ProScribe 12” Mobile Display General introduction (part 1

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Version 2.8 – April 2007

Eric van ‘t Hoff Business Development Manager Philips Medical Systems - FIMI Professional display solutions Eric.van.t.Hoff@Philips.com

Royal Philips Electronics
Headquarters in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
• Multinational workforce
– 121.732 employees

Medical

Lighting

Global company
– – – – 4 key divisions 60 different businesses Manufacturing in 28 countries Local presence in 150 countries

Consumer Electronics Domestic Appliances

Performance 2006
– Sales € 27,B – Net Income € 5,4B

R&D expenditures
– EUR 1,6 billion – Owner of 80.000 patents

Bringing simplicity to Life
– Philips design among largest world-wide (450 specialists) – Start of every innovation

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Philips FIMI Medical Monitors
Philips international competence centre for medical imaging displays
• Business unit of Philips Medical Systems
– Headquarter in Saronno – Italy – Founded in 1929 as FIMI, acquired by Philips in 1969 – ISO 9001 – ISO 13485 company
ISO 13485 is a supplement to ISO 9001 specific to manufacturers of medical devices

• Leading supplier of Medical Monitors
– Nr. 2 worldwide with 13% market share
source: Frost&Sullivan 2005

– Committed to provide high-quality and custom-made display solutions

• Full range of Medical Monitors
– – – – –
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PACS displays Endoscopy monitors Patient Monitoring Mobile displays Custom made Modality displays
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Answering the call for mobile displays
Developing innovative display solutions, another FIMI advantage

Full range of high-quality medical display solutions for the operating theater, examination room, control room, …

New mobile display solution to satisfy increasing demand for instant access to medical data anywhere anytime
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Bringing clinical information to the point of care
Summary of key requirements
Healthcare care providers wish to:
• maximize productivity of medical staff • enhance patient care and reduce length of stay • leverage investments in current healthcare IT systems

Doctors and nurses desire to:
• reduce administrative workload and focus on patients • ease and improve accuracy of clinical decision process • use handheld device that is intuitive, robust and easy on the eyes

Healthcare IT managers have to: • deploy, install and manage in a cost effective way
• ensure data security on wireless network • minimize downtime of network and user devices

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ProScribe, a smart display for true mobility
A ruggedized Windows XPe wireless thin client
Made to be mobile
• intuitive touch screen with on-screen keyboard • large 12” XGA display for full application access • low weight (1,75kg) and grab & go docking station

Equipped to perform • Windows XP embedded and 1GHz processing power
• instant wireless WiFitm 802.11b/g connectivity • cost-saving thin client operation

Built for endurance
• water and dust resistant • 1 meter drop safe • no hard disk, no keyboard

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Instant access to healthcare information systems
Thin client means easy integration, deployment and maintenance

Medical PACS application system internet Telco Operator

Thin client communication:
- Citrix ICA - Microsoft RDP - Internet Explorer April 2007

Wireless 802.11b/g :
- built-in interface - up to 54Mbps - EAP/encryption security

Wide area UMTS :
- PCMCIA card - up to 1,5Mbps - VPN data security 7

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Moving patients faster through the care process
ProScribe can simplify the workload of many healthcare processes
Patient Record
• patient demographics, allergies and medication history anywhere • lab and radiology results at patient’s bedside • doctors and nurses can make clinical decisions quicker

Charge Capture
• capture medical services as delivered • improve billing accuracy and reduce lost revenues • reduce administrative workload

Prescription:
• route prescriptions right from the patient to the pharmacy • ensure that patient get the right medication • save time for physicians

Literature
• on-the-go access to medical reference material such as dictionaries, medicine modules, drug guidelines, calculators, .. • make more informed clinical decisions at point of care
and many more …
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Bringing Philips applications to the point of care
Philips Medical Systems recommends ProScribe for handheld access
Philips CompuRecord – pre-anesthesia evaluation
• bedside assessment of patient fitness prior surgery by anesthetist • on-line interaction with patient readiness report reduces cancellations, increases patient safety and improves post-operation pain management

Philips CareVue Chart – clinical charting
• bedside review of physiological charts in ICU • reduces transcriptions errors and fosters accuracy • frees time of respiratory therapists and anaesthetist

Philips OB TraceVue – obstetrical care
• remote and bedside surveillance of mother and fetus • increase safety of both mother and newborn • reduces stress and saves time of caregivers

Philips iSite Entreprise – browser based PACS
• anytime anyplace access to diagnostic quality images • support clinicians to provide faster and more accurate care
and many more …
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Adding “Speech Processing” to the ProScribe
Philips Speech Recognition Systems recommends ProScribe
Real time speech recognition • virtual channel in ICA protocol • 16kHz PCM audio channel • no play back delays Healthcare Information System

