HIMSS: HP Digital Health lineup maps product development
HP (Booth 731) has unveiled HP Digital Health, a roster of products, services and partnerships, seeking operational efficiencies to orchestrate care across the continuum at the HIMSS 2011 conference in Orlando, Fla., Feb. 21 to 24.

According to the Palo Alto, Calif.-based company, its HP Digital Health lineup includes:
  • HP Digital Hospital 2.0, which provides inpatient settings with the technology infrastructure to handle critical elements of care delivery. The update includes an expanded framework and formal reference architectures to create integrated, pervasive, real-time clinical information environments.
  • HP Health Solution Center, based in Plano, Texas, will allow HP, customers and partners to collaborate in a demonstration and evaluation environment for developing open, industry-standard healthcare technologies.
  • HP V-Health (Virtual Health Management), focuses on the outpatient and home environments, delivering tools that enable healthcare organizations to link patient “teams” to monitor health and deliver care to patients wherever it is needed.

HP Digital Hospital 2.0 combined with V-Health enable care coordination across the healthcare ecosystem, which includes hospitals, ambulatory clinics, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes and physician offices.