Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: Apr 15, 2019
Healthcare organizations across the care continuum, from hospitals and health systems, to health insurers, to life sciences companies, must digitally transform in order to address legislative and market disruption.
Driving digital transformation in healthcare requires connectivity across an ever-increasing number of applications, data and devices. Because of this, connectivity has emerged as a bottleneck that slows the development of new applications and the adoption of new technologies.
In response, leading healthcare organizations have adopted API-led connectivity, which eliminates this connectivity bottleneck and enables 2-5X IT project delivery.
Download this eBook to learn:
How leading healthcare organizations like Sutter Health, Premera Blue Cross and Hologic are leveraging API-led connectivity to accelerate IT project delivery speed
How APIs can be used to address the unique business and IT challenges faced by health systems, health insurers and life sciences companies
Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and deep learning (DL) technologies are expected to permeate day-to-day business as well as customer activity. Industries such as healthcare (advanced diagnosis and treatment), transportation (advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous vehicles), and life sciences (rare disease treatment research) are some of the early adopters of AI. The goal for any organization adopting AI/ML/DL is to deliver meaningful insights and predictions that can significantly improve products, processes, or services across industries and use cases.
Today, as AI becomes mainstream, many organizations find themselves in the initial proof-of-concept (POC) stage; only a few are in full production. IDC's 2019 Artificial Intelligence Global Adoption Trends and Strategies Survey found that 18% of organizations had AI models in production, 16% were in the POC stage, and 15% were experimenting with AI.
Published By: NTT Ltd.
Published Date: Jan 16, 2019
NTT Data services has over 600+ BI experts and over 250+ implementations in India, receiving high accolades from Gartner and AMR research. NTT Data Services offers Industry focused offerings and pre-configured models. Some of our offerings include:
- Guided Analytics Strategy - Proven Framework & Methodology for ‘C’ level executives
- Solution lab for Co-Innovation and Proof of Concepts
- Advisory Services - BI Transformations, Big Data Strategy, Information Governance, Health Checks
- Proprietary Tools & Accelerators – System Optimization, Architect to Archive, User Adoption
- Flexible Delivery - Rapid Development Factory, Shared Services
Find more details in this deck.
Published By: Imprivata
Published Date: Jun 30, 2014
This IDC Health Insights white paper, sponsored by Imprivata, presents key findings of interviews with three healthcare IT executives at Atlantic Health System, Carolinas Pathology Group, and Beaufort Memorial Hospital regarding the deployment of Imprivata Cortext, a secure communications platform. Consistent findings across the three healthcare organizations are as follows: ease of use leads to quick clinician adoption, there is broad application of secure communication across various hospital workflows, and instant communication can save time for care team members and can improve collaboration. Read this report to learn more about how these organizations streamlined clinical workflows such as patient admission notifications, specialist referrals, pathology consultations and code team activations.
The central theme of industry wide adoption of EHRs is based on the concept of “meaningful use,” which by design is a metric that will connect all the moving parts of this complicated initiative into a system that communicates and delivers high-grade electronic healthcare services. To qualify as a “meaningful user,” eligible providers must demonstrate use of a “qualified EHR” in a “meaningful manner.” It is a lofty and worthwhile goal. This white paper examines the total cost of ownership for “meaningful” EHR adoption in a physician practice.
Maximizing patient safety and improving the quality of care is the ultimate goal for healthcare providers. Doing so requires staying within regulatory compliance, while also advancing staff retention and meeting fiscal constraints. Barcode technologies provide a “virtual voice” to patients, applications and workflows. Barcoding accomplishes this by laying a solid foundation for enhancing patient identification, providing visibility into medical practices, and driving efficiencies throughout healthcare applications, and is an integral part of electronic medical record (EMR) adoption. Download to learn more!
Published By: HP-Intel®
Published Date: Jul 22, 2013
The impact of healthcare legislation in the United States (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 [ARRA] and the HITECHAct) will accelerate spending on healthcare IT and increase adoption.
of clinical applications
Relive this webinar with leading industry analyst Brian Vellmure. Flanked by seasoned CIOs (and Jive customers) Tony McGivern of FICO and Patrick O’Hare of Spectrum Health, Brian explores how CIOs are taking the lead in guiding their organizations through a rapidly evolving technology landscape.
Topics covered include:
• Navigating internal politics to overcome technological inertia
• Choosing infrastructure and platforms that allow rapid technology adoption at scale
• Shifting focus to exploit a fundamentally different technological landscape
• Balancing and evolving the role of CIOs from cutting costs to driving business strategy
This paper summarizes and evaluates the prevalence and efficacy of data center virtualization deployments, as well as the hardware that supports them. The conclusions drawn from this report are based on analysis of both quantitative market research and two qualitative interviews with a CIO and CTO in healthcare and finance, respectively. Each customer, referred to ESG by Hewlett-Packard (HP), had extensive experience deploying both server and desktop virtualization. The goal of the study was to determine the IT and business drivers to adoption of virtualization technologies, the expected and realized benefits, ensuing infrastructure decisions, future outlook of the data center, and best practices for deployment.
This paper summarizes and evaluates the prevalence and efficacy of data center virtualization deployments, as well as the hardware that supports them. The conclusions drawn from this report are based on analysis of both quantitative market research and two qualitative interviews with a CIO and CTO in healthcare and finance, respectively. Each customer, referred to ESG by Hewlett-Packard (HP), had extensive experience deploying both server and desktop virtualization. The goal of the study was to determine the IT and business drivers to adoption of virtual technologies, the expected and realized benefits, ensuing infrastructure decisions,future outlook of the data center, and best practices for deployment.
Published By: DocuSign
Published Date: Apr 24, 2018
We live in a mobile, digital era where health information is at our fingertips. With the touch of a button, patients can see test results, track prescriptions, and sign up for clinical research. And yet it still takes over a decade to bring breakthrough treatments to market. Scientific productivity must improve: clinical trials are costly and time-consuming, and regulations mandate increased scrutiny and compliance.
The patients who rely on your scientific leadership are expecting more. How are you meeting their needs? While intensive research and study are still a prerequisite for success, there is a better way to develop new products and therapies.
Download the eBook for best practices to drive digital adoption in life sciences.
Published By: Progress
Published Date: Mar 26, 2018
Digital transformation has changed the face of business across the globe. New digital technologies—
specifically, mobile devices—are opening new avenues for companies to engage their prospects and
manage their operations with greater effectiveness and efficiency.
However, in the healthcare space, the response to these technological innovations has been reserved.
While it’s undeniable that digital transformation could bring great change to the healthcare space just as
it has in other industries, obstacles like regulatory compliance and rigid systems of record discourage the
adoption of new tools and technology.
This has led to frustration from all sides of the healthcare ecosystem. Many people are accustomed to
using intuitive digital applications in their everyday lives, so when healthcare applications deliver archaic
user experiences, everyone is left wanting more. Patients and members want applications that enable
them to manage their health more easily. Providers want to provide new