Dictation >>>

Metaframe 3.0 <<< self corrected text

Citrix Extension V1.0

Speech input via: - built-in microphone/speaker - wired headset - blue-tooth headset (PCMCIA card) - Philips SpeechMike (USB port)

On-line access to SpeechMagic
• Clinician dictates report via the ProScribe which is used to review patient data • Self-corrected text is displayed instantaneously • No risk of storing patient data on the device
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Adding “Voice over IP” to the ProScribe
NEC Philips Unified Solutions recommends ProScribe

SOPHO VoIP Dterm SP30 softphone

IP Dterm wired phone

Healthcare Information System

SOPHO 2000 IPS IP-PBX system

Voice in/out put via: - built-in microphone/speaker - wired headset - blue-tooth headset (PCMCIA card)

IP Dterm wireless phone

Wireless VoIP with SOPHO 2000 IPS
• Clinician handles phone calls via the ProScribe which is used to review patient data • no need to carry additional wireless phone or pager
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Award winning Philips MRI Ambient Experience
ProScribe provides “sense & simplicity” in the examination room

Reducing patient anxiety and repeat examinations
• The ambient experience design aims to improve the workflow of physicians and reduce the stress and claustrophobic effects of patients undergoing a MRI examination:
• less sedation needed to calm down the patient • less repeat examinations

• The ProScribe is used to allow patients to customize the ambience of the room in an easy and pleasant way

Gold Winner 2005 Industrial Design Excellence Awards
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Wide choice of portable and wireless devices
Workflow users are the best served by a ruggedized wireless thin client
hazardous Gartner/IDC/TBR: Over 1% of notebooks suffer a damage per month repeatedly

Wireless Thin Client

working environment

PDA

usage frequency

Laptop

Tablet PC
secure content creation
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ProScribe: large touch-screen drop & water resistant handheld convenience medical design easy to clean server-based security no patient data on device silent operation suitable for mobile cart content access

occasionally

Application usage
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ProScribe helps to increase quality of care
Summary of main benefits
Enhances patient care
• higher patient satisfaction • shorter length of stay • higher patient safety

Increases productivity of medical staff
• less time needed for administrative work • faster clinical decisions at point of care • more time left for patients

Improves efficiency of IT infrastructure
• higher security of wireless network • centralized management of applications and databases • higher uptime of end-user handhelds

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Hospital services in a nutshell
ProScribe can help anywhere, from diagnostics, treatment up to follow-up
Emergency Department Operation Theatres Intensive Care Therapy centre

Clinical Services:
• cancer care • cardiac care • neurology • obstetrics & gynaecology • general surgery • ear, nose & throat • orthopaedics • anaesthesia • pathology • ….

Radiology & imaging services:
• Ultrasound • CT Computer Tomography • MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging • Digital X-RAY radiography • Cardio Vascular imaging • Nuclear Medicine •…

Pharmacy

Wards of specialist Clinics
• high care • medium care

General Wards

Out-Patient walk-in clinics

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Not just for medical professionals
Designed for any workflow user who spends most of the time on the move

warehouse managers

forklift truck drivers

field-service engineers

remote control

customer interviews

scholars

sales executives

students

and many more …
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ProScribe 12” Mobile Display Product Specifications (part 2)

Eric van ‘t Hoff Business Development Manager Philips Medical Systems - FIMI Professional display solutions Eric.van.t.Hoff@Philips.com

More than just a wireless thin-client
Equipped to perform
LCD TFT touch-screen: WLAN indicator:
802.11b/g with integral antenna • XGA 1024x768 • 24 bits color

Power Indicator
Li-ion swappable battery battery life 3 hrs (typical)

Programmable Soft-keys (3x) Operating System:
Windows XPe SP2

Pointing device Remote Protocol:
Microsoft RDP 5.1 Citrix ICA 8.0 Internet Explorer 6.0 • Mouse navigator • Enter key & right click

Security slot
• Kensington

On Screen Keyboard key

Via Eden 1GHz CPU Microphone
• speaker at backside 256MB SDRAM (512MB option) 512MB flash memory (1GB option)

Video graphic card:
MPEG2 accelerator 2D engine/ gamma correction

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Myriad of I/O interfaces for easy expansion
Unmatched in the mobile thin client market

I/O ports on display module:
• Ethernet 10/100 RJ45 • USB 2x • Smart Card Reader (option) • PCMCIA 32 bits • Audio in/out • VGA out • power plug

I/O ports on docking station:
• Ethernet 10/100 RJ45 • USB 3x (1 backside and 1 right & left) • power plug

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Full connectivity with external devices
Windows XPe supports any type of third-party device

VGA port for viewing screen on larger LCD monitor or projector

PCMCIA for GPRS, UTMS, Bluetooth, Fax/Modem …

LAN

USB for keyboard, mouse, memory stick, barcode reader, webcam …
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Ethernet for fast network access

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Smart card reader for easy user login
Saves time and increases security

