CIO Healthcare Summit

The healthcare industry is changing. Will your organization survive?

The CIO Healthcare Summit is a gathering for C-suite executives and industry thought leaders to discuss IT challenges currently facing the healthcare industry, including improving patient care, controlling costs and meeting government regulations. With a renewed focus on decreasing healthcare costs, the Obama administration's goals for the industry have created a buzz. CIOs are looking to utilize available resources, improve efficiency and find new IT solutions.

The summit is more than a typical technology conference; it's a dynamic event designed to ensure that participants' time and energy is well spent in a productive and innovative environment. Whether attending a panel discussion, networking event, one-on-one executive exchange or thought-leadership workshop, the CIO Healthcare Summit engages participants in candid discussions and promotes the development of smart IT solutions through collaboration and idea sharing.

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Case Studies

Kaweah Delta Medical Center As medical devices evolve into systems that can capture comprehensive patient information, they are increasingly viewed as a rich source of critical data. As a result, forward-thinking hospitals are seeking networked solutions that consolidate infrastructures, streamline operations, and provide significant cost efficiencies - while advancing quality of care.

Middle Tennessee Case Study Challenge: Middle Tennessee Ear, Nose & Throat (MTENT) is a full-service medical, surgical, and audiological practice. The clinic serves thousands of patients annually, and maintains medical records for tens of thousands of patients treated at the clinic over the past twenty years. Head of IT Support, Christopher Williams manages the team responsible for the Information Technology (IT) infrastructure for the clinic, including servers, storage, and applications for business operations, medical records management, and digital images.

A large U.S. healthcare system By combining RGI Healthcare Analytics Solution with the IBM PureData System for Analytics, powered by Netezza technology, the organization has taken the first step in unlocking the potential of big data.

Case Studies in Apptio Technology Business Management Apptio Technology Business Management (TBM) software is a suite of cloud applications that give IT leaders the facts they need to make faster decisions, improve efficiency and communicate business value. By providing a purpose-built management system for IT, we connect IT spending with business priorities so you can choose to do more of what your business needs and less of what’s no longer important. With Apptio’s software, you can foster a fact-driven, business-focused technology organization.

Kaweah Delta Medical Center : Next-generation telemetry supports unified wireless network strategy As medical devices evolve into systems that can capture comprehensive patient information, they are increasingly viewed as a rich source of critical data. As a result, forward-thinking hospitals are seeking networked solutions that consolidate infrastructures, streamline operations, and provide significant cost efficiencies - while advancing quality of care.

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When Hospitals Merge: Turning Challenges into Opportunities for IT Excellence Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) among hospitals and healthcare organizations have been on the rise for several years now. Deals between hospitals, physician medical groups, long-term care facilities, and home health providers abound, with activity levels high in the for-profit sector and the non-profit sector alike. No part of an organization is immune from change during a merger. Challenges emerge in every department and function, from the clinical staff and human resources to physical plant and revenue cycle management. Health IT faces some of the biggest challenges during a merger, but it can also produce some of the greatest benefits.

IBM PureSystems: Delivering IT Efficiency An increasing number of enterprises are seeking to leverage IT as a competitive differentiator in the market, whether it is how they deliver new products and services, engage with their customers, or increase the productivity of their own workforce. Today's datacenter is being pressured to support a sharp increase in the number of applications, users, and devices, in addition to the large and often unstructured data sets that companies are leveraging for critical business decisions through the use of analytics. Even with these demands from the business, IT organizations are still faced with stagnant budgets and must seek new approaches that deliver greater IT efficiency.

There’s Good Security and Then There’s National Security Keeping corporate data secure is a top priority for any organization. After all, a data breach can cause significant financial losses, expose executives to legal actions, damage your company's reputation and weaken or eliminate competitive business advantage.

Data Center Storage Solutions When it comes to storage, most enterprises seek the same things: predictable performance, trusted reliability and superior value. The challenge is finding a storage solution that delivers those benefits in a way that makes sense for your business. A pioneer in solid state storage technology, SanDisk provides a wide array of data storage solutions, so you can select what works best for you.

 
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