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  1. New England HIMSS Northern Maine Spring Event April 18, 2014 David W. Maxwell, Program Director ConnectME Authority

  2. Genesis of the Broadband Capacity Building Task Force • Funded by a five-year grant from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) • Required to develop a broadband capacity building plan • Met ten (10) times in 2012 and 2013 • Staffed by the ConnectME Authority • Supported by Planning Decisions, Inc.

  3. Task Force Membership • Warren Cook, Chair • Devore Culver, HealthInfoNet • Lisa Smith, Governor’s Energy Office • Allyson Handley, President, UMA • George Hogan, Wright Express (WEX) • Christopher Jerome, UNUM • Peter Mills, Maine Turnpike Authority • Bob Montgomery-Rice, Bangor Savings • Ryan Pelletier, Northern Maine Development Commission

  4. Broadband Capacity Building Task Force Recommendations • Help businesses move to the internet • Help the elderly stay at home • Educate health data analysts • UMaine as model for blended learning • Devices for elementary and secondary students • Shift administrative functions to online services • Maine turnpike as model for smart roads • Redeploy existing funds to support broadband expansion

  5. Recent Statistics Regarding Broadband • 93.1% of street locations have access to some form of broadband from at least one provider • Maine municipalities are served, on average, by 4.7 providers • 43% of the geographical area of Maine has access to 4G mobile broadband

  6. Recent Statistics Regarding Broadband • 89.8% of Maine households have broadband available • 75.3% of households with availability subscribe to broadband • 47.6% of households use mobile devices (nearly twice the use in 2011)

  7. Recent Statistics Regarding Broadband • 93.7% of businesses in Maine have access to broadband • 93.1% of businesses in Maine subscribe to broadband (up 7% since 2011) • 46.3% of businesses in Maine use mobile devices • (only) 59% of businesses in Maine have a website

  8. Barriers to Broadband Use • Lack of perceived value for consumer in owning a computer (up 10% from 2011) • Cost (down 3% from 2011) • Lack of perceived value for business in having an internet connection (up 15% from 2011) • Cost (down 10% from 2011)

  9. What Does Broadband Provide? FCC’s Seven Tier Broadband Classification FCC Speed Tier Upload/Download Speeds Broadband (Y/N) • 1st Generation Data 200 kbps to < 768 kbps No • Tier 1 768 kbps to < 1.5 Mbps Yes • Tier 2 1.5 Mbps to < 3 Mbps Yes • Tier 3 3 Mbps to < 6 Mbps Yes • Tier 4 6 Mbps to < 10 Mbps Yes • Tier 5 10 Mbps to < 25 Mbps Yes • Tier 6 25 Mbps to 100 Mbps Yes • Tier 7 > 100 Mbps Yes

  10. How Fast Does Broadband Need to Be? Application Download Speeds Upload Speeds Basic Email 768 kbps – 1.5 Mbps 256 kbps – 896 kbps Voice Over IP (VOIP) Browsing YouTube Video Remote Surveillance 1.5 Mbps – 3 Mbps 356 Kbps – 1 Mbps Telecommuting Streaming Music Standard Definition Video IPTV 3 Mbps – 6 Mbps 356 kbps – 1 Mbps File Sharing (small/medium) Video On Demand 6 Mbps – 10 Mbps 768 kbps – 2 Mbps Remote Diagnosis (basic) Online Gaming

  11. How Fast Does Broadband Need to Be? Application Download Speeds Upload Speeds IPTV High Definition (HD) 10 Mbps – 25 Mbps 2 Mbps – 5 Mbps Telemedicine Remote Education HD Video Surveillance 25 Mbps – 50 Mbps 5 Mbps – 10 Mbps Smart/Intelligent Buildings Educational Services Video Conferencing 50 Mbps – 100 Mbps 10 Mbps – 25 Mbps Multiple Educational Services Research Applications Remote Supercomputing Real-time Data Collection > 100 Mbps ≥ 100 Mbps Real-time Medical Image Consultation

  12. How Does Maine Compare?

  13. Some Health Care Statistics • Older and more rural population • Higher than national average on MEDICARE (20% vs 15% nationally) (2010) • 5th most expensive state in per-person costs (2009) • Growth in health care costs (1991-2009) was 7.4% vs 6.5% nationally

  14. Health Care in Maine – What to Do? Resources: • DHHS – State HIT Initiatives Program • HealthInfoNet – a non-profit repository for medical records • Muskie School – innovative approaches to critical health and social challenges • Health Care Claims database – source of information for health care utilization and costs

  15. Health Care in Maine – What to Do? Action: • Increase use of telemedicine – 71% of hospitals/about 10% of local providers (2010) • Allow elderly to stay at home – Full Circle America as a model • http://dianeatwood.com/catchinghealth/how-telemedicine-helps-some-elderly-people-stay-home-longer • Partner with providers – for training and for home-based care

  16. Health Care in Maine – What to Do? Educate health care analysts: • predictions are shortage of 140K to 190K data analytics nationally • build broad-based data analytics competency in K through 12 grades • invest in more specialized knowledge in health informatics at the university level

  17. Implementation of the Broadband Capacity Building Plan • How can the ConnectME Authority and the New England HIMSS collaborate to advance broadband infrastructure development and use in Maine?

  18. For More Information…… http://www.maine.gov/connectme