N IO PT O Smart Card reader

- EMV 1 certified - ISO/IEC 7816 compliant - PC/SC compatible

- fast user login - anti-theft protection - hot-desking

EMV (Europay Mastercard and Visa) is the de-factor standard for contact-type Integrated Chip Cards. Level 1 Type Approval applies to the physical characteristics of the card reader. It is based on ISO/IEC 7816. April 2007

PC/SC defines an API (Application Program Interface) that provides a standard set of tools for managing smart card readers and communicating with readers and cards. Microsoft has implemented PC/SC as part of the Win32 API. 21

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Built for toughness and durability
Robust casing with sealed LCD and control buttons. Dampers and rubber seals to protect internal hardware

Withstands 1 m. drop on concrete surface

IP53 water and dust resistant

- no fear, full confidence - lower downtime - less maintenance costs

IP53 Ingress Protection rating: - IP5x: protected against dust ingress - IPx3: protected against direct sprays of water up to 600 from vertical

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Medical grade compliance (optional)
Electrically safe but also easy to clean, silent and durable

Low current leakage power-supply

Medical grade LCD panel

ON TI OP Medical Grade compliance • Safety: - IEC 60601-1 • EMC: - IEC 60601-1-2 - EN 55011/CISPR11 – Class B • C-CSA-US, CE, KEMA, FCC

- non-disruptive - no dust problems - no interference with other electronic equipment in the patient vicinity - patient protected against electrical shock hazards

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Complete line of accessories
From grab & go docking station to space saving VESA mount options

(see next slide)

Docking station VESA mounting adapter*

Back-cover VESA mounting bracket*

Kickstand and Hand-Carry strap

Battery position at the back

Docking Station

AC adapter
(EU/US/UK)

Battery

Docking Station with Battery Charger*

Stylus pack (3x)

* These optional accessories can be supplied on project basis, whenever a minimum order quantity is agreed upon advance April 2007
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ProScribe WH121V VESA mounting adapter
Example with Ergotron StyleView point of care cart
Ergotron StyleView LCD cart

Docking Station VESA mounting adapter

- extra power autonomy of up to 14 hours - convenience of large-size work-surface and separate keyboard table - height adjustable for comfortable data entry whether sitting or standing - grab & go utilisation
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Back-cover VESA mounting bracket

StyleView Power System
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One size doesn’t fit all
Main part numbers for IT and Medical grade versions

IT Grade ProScribe
PAD - WT121XB
• 256MB SRAM - 512MB CF memory

Medical Grade ProScribe
PAD - WT121XE-M
• 512MB SRAM - 1024MB CF memory

PAD - WT121XE
• 512MB SRAM - 1024MB CF memory
All Boxes include: - ProScribe PAD - Windows XPe SP2 - Power supply adapter (US/UK/EU cord) - Extra stylus pen - Hand-carry strap & Kick-stand

PAD - WT121XES-M
• 512MB SRAM - 1024MB CF memory • Smart Card Reader

PAD - WT121XES
• 512MB SRAM - 1024MB CF memory • Smart Card Reader

Docking Station – WD121
• without power supply adapter

Docking Station – WD121-M
• without power supply adapter

Docking Station – WP121
• with power supply adapter

Docking Station – WP121-M
• with power supply adapter

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Full data security on the wireless link
Data remains protected and only authorized users can access the network thanks to WPA2 support
Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) or PSK Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)

data base

application server

authentication server(1) internet

(1): optional: use WPA2 personal mode or standard WEP encryption in case no server available

WPA Enterprise Mode: Wireless Protected Access 2 (WAP2) is based on the final IEEE 802.11i and replaces WEP (Wireless Equivalent Protocol) with a strong new encryption technology called Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). It supports mutual authentication using IEEE 802.1X/Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) for password protected network access through the use of an authentication server (RADIUS). April 2007

WPA Personal Mode: The ProScribe supports WPA2 Personal Mode in case an authentication server is not available. It uses a pre-shared key (PSK) for authentication. This mode uses applied authentication in which a passphrase (the PSK) is manually entered on the access point to generate the encryption key. 27

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Transparent access to any user application
Thin client architecture means higher data security, easy network administration and lower cost of ownership
- Independent Computer Architecture (ICA) protocol - or - Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)

data base

application server internet

Thin client access protocol: Citrix ICA or Microsoft RDP ensures that only minimal data (keystrokes, mouse clicks and screen updates) crosses the network.

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Direct and easy access to Internet
ProScribe provides all the benefits of a web-tablet and more

Internet Protocol

internet server internet

internet server

Full Internet access: Windows XPe IE is fully compatible with IE version of Windows XPpro SP2. It supports XML and DTML pages as well as all common GIF, JPEG, AIFF and XBM files and XMP9 compatible media. A Java enabler or flash player can be installed as needed.

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ProScribe Ruggedized Wireless Thin Client

thin but tough, a smart display for on-the go computing
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