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By: Imprivata     Published Date: Sep 13, 2010
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest hospital trusts in England, with five hospitals and several outpatient facilities across East Kent and Medway. The Trust provides a wide range of services within both hospital and community settings and employs more than 7,500 staff who require access to a variety of healthcare applications and support systems.
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By: IBM     Published Date: Feb 15, 2012
Healthcare providers across the UK are being asked to respond to a number of challenges resulting from the wider social, political and economic climate that currently exists in the country.
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By: IBM United Kingdom Limited     Published Date: May 23, 2011
A fundamental issue facing healthcare worldwide is tying fragmented information and data silos together to increase intelligence. This truth is self-evident to healthcare leaders worldwide. The costs of providing healthcare are increasing at an unsustainable rate. Healthcare systems everywhere are under enormous pressure to improve care quality while operating with reduced budgets. The increased competition in healthcare requires health information exchange solutions that include master indexes at the core to provide an improved understanding of patients, physicians, business partners and the relationships between them.
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healthcare, improve care quality, reduced budgets, information, health systems, intelligent middleware, primary care, acute care, mental health, workforce/hr, policy, finance, it, legal, commissioning, pharmaceuticals
    
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By: IBM United Kingdom Limited     Published Date: May 23, 2011
A master person index1 (MPI) that links information about an individual across disparate source systems to create a single, accurate, real-time virtual patient record is widely accepted as a requirement for successful eHealth initiatives. IBM's industry-leading MPI, IBM® Initiate® Patient®, accurately identifies and links same patient records across disparate systems. IBM® Initiate® Provider®, also an MPI, relies on the same core technology to support a single accurate view of providers. Together these solutions can create a connected view of the patient and their care team to help coordinate care and facilitate population health.
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virtual patient record, ehealth, identifies and links, primary care, acute care, mental health, workforce/hr, policy, finance, it, legal, commissioning, pharmaceuticals
    
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By: IBM United Kingdom Limited     Published Date: May 24, 2011
There is a problem in the healthcare market today. For improved quality of care, increased efficiencies and to meet Meaningful Use requirements, providers of healthcare services (health systems, hospitals, clinics, doctors) want to share health information with one another electronically. Because these providers operate in heterogeneous technology and data environments, it is challenging to physically connect their systems and disparate representations of patients, providers, organizations, and locations.
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improved quality of care, increased efficiencies, proactively improve the health, patient-centric, improved quality, health information exchange, hie, primary care, acute care, mental health, workforce/hr, policy, finance, it, legal, commissioning, pharmaceuticals
    
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By: Net App     Published Date: Jun 02, 2010
Find out how Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust reduced their IT maintenance time from 70% to 11%. Having had a complex IT infrastructure which required separate systems with individual back up windows, see how NetApp made the processes more simple, cost effective and easy to manage, reducing overall time and increasing productivity
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By: Dell     Published Date: Mar 27, 2014
Locala wanted to improve healthcare by integrating technology more deeply into the provision of services. A key goal was boosting caregiver access to real-time patient data while in the field. The healthcare provider chose a private cloud solution with single-service desk from Dell. Clinicians also gained Dell Latitude laptops to connect to their cloud-based systems and for web conferencing.
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By: IBM Watson Health     Published Date: Dec 10, 2018
In this case study, large health systems implement IBM Watson Health to surface improvement opportunities. Using this tool, they were able to cut costs, reduce patients’ length of stay, acquire actionable data, address number of readmissions and improve management of COPD and sepsis.
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hospitals, health systems, healthcare, analytics, data, insights, case study, performance improvement, healthcare insights, cost, length of stay, financial performance data, readmissions, quality performance, benchmarks, dashboards, patient volume, savings
    
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By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 23, 2019
For Japan’s largest medical equipment wholesaler, Mutoh, ensuring its 300,000 products reach hospitals, clinics and health-centres on time is an imperative. Someone’s life depends on it. Without IT that wouldn’t be possible. But Mutoh’s IT infrastructure was unable to keep pace with the demands of the business. Every time an order came in, Mutoh had to pull data from different systems across multiple servers which was time-consuming. It needed an IT infrastructure that was fast, high-performing, reliable, stable, and flexible. Mutoh turned to Lenovo’s hyperconverged infrastructure that helped the company achieve: • The ability to seamlessly extract data from different systems across multiple physical servers helped Mutoh respond to customer orders as quickly as possible, thereby saving lives • A modular hyperconverged solution allowed Mutoh to invest on a need basis, improving ROI and addressing spikes in customer demand
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lenovodcg, nutanix, hyperconvergedinfrastructure, hci
    
