IT is forced with securing consumer-oriented devices which are accessing corporate email, networks, and 3rd party applications. This end-user panel will provide you with a look at how some of the top IT shops are dealing with this urgent issue and how you can leverage their best practices at your own organization. Moderator Chenxi Wang of Forrester will provide an overview of the trends she is seeing from both a practitioner and solution perspective, and will lead the end-user panel in a discussion of various strategies to successfully implement, manage, monitor and secure enterprise mobility. Attend live for the opportunity to ask your own questions, or feel free to tune in afterward on demand.
- Chenxi Wang, Ph.D., Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research (moderator)
- Anil Karmel, Solutions Architect, Los Alamos National Laboratory
- Terrell Herzig, Information Security Officer, University of Alabama Medical Center
Learn how to deliver integrated health and social care with big data and interoperability.
The Caldicott 2 report highlighted the practical difficulties that surround the sharing of service user data, especially when it’s not being used for direct care. Yet you still need to utilise big data and data sharing to comply with government policies aimed at providing better care.
Join us for this half-day executive briefing where experts from NHS England,Dell Healthcare will provide practical insights on how to enable interoperability and the use of business intelligence to better serve your communities.
We’ll show you how your healthcare data can help gain actionable insights, avoid unseen risks and discover missed opportunities using real-world examples.
Get insights on how to:
•Integrate data from different sources (such as the local authority and NHS commissioners)
•Create healthier communities, improve outcomes and lower healthcare costs through the innovative use of data analysis to predict and prevent ill-health
•Improve the patient engagement experience through seamless
•Ensure a more timely exchange of data to meet regulatory
•Create a cloud-based repository for data that can be accessed
from multiple locations and via different applications
In this webinar, learn about the new capabilities in the Informatica PowerCenter 10 editions and how they will increase your development agility.
Through the eyes and daily routine of typical developers and business analysts you will discover how this new release:
. Enhances the collaboration between IT developers and business analysts
. Delivers more powerful visualization for data profiling
. Delivers a new monitoring dashboard to view service health and system usage
. Increases your productivity with up to 50X faster data lineage rendering
. Enhances your project reach with new connectors and real time capabilities
. Includes new capabilities for parsing semi-structured and unstructured data
Watch this webinar to accelerate your deliver of data integration-based value to your organization.
Are you ready to transform healthcare with predictive analytics? Are you ready to turn Data into Insights and Insights into Practice? Predictive Analytics is about making better healthcare decisions. Is your organization Future Ready?
Are you ready to improve patient care, reduce risk and optimize resources? Are you ready for Predictive Analytics? Analytics is about making better business decisions. Do you understand what the customers want from you? Is your organization Future Ready?
Are you ready to make the most of your clinical technology investments? Dell Clinical application services connect clinical providers with critical patient information whenever and wherever it's needed. Like providing end to end applications and EHR solutions and services. We enhance the provider patient experience by ensuring that the right information is available at a moment's notice. Is your organization Future Ready?
Are you ready to engage with your patients? 40% of patients in US struggle with Chronic health conditions. The most improtant treatment protocol requires healthy lifestyle choices. But to take control and make these changes many patients need support. Dell Patient Engagement Solutions can provide that support. Is your organization Future Ready?
Richard Mendel MD, a Spinal Neurosurgeon from Tampa, Florida, gives a presentaion on the Basics of Stem Cells. Stem Cell Treatments are becoming more popular, and it benefit all to know the basics of this growing science.
Is your healthcare organization taking advantage of Cloud benefits? Cloud can help you simplify IT management and drive down the cost of IT operations. Dell secure healthcare cloud gives you access to industry leading security to reduce of burden of industry regulatory requirements and get the flexibility to adapt to the future. Is your organization Future Ready?
In recent days we have heard from CEO’s about the challenges they face when a breach occurs in determining what data has been lost. Was it sensitive customer data? If so, how many customers are impacted? Not knowing this information immediately causes further damage to customer confidence and significantly increases the cost of dealing with the breach itself.
