Center for Digital Innovation & Consumer Experience
The Technology Innovation and Consumer Experience team is launching the Center for Digital Innovation and Consumer Experience (CDICE) to provide shared enterprise services around digital innovation and consumer experience to Jefferson’s internal and external stakeholders.
Formalizing CDICE will enable us to broaden our collaborative networks to other institutions; provide leadership, best practices, support and/or training; attract investment and research; and design, develop, and launch new software solutions, portals, technologies and associated business concepts that address the pivotal areas of digital innovation and consumer experience in education and health care.
TechTarget: What emergent technology made the 2017 IT watch list?12/28/16
At the recent Gartner Symposium in Orlando, SearchCIO spoke to IT executives to find out which emergent technology is on their radar for next year, and their responses ran the gamut -- everything from machine learning and conversational UIs to containers, IoT and APIs.
Health Facilities Management: Technology goes high-touch in the patient environment12/07/16
Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, Philadelphia, is planning in mid-2017 to launch “cognitive” hospital rooms connected to the IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT) platform to enhance the patient experience. The system will provide in-room speakers that allow patients to take control of their hospital stay and overall experience by using a clicker and voice commands.
Becker's Health IT & CIO Review: Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals hopes to implement 'smart hospital rooms'10/06/16
Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals is partnering with Armonk, N.Y.-based IBM Watson to bring "cognitive hospital rooms" to its facilities. The rooms will be powered by IBM Watson's Internet of Things platform.