
USB x 2
Speaker out x 1
Microphone x 1
HDMI x 1
Audio in/ out x1
VGA x 1
Front USB
2 x External USB2.0 on bottom I/O
Rear USB
2 x Rear USB2.0 for connecting Host computer
Video in
HDMI / VGA x 1
Front Audio
Speaker out x 1 and Microphone-in x1
Rear Audio
Audio-in x 1 and Microphone-in x1
Speaker
2 x 2W High Quality Speakers
Extension
1D / 2D Barcode Scanner
VOIP Phone w/ wire remote control
Web Camera
MSR
RFID
Smart Card Reader
USB x 2
Mechanical and Environmental
Reading light x 2
Speaker x 2
Smart Card
Reader
MSR
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Power Consumption
Full Loading: 18Watts
Infection Control
Anti-Bacteria (optional)
Power Requirement
DC 12V ~24V
Operating Temperature
0°C ~ 40°C(32°F ~ 104°F)
Storage Temperature
-20°C ~ 60°C(-4°F ~ 140°F)
Mounting
VESA 75/100 mm
Degree of protection
Front Panel: IP65; Whole Unit: IPX1
Net Weight
3.2kg (7.05lb) (w/packing)
Cross weight
6.8kg (14.99lb) (w/packing)
Dimensions(W x D x H)
721 x 224 x 464 mm
EMC
CE/ FCC Class B, UL60601-1, EN60601-1
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18.5" Cisco Compatible Bedside Infotainment Thin Client Touch Monitor
Dimension / Unit: mm
Ordering Information
» ONYX-BE381DT-A1-1010
18.5” Infotainment Touch Monitor, HDMI Input, Resistive Touch,
Reading Light, Web Camera, Smart Card Reader
» ONYX-BE381DT-F1-1010
18.5” Infotainment Touch Monitor, HDMI Input, Reading Light,
Resistive Touch, Web Camera, Smart Card Reader, RFID
» ONYX-BE381DT-A2-1010
18.5” Infotainment Touch Monitor, HDMI Input, PCT, Reading Light,
Web Camera, Smart Card Reader
» ONYX-BE381DT-F2-1010
18.5” Infotainment Touch Monitor, HDMI Input, PCT, Reading Light, Web
Camera, Smart Card Reader, RFID
Optional Accessories
» 1757306038
60W Medical Adapter, 3rd Edition, 12V Output
» OPM-H04A
ARM, Wall Mount, VESA 75/100, 1~7kg
» OPM-T009-A1
Handset and Wire Remote Control
» OPM-T009-A2
Handset and Wire Remote Control + 2D Barcode Scanner
» OPM-S02C-A1
MSR for BE381
» OPM-H13A-A1
Bedside Wall Mount Long Arm, 1~6kg, VESA 75/100
» OPM-H15A-A1
Easi Ceiling Mount Swivel Arm, 1~6kg, VESA 75/100
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