• Healthcare at
    the Speed of Now

    We are all part of the "Information Generation," a growing community of digital citizens with the world's information at our fingertips. As both patients and consumers of healthcare information, our expectations for preventative care and wellness, diagnosis speed and treatment, and disease management are changing.

    With these new possibilities, come new opportunities to close the gap between the promise and the reality of Health IT transformation to increase efficiencies, improve patient-provider collaboration, and enable data-driven decisions.

    The Path Forward

    Redefine FutureCare

    To explore the future and identify next steps, Vanson Bourne surveyed 236 line-of-business healthcare leaders in 18 countries.

    For hospital and health systems to adopt this digital mindset enterprise-wide, global healthcare leaders say they will need to deliver against these top business imperatives.

    They Found Patients Want:

    Faster Access to Services


    Personalized Experiences


    24/7 Access and Connectivity


    Access on More Devices


    Top Healthcare Business Imperatives:

    Predicitively Spot New Opportunities

    Demonstrate Transparency and Trust

    Innovate in an
    Agile Way

    Deliver unique and personalized experiences;
    operate in real time

    While healthcare providers know these business imperatives play a critical role in Health IT transformation initiatives, many are only in the early stages of addressing them.

    Where are the gaps and how do healthcare leaders move forward?

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    Information Generation: Healthcare at the Speed of Now

    Reflections Blog

    Reflections Blog:

    Healthcare at the Speed of Now



    Information Generation

    Predictively Spot New Opportunities

    Boost Efficiencies: Simplify Health IT Infrastructure, Reduce Costs, Innovate Faster

    David DeAngelis

    As our healthcare customers work to optimize their EMR and advance capabilities for medical imaging, digital pathology, and genomics, EMC is helping them to build a trusted hybrid cloud infrastructure to prepare for the future. An enterprise hybrid cloud empowers health IT to accelerate care collaboration, drive business agility, and become the broker of trusted IT services.

    David DeAngelis | Global Healthcare General Manager, EMC Corporation

    On the Rise:


    Hybrid Cloud investments projected to grow 27% through 20191

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    Case Study:

    Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Selects VCE to Enhance Patient Care Delivery and Advance Medical Research



    Building a Hybrid Cloud Strategy


    Flash Forward:

    EMC XtremIO All-Flash Arrays for Epic Environments

    Innovate in an Agile Way

    Improve Outcomes: Capitalize On Predictive Analytics For Clinical, Financial, And Operational Use Cases

    With healthcare data growing at 48 percent per year, healthcare providers need to boost efficiencies – but finding a better way to store, manage, share, and analyze data across the enterprise isn’t easy. Enter the data lake — a powerful data architecture that incorporates information coming from "tributaries" across the care continuum along with data imported from trusted outside sources and services.

    A data lake solution provides an enterprise-wide approach for big data analytics with a unified location for mining and analysis by clinical departments, business analysts, and data science teams to reveal actionable insights. Healthcare providers are enabled to better manage risks and deliver affordable, higher quality patient care.

    of healthcare executives say providers who adopt an analytics strategy in the next three years will outpace their peer institutions2

    Speed the next generation of predictive analytics with the ability to link and correlate information in new ways for operational efficiencies, patient care delivery, clinical research, population health, and security analytics.

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    Miami Children's Hospital Tackles Explosive Data Growth With EMC Isilon

    Navigating a Data Lake for Predictive Care

    "Navigating a Data Lake for Predictive Care"


    Expand the Data Lake

    Demonstrate Transparency & Trust

    Strengthen Regulatory Compliance: Tighten Security and Availability of Patient Information

    As healthcare providers accelerate the use of IT to improve patient care delivery, they face the unique challenge of keeping PHI/PII highly available, protected, and secure.

    To meet requirements for HIPAA, HITECH, and the EU Data Protection Directive, healthcare providers need solutions that minimize risk; detect, investigate, and respond to advanced threats; confirm and manage identities; and ultimately, prevent IP theft, fraud, and cybercrime.

    Leverage EMC's portfolio of trusted IT solutions for healthcare providers — advanced security analytics, data protection, and continuous availability of applications and data.

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    Partners HealthCare Keeps Patients and Intellectual Property Safe with Strategic Security Solutions from RSA


    Saint Luke's Health System on Mission-Critical Data with RSA Archer


    St. Charles Health System on EMC Data Protection Solutions

    Deliver Unique, “Always On,” and Personalized Experiences

    Enhance Patient Engagement: Accelerate Collaboration across the Care Continuum

    Healthcare providers must have secure, immediate access to key healthcare applications at the point-of-care – no matter where or when patient care is delivered.

    The Federation End User Computing solution includes not only the VDI, but also the support desk software, orchestration and automation tools, security, installation services, and one-call support.


    Gain a cost-effective solution to rationalize applications, decommission legacy systems, and compliantly retain inactive patient information with the EMC Clinical Archiving solution. Transform patient care and reduce IT costs through seamless access to complete patient records.

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    Decommission Obsolete Clinical Systems with the EMC Clinical Archiving Solution


    Federation End User Computing Solutions


    2. Source: Accenture Industrial Internet Insights Report (page 18)