Success starts with a secure, robust IT infrastructure
Better insights. Better health.
Keeping patients healthy and improving quality of care are part of every healthcare organization's mission. From robotic surgical devices that run on 5G technology to electronic health records (EHRs) to predictive analytics and capacity management, technology helps healthcare providers achieve these goals more efficiently
Emerging technologies are driving the future of healthcare
5G delivers service and access at lightspeed
Telemedicine use has soared from a few to several hundred visits per day for many healthcare organizations.
Edge computing is making significant inroads in healthcare. It decentralizes processing power, which reduces latency and bandwidth, taking pressure off the network. Its purpose is to bring computational power in close proximity to Internet of Things (IoT) sensors, smartphones, and connected technologies. And, 5G connectivity is one of the emerging technologies that makes it all possible.
Optimize resources for a better patient and provider experience
Patients of all ages want more control of their healthcare experience across the entire process, and they want quick and easy access. Many healthcare organizations are answering the call by offering mobile and desktop apps for appointment scheduling, electronic access to medical records, and the ability to compare drug costs and communicate with healthcare providers online.
As healthcare organizations integrate AI and other advanced technologies into clinical practice, they'll see an increased need for data and capacity management software, which helps IT departments optimize resources.
Ease collaboration both in person and remotely
Healthcare providers and organizations are increasingly expected to share data with partners across cloud environments. For healthcare providers to successfully do so, they need a solution that provides them with ease of management while also providing high levels of data security, integrity, and compliance.
With telemedicine on a rapid rise, healthcare providers have had to adopt virtual methods of engaging patients in record speed. Devices that contain protected health information (PHI) must meet HIPAA security and privacy requirements, while telemedicine platforms need to be simple and accessible for all types of patients. BMC can help with solutions that keep you secure and compliant.
Connect the healthcare ecosystem
Building a secure, interconnected ecosystem starts with a solid IT infrastructure to capture, curate, manage, and store patient data safely at scale. On top of a sound infrastructure, healthcare organizations should enable tools that produce meaningful data insights.
As organizations add both healthcare and technology partners, it is important for all parts of the ecosystem to share patient data seamlessly and securely. Because much of that information is stored and shared in the cloud, automated vulnerability scans, end-to-end compliance, and automated patching are essential to reduce risk.