In this webinar Informatica will introduce a new generation of Data Security Intelligence capabilities which will provide insight into exactly where company and customer sensitive data resides, how it is moving through the organization and what security measures are in place to protect it. We will also look at some of the proactive measures that can be quickly put in place at the database layer to prevent even authorized staff credentials from making unusual data requests, which are often the precursor to a costly breach.
We hope you can join us for what promises to be an informative and highly topical webinar.
Trinity Health is an 86-hospital system that recently completed a large merger with Catholic Health East. With demand for analytics across the enterprise growing faster than ever before, Trinity Health was in urgent need for gaining easy access to high quality, trusted data. One of the most pressing challenges for Trinity Health was to manage the inconsistent data from variety of applications as it was being moved in and out of different data warehouse systems. In order to extend their analytics platform beyond financials to include clinical, operational, and third party data, they needed to deliver connected, safe, and clean data. This meant adding data quality and master data management capabilities to their architecture. In addition to technology, Trinity Health relied on an enterprise-wide, comprehensive data governance and data investigation program to ensure the overall success of the analytics initiative.
This webinar will cover how the Trinity Health team achieved consensus for this program, collaborated with business and technical colleagues, and advanced data governance as a best practice to support advanced analytic initiatives.
During this webinar, you'll learn how to:
• Implement the best health information management technology
• Boost your agility to gain insight from healthcare data for better patient outcomes
• Facilitate patient data centricity for reduced costs with clean, safe data
Gary Monk, Senior Vice President - Digital, Strategy and Innovation - Havas Health / H4B Chelsea
Health innovations including wearables, sensors, big data analytics and 'behavior changing' applications and devices are ubiquitous. These technologies promise so much yet are they really benefiting the healthcare consumer? And what does the future look like? This presentation highlights some real world examples of this technology in use today and some insights into what the future may hold.
Tim Ringrose, CEO M3 EU; Paul Mannu, Behavioural Insights Specialist, Cello Health Insight & Paul Tunnah, CEO, Pharmaphorum
So, we are finally at a point where with some certainty we can confirm we are in a digital world (this may have been true for some years in most industries – but is certainly truer in healthcare than ever before)… which means in terms of innovation within sales, within marketing, even within communicating effectively – digital is at the heart of making things work better.
What does this mean for pharma, is our industry keeping pace, ahead of the curve or playing catch-up – what does this mean in terms of how pharma interacts with its customers, particularly doctors – who are ever more connected digitally with their customers – patients…. What do they need?
This webinar brings together three leading industry experts – who will discuss, present practical insight and debate on the following topics:
1. Innovate or fail - the reality of engagement in a digital world
2. How is the doctor patient relationship changing in the evolving digital healthcare environment?
3. Why physicians need pharma to be more innovative in its communications.
4. The three tenets of digital: differentiation, intervention and communication
John Bennett MD, creator of www.internetmedicine.com
Google is a major contributor to Healthcare in many areas. Perhaps the biggest is "Dr. Google" where the patients searches for medical information about symptoms or conditions. In addition, Google has been a major contributor in the area of Medical Devices, as well as to the creation of medical communities, such as Genomics. Join John Bennett in this exciting webinar to discover all Google innovations in healthcare and discuss the importance of tech giants in building better experiences in this area.
Speaker bio: John Bennett MD, is an ex-ER Doctor, creator of the website www.InternetMedicine.com, and self-professed Geek, who rediscovered his passion for Medicine once computers became useful.
Pharmaceutical companies play an ever increasing role in the treatment and prevention of illnesses. Many leading Pharma companies depend on third-party organizations, like the Almac Group, to help conduct testing, research and trials to improve the overall drug development process.
Almac is a global leader in contract pharmaceutical development and manufacturing services, and recently deployed scriptless test automation to improve its core business application testing in support of its overall business agility goals.
This session will focus on how Almac and TurnKey Solutions partnered to successfully shorten test cycles and improve test outcomes - supporting more rapid deployment cycles for core applications and end-to-end business critical processes.
