Dashboards Case Studies & White Papers

  1. Piedmont Healthcare Improves Infection Control With Fast Data Analytics
    4/26/2018

    Healthcare providers store a colossal amount of data in the form of decades of patient information, gathered before the real birth of data analytics, and before the concept of “big data” even existed. Piedmont alone had over 22,000 fields to analyze gathered from around 30 different published data sources. Multiplied by the number of records available Piedmont had to extract value from over 555 billion data points.

  2. The Modern Healthcare Storage Environment: How To Balance Storage Capacity, Performance, And Cost
    12/1/2017

    The need for efficient, reliable, and cost-effective storage solutions has never been greater. Healthcare providers are awash in data and as the amount of data healthcare users create continues to grow, so does the need for more robust security and better storage management.

  3. Using Data To Drive Process Improvement And Enhance The Patient Experience
    6/20/2017

    One year ago, Jackson Health System in Miami realized a cultural shift was necessary in order to move forward. By Bill Griffith, Vice President of Business Process/Operational Improvement for Jackson Health System, Miami

  4. Improving Healthcare Data Management
    11/17/2016

    A big part of routine daily healthcare management operations is managing huge volumes of data—and it's becoming increasingly more of a challenge. EMC estimates the amount of stored healthcare data nearly doubles every two years. The amount of data managed will continue to grow as healthcare organizations add new equipment and incorporate data-intensive, next-generation diagnostic tools.

  5. A Data-Driven Approach To Better Care Visits
    10/25/2016

    The push to deliver greater value is prompting healthcare organizations to closely examine their clinical and financial processes in search of ways to boost efficiency, improve accuracy, and elevate the patient experience. With this in mind, First Care Clinic, a federally qualified health center and level 3 patient centered medical home located in rural Kansas, set out to retool one of its critical processes — the patient care visit.

  6. Healthcare IT In The Public Cloud
    8/29/2016

    Public clouds such as AWS, Azure and others are becoming more attractive because of scalability, agility, features, speed to market, etc. But the key challenge becomes how to best maintain security and compliance.  There are two broad approaches available – using internal staff to manage the cloud (a DIY approach) or working with cloud managed service provider. 

  7. 5 Risks Hospitals Face When Using The Public Cloud.. And How To Overcome Them
    8/29/2016

    Savvy healthcare organizations in need of greater IT infrastructure agility, performance, security, and compliance are exploring the benefits of public cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. The allure of on-demand cloud services combined with advances in cloud security have transformed the healthcare IT mindset from “Why move to the public cloud?” to “What should we move and how do we do it?”

  8. 5 Risks Hospitals Face When Using The Public Cloud (And How To Overcome Them)
    8/15/2016

    Hospitals and other healthcare organizations are in the midst of a digital revolution that’s forcing them to change their traditional ways of capturing, storing, and sharing information. To keep up with their needs for greater IT infrastructure agility, performance, security, and compliance, many savvy healthcare organizations are exploring the benefits of the public cloud.

  9. Cleveland Clinic Improves Quality And Lowers Costs With AWS
    7/12/2016

    Cleveland Clinic focuses on PHI security and compliance with ClearDATA and AWS.

  10. Healthcare IT In The Cloud: Predicting Threats, Protecting Patient Data
    6/28/2016

    Evolving threats to healthcare data continue to keep HIT professionals up at night.  And those fears are well-founded.  A recent Information Week survey found that 91 percent of  healthcare practices in North America have suffered a data breach.