Lenovo - APAC
By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 23, 2019
For Japan’s largest medical equipment wholesaler, Mutoh, ensuring its 300,000 products reach hospitals, clinics and health-centres on time is an imperative. Someone’s life depends on it. Without IT that wouldn’t be possible. But Mutoh’s IT infrastructure was unable to keep pace with the demands of the business. Every time an order came in, Mutoh had to pull data from different systems across multiple servers which was time-consuming. It needed an IT infrastructure that was fast, high-performing, reliable, stable, and flexible. Mutoh turned to Lenovo’s hyperconverged infrastructure that helped the company achieve: • The ability to seamlessly extract data from different systems across multiple physical servers helped Mutoh respond to customer orders as quickly as possible, thereby saving lives • A modular hyperconverged solution allowed Mutoh to invest on a need basis, improving ROI and addressing spikes in customer demand
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Lenovo - APAC
By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 23, 2019
For Japan’s largest medical equipment wholesaler, Mutoh, ensuring its 300,000 products reach hospitals, clinics and health-centres on time is an imperative. Someone’s life depends on it. Without IT that wouldn’t be possible. But Mutoh’s IT infrastructure was unable to keep pace with the demands of the business. Every time an order came in, Mutoh had to pull data from different systems across multiple servers which was time-consuming. It needed an IT infrastructure that was fast, high-performing, reliable, stable, and flexible. Mutoh turned to Lenovo’s hyperconverged infrastructure that helped the company achieve: • The ability to seamlessly extract data from different systems across multiple physical servers helped Mutoh respond to customer orders as quickly as possible, thereby saving lives • A modular hyperconverged solution allowed Mutoh to invest on a need basis, improving ROI and addressing spikes in customer demand
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lenovodcg, nutanix, hyperconvergedinfrastructure, hci
    
Lenovo - APAC
By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 23, 2019
For Japan’s largest medical equipment wholesaler, Mutoh, ensuring its 300,000 products reach hospitals, clinics and health-centres on time is an imperative. Someone’s life depends on it. Without IT that wouldn’t be possible. But Mutoh’s IT infrastructure was unable to keep pace with the demands of the business. Every time an order came in, Mutoh had to pull data from different systems across multiple servers which was time-consuming. It needed an IT infrastructure that was fast, high-performing, reliable, stable, and flexible. Mutoh turned to Lenovo’s hyperconverged infrastructure that helped the company achieve: • The ability to seamlessly extract data from different systems across multiple physical servers helped Mutoh respond to customer orders as quickly as possible, thereby saving lives • A modular hyperconverged solution allowed Mutoh to invest on a need basis, improving ROI and addressing spikes in customer demand
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Lenovo - APAC
By: Lenovo and Intel     Published Date: Jan 20, 2017
Nowhere is technology more important than in healthcare, where the integrity of devices, systems, and infrastructure ultimately impacts patient lives.
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lenovo, healthcare technology, infrastructure
    
Lenovo and Intel
By: Lenovo and Intel     Published Date: Jan 19, 2017
Nowhere is technology more important than in healthcare, where the integrity of devices, systems, and infrastructure ultimately impacts patient lives. When evaluating existing technologies or considering investment in new solutions, there are a number of key factors healthcare entities must take into account. With this checklist, we’ll help you: ? Identify common demands ? Get an easy-to-use technology evaluation checklist ? See an example of how to apply new technology solutions
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lenovo, healthcare, infrastructure
    
Lenovo and Intel
By: Pega     Published Date: May 25, 2016
Case management frameworks built on business process management platforms help IT solutions architects deploy case-handling applications and offer an alternative to specialized case management applications and custom coding. According to Gartner, the complex architecture required to support case management has relegated it to the status of a niche application, typically addressed by specialist, commercial off-the-shelf application providers and system integrators. Case management as a process style is being applied in many sectors beyond government, legal and insurance, including healthcare, banking, higher education and retail. Industry and cross-industry case management frameworks are now available. "Adaptive case management" hype exceeds the reality of what buyers need. Gartner evaluated 12 vendors including Pegasystems against nine critical capabilities in four use cases. Download this Gartner analysis and gain a better understanding of the case management frameworks solutions offe
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business optimization, business strategy, network management, business applications, best practices, business process management, solutions, case management
    
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By: Digital Realty     Published Date: Feb 25, 2015
Atlantic Health Systems, a nonprofit health care organization had a growing patient base and an evolving IT infrastructure that needed a scalable, flexible data center with world-class operations support that could be set up today to accommodate your needs tomorrow. Find out why they turned to Digital Realty.
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data center, infrastructure management, access control, physical security
    
