Reshaping the digital architecture to embrace smart healthcare


SAPPORO, Japan, August 18, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Being one of the countries with the longest life expectancy in the world, the health of the Japanese does not only come from a good lifestyle, but also from high quality medical services. Founded in 2008, Sapporo Heart Center Medical Corporation, Sapporo Cardio Vascular Clinic (the “Hospital”) is well known and enjoys a long reputation, and the number of cardiac surgery treatments has been among the highest in the world. Japan for years. As digitization continues to permeate all industries and people’s lives, the Japanese people have started to have higher expectations for the quality, efficiency and experience of medical services, which encourages the hospital to accelerate self-transformation and reconstruction digitally.

Medical Corporation Sapporo Heart Center, Sapporo Cardio Vascular Clinic

In order to provide patients with better consultation and treatment, and to promote smart healthcare innovation and application, the hospital has deeply cooperated with H3C, to upgrade the network architecture of Originally with UIS (HCI System) and Application-Driven Campus (AD-Campus), giving it a better and more stable network experience. Meanwhile, it changed the previous digital system rental model, making its digital architecture safer, more stable and more controllable. All of these measures have built a solid foundation for innovation and modernization of hospital activities such as electronic medical records and medical imaging, and also make it a model of digital transformation among Japanese hospitals.

UIS (HCI System) + SDN Create Transformation Model for Japanese Smart Hospitals

The digital transformation of from Japan the healthcare industry has been relatively conservative, and there is significant room for improvement in the exploration and innovation of “Cloudification”. In the past, the hospital has encountered a series of problems in its construction of computerization, such as failure of data sharing and insufficient guarantee of security. In order to create a powerful and efficient digital platform for the hospital, H3C adopted AD-Campus solution in the overall network design and built a two-layer network of “access layer + core layer” to achieve intelligent network management and experience, including automatic online deployment, dynamic and strategic network access. Meanwhile, flexible virtual network sharing can help the hospital customize its private networks as needed, which improves the delivery speed of business innovation.

In addition to innovation, H3C achieves redundancy of key network equipment through the application of intelligent residual framework (IRF) and dual link design, ensuring network stability and reliability during operation. H3C is also deploying firewalls and other network security products to protect hospital digital assets and address medical innovation concerns.

Smart connectivity has created a platform for the sharing and co-governance of corporate medical data. H3C’s UIS (HCI System) provides the hospital with a more powerful and flexible digital infrastructure for data analysis and processing. The system has rich functions such as rapid deployment, unified management, flexible expansion and rapid cloud access, helping the hospital to create a lightweight private cloud in-house, providing basic medical services such as LIS and PASC, and simplifying the maintenance and management of its data. centers. At the same time, transferring data from third-party digital platforms to the hospital can also allow its corporate system to access data faster and improve its own control over the data.

In terms of wireless network deployment, H3C has created a complete WLAN network that can meet the requirements of hospital wireless internet service and the needs of mobile medical offices, realizing a dynamic mobile medical network. In addition, the network can support the future application and expansion of the Internet of Things, creating a preparatory system for the positioning of personnel and the application of equipment in medical services.

Innovation + practicality create a trusted transformation partner in overseas markets

Building on its cutting-edge comprehensive digital technologies and solutions and on the deep experience of digital transformation accumulated in China, H3C constantly pursues the goal of enabling various industries to achieve digital transformation. During the hospital’s digital transformation, the global spread of COVID-19 has brought unexpected challenges to the planning and implementation of the entire project. Faced with changes in the external environment and repeated adjustments to project requirements, H3C engaged its professional technical experts and support team in the construction of the hospital. During the implementation, the team worked around the clock, responded to changes on demand, and actively communicated with participants in different regions and countries. With strong digital strength, perfect mastery of high quality projects and services, H3C has created a model of innovation in smart hospitals abroad.

Currently, after the deployment of the new digital platform, the hospital has upgraded its existing network equipment from 100Mbps to 1000Mbps on desktops and to 10Gbps on the Internet through network construction. SDN. This solved previous problems of network slowness and lag, enabled higher quality network services, and provided integrated operation and maintenance management for the UIS (HCI system). Meanwhile, the hospital has built its own digital platform through ISU (HCI System) and now efficiently manages the operation of its own business. With the combination of AD-Campus and UIS (HCI System), the new digital hospital platform can meet the needs of future business innovations and enable the hospital to explore smart healthcare .

H3C is committed to bringing its cutting-edge medical digital transformation experience to overseas markets, which can help more medical institutions at home and abroad find their own path to digital transformation, thereby bringing full play to smart health care and enabling more people in more countries to benefit from high quality medical services.



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