Cisco Focus Area: Connected Healthcare

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Cisco Focus Area: Connected Healthcare

Cisco CSR healthcare programs use the power of networked technologies to reduce barriers to healthcare access. When local medical providers, governments, and specialty hospitals collaborate using Cisco technologies, they can improve efficiency and increase access to care in remote areas.

CSR Programs
Model telehealth demonstration sites show how networked connections improve access to quality care.

Healthcare Impact Stories
How lives are saved and communities transformed when they connect to healthcare.

  • Jordan: A mother survives and thrives with care-at-a distance

Healthcare Case Studies
Cisco CSR Healthcare programs make a difference in communities worldwide.

FMRs from this campaign

Cisco Technology Brings Santa to Sick Children
Cisco is dedicated to using our technology around the world to make a positive difference in the lives of people and local communities. This December, Cisco offices on 3 continents partnered with hospitals to use Cisco collaboration technology to help bring holiday cheer to sick children and their families.
Dec 23, 2013 12:05 PM ET
Breaking Down Barriers to Children’s Healthcare in Brazil
Last week, Cisco launched its newest CSR program – Connected Healthy Children – Brazil.
Nov 12, 2013 8:45 AM ET
Cisco Employees Working Together to Solve the World’s #1 Health Risk
Hunger is the world’s #1 health risk, with 1 in 7 people going hungry worldwide. Hunger kills more people every year than AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis combined. Close to 900 million people do not have enough to eat and 98 percent of them live in developing countries.
Nov 11, 2013 10:45 AM ET
Video-Equipped Mobile Clinics Bring City Doctors to Clinics
Today, the Wall Street Journal featured a video on Cisco’s Connecting Sichuan program, which revitalized healthcare with technology in Sichuan Province after a massive earthquake in 2008.
Oct 23, 2013 6:00 PM ET
Cisco Technology Allows for Virtual Visits with Medical Specialists
Amanda Spencer’s young son, Jonathan, needs specialty medical care that isn’t available in the family’s hometown of Monterey, California. But through Cisco HealthPresence technology, Amanda and Jonathan can meet with a pediatric urologist at Stanford University, 80 miles away, without even leaving Monterey.
Oct 23, 2013 4:15 PM ET