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By: EMC Converged Platforms     Published Date: Feb 01, 2016
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, a nationally recognized fully integrated academic medical center and health system, is dedicated to improving patient care and advancing medical research. However, its aging legacy IT infrastructure had to be modernized in order to meet the requirements of the business. Wake Forest Health turned to market-leading EMC Converged Infrastructure from VCE to simplify IT operations and drive business efficiency. In addition to multiple VCE Vblock® systems, the Vblock 540 with EMC XtremIO all-flash storage enabled significant improvements in application infrastructure performance and agility. After deploying the Vblock 540, Wake Forest experienced an overall 30 percent performance improvement to end users and decreased the time needed for storage provisioning from 24 hours to less than an hour. Read this white paper to find out more about how EMC Converged Infrastructure from VCE helped Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center modernize its business.
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vce, vblock, converged infrastructure, legacy infrastructure, agile, availability, performance
    
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By: EMC Converged Platforms     Published Date: May 24, 2016
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, a nationally recognized fully integrated academic medical center and health system, is dedicated to improving patient care and advancing medical research. However, its aging, legacy infrastructure had to be modernized in order to meet the demands of its ecosystem. Wake Forest chose market-leading EMC converged infrastructure from VCE in order to simplify IT operations and drive business efficiency. VCE Vblock® Systems built on EMC XtremIO all-flash storage enabled significant improvements in application infrastructure performance and agility, delivering an overall 30 percent performance improvement to end-users. Read this white paper to find out more about how EMC converged solutions from VCE helped Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center modernize its business.
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EMC Converged Platforms
By: Pega     Published Date: Jun 21, 2016
Case management frameworks built on business process management platforms help IT solutions architects deploy case-handling applications and offer an alternative to specialized case management applications and custom coding. According to Gartner, the complex architecture required to support case management has relegated it to the status of a niche application, typically addressed by specialist, commercial off-the-shelf application providers and system integrators. Case management as a process style is being applied in many sectors beyond government, legal and insurance, including healthcare, banking, higher education and retail. Industry and cross-industry case management frameworks are now available. "Adaptive case management" hype exceeds the reality of what buyers need. Gartner evaluated 12 vendors including Pegasystems against nine critical capabilities in four use cases.
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By: Zebra Technologies     Published Date: Oct 01, 2018
The consistent and accurate identification of patients has long presented a challenge for healthcare organizations across the globe. Why? Because the process of patient identification remains largely manual and persists across the entire patient journey. As such, it is highly prone to errors and can lead to serious patient harm. Automated patient identification systems are essential to correcting this long-standing problem and improving the health and well-being of patients as well as protecting the integrity of the healthcare system.
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By: Hyland Software     Published Date: Jun 16, 2016
To support a more robust exchange of health information across multiple systems and care settings, HIT must embrace future-state technology: A single data management solution built on a single platform that stores all content in its native format in a single archive.
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healthcare, technology, information technology, solutions, best practices, business management, process management, content management
    
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By: Lumeris     Published Date: Aug 04, 2014
For health plans, health systems and delegated payer operations, or health systems wanting to become their own payer, Lumeris’ turnkey outsourcing offers expert support to design, build, operate, measure, and optimize value-based health plan operations that can drive clinical and financial excellence. This can be evidenced by our ability to help clients achieve higher revenue, lower costs, higher market share, and meeting mandates for medical cost ratio contained in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
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lumeris, health plan delivery, health plan operations, population health services, value based health plan operations, health plan outsourcing, operating a health plan
    
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By: Evariant     Published Date: Sep 07, 2016
The physician liaison position is a relatively new one for most health systems, but individuals hired as physician liaisons are being held accountable for facilitating impactful, fast change. Where marketing drives incremental revenues by targeting patients and consumers (non-patients), physician liaisons drive incremental revenues by cultivating relationships with physicians and improving referral behavior.
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evariant, physician liaison, hospital, physician alignment
    
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By: Evariant     Published Date: Nov 14, 2016
Changing healthcare market forces, such as value-based care models, consolidation, and payer mix erosion, have propagated declining margins and fueled hyper-competition among healthcare organizations vying for market share. In this new world, determining effective patient engagement strategies has become paramount for hospitals and health systems as they strive to acquire, retain, and re-activate patients, and, ultimately, drive revenue. Now, more than ever, it is critical that healthcare organizations create and maintain positive, lasting relationships with their patients, both current and prospective, working to attract them into their network and keep them there.
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healthcare crm, ehr, healthcare technology, marketing, patient acquisition, patient engagement
    
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By: Evariant     Published Date: Apr 03, 2017
Health systems must capitalize on every patient and consumer interaction—from fielding the first inquiry to actively supporting proactive health, ongoing care, and recovery—to achieve a “trusted provider” status in the eyes of consumers and patients. Yet, the majority of call centers today do not deliver the robust, personalized support capabilities today’s patients and consumers expect, and the current healthcare marketing environment demands. Download your free copy of this eBook to learn why sophisticated health systems are transforming yesterday’s call center into tomorrow’s engagement center.
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