Shauna Quinn, Software Test Manager for Almac, will share recent results and 4 lessons learned in Almac’s implementation of scriptless test automation, including:
How to build a better alternative to manual testing methods, which for Almac, previously took 20 people and 12 weeks to run
How to streamline operations and shrink testing cycles from multiple weeks to only 3-4 days
How automation helped to quickly and easily validate core business systems using a comprehensive regression suite
How this intuitive software provided a solid testing strategy moving forward
New stories of massive HIPAA breaches continue to spring up almost daily. Whether caused by oversight or negligence, fines, lawsuits, and the impact on reputation represent very real threats. Join this webinar to learn the value new communications technologies can provide and how to ensure your patient data and your business remain protected and compliant under HIPAA law.
While cost is a primary "c" driving the adoption of object-based cloud solutions in the life sciences, compute, capacity, and collaboration may all be bigger incentives. In this webinar, we'll examine how to use an Avere Hybrid Cloud NAS infrastructure to gain big benefits in areas like genomics research, personalized medicine, drug discovery, imaging, and other data analysis applications.
• Compute - Building production environments in the compute cloud without rewriting existing applications
• Capacity - Modernizing storage archives and disaster recovery by adding object storage for durability while leveraging existing on-premises NAS
• Collaboration - Using the cloud t o safely and securely share data globally
• Cost - Using cloud to lower overall costs to keep pace with fast-growing demands of research initiatives
What is HIPAA? What information is protected by HIPAA? Do we have to sign Business Associate Agreements with our vendors? All of these questions and more answered on this BrightTALK exclusive webinar, 8 HIPAA FAQs for Businesses. Join Carlo Tapia, Product Marketing Manager at eFolder, as he takes you through commonly asked questions, an overview of HIPAA, the costs associated with HIPAA violations, and how to protect sensitive patient health information. Business influencers and IT admins will appreciate this 45-minute introduction to the stringent regulations of HIPAA.
Technology can do amazing and complex things, especially in this day and age. But, sometimes modern technology can be applied to solve simple, relatable everyday challenges with fantastic results. Listen in to learn how today's cutting edge IoT & wearables technology can be deployed to drive significant business results including vast improvements in customer service, patient health care, and more. The opportunity is upon us to revolutionize service ethics across many industries in ways unavailable to us before IoT & wearables converged in these simple ways.
Hear use cases in:
Mirror mirror on the wall who's the riskiest of them all?
It's no secret that companies are adopting cloud applications like Office 365, Google Apps, Dropbox and Salesforce to help improve their business. With the cost savings and increased scale and efficiency of the cloud, who could blame them? But what some companies tend to overlook is that there is a level of risk when it comes to each of these apps, and that it can differ based on each company's use case.
Do you know what cloud applications are running in your infrastructure today? How about the ones putting your sensitive data at the most amount of risk? Do you have a way of finding out?
In this webinar Chris Hines, Product Manager at Bitglass will teach you what's necessary when it comes to determining your company's riskiest cloud applications.
Some of the most critical data required to solve analytical problems in the healthcare and life sciences world lack the type of keys that we rely on so heavily in other domains. This session will focus on solutions to the fundamental data connectivity challenges in this area and how to enable impactful analytics on a few high value but disconnected healthcare data sources.
Eric Wicklund, Editor, mHealth News & Niel Levonius, RingCentral
Recent research reveals that care providers are using mobile technologies to enhance care coordination and improve patient satisfaction.
Are you and your IT team equipped to support mHealth easily and affordably?
Join Eric Wicklund, editor of mHealth News and Niel Levonius of RingCentral for this informative 20 minute presentation on trends in cutting edge healthcare communication technology from secure BYOD communications to advanced care coordination platforms. You will learn how:
IT can support healthcare providers to improve outcomes with real-time, secured mobile communications
Mobile, cloud platforms can facilitate care provider and patient engagement
IT can leverage communications solutions that minimize maintenance time and costs
Deploying new patient record systems is more than just servers, networking, and storage. Specialized software applications, compliance and secure data management all need to be considered. Traditional technology vendors all offer partial solutions but you’re left with the hard work. Join Chris Bukowski, Product Manager from NexGen Storage to learn about a better way to deploy patient record systems that include new value-driven data management capabilities that ensure a superior end user experience.
Rich Campagna, VP Products; Chris Hines, Product Marketing Manager, Bitglass
As much as Silicon Valley startup execs love to portray