Keeping patients healthy and improving quality of care are part of every healthcare organization’s mission. From robotic surgical devices that run on 5G technology and electronic health records (EHRs) to predictive analytics and capacity management, technology helps healthcare providers achieve these goals more efficiently.
A solid IT infrastructure ensures all elements of the healthcare IT ecosystem remain safe and secure. Because without the highest level of security, even the fanciest new tools mean little.
This e-book highlights several important IT Healthcare topics including:
The ascent of 5G is about to exponentially speed up all data and open up lines of communication in brand new ways—both within and beyond the walls of the hospital. It will change how healthcare providers share critical information amongst themselves and between them and their patients.
While healthcare IT leaders have made great strides in improving access to data across their respective organizations, there’s room for improvement. To enable access to important patient records, healthcare organizations need an advanced infrastructure that prioritizes security.
Effective capacity management can keep your IT resources closely aligned with demand to prevent both service degradation and wasted spend. This e-book presents six steps to maximize the value and efficiency of your IT budget across both on-premises and cloud resources.
The focus is no longer on transformation: today it’s about staying competitive in world that’s already gone digital. By converging ITSM and ITOM on a single, automated platform, you can deliver services faster, reduce MTTR, accelerate time-to-market, and lower cost and risk across your organization.
SaaS technologies provide organizations with new innovations and capabilities that are required to compete at hyper-speed with hyper-innovation. It’s time to think next, think transformation, and think SaaS.
Healthcare is changing rapidly, even more in 2020 than anyone could have predicted, and it’s been a trial by fire for a lot of the technology. Learn more about the theory they call “DARQ” and how it can improve not only healthcare, but also the experience for patients and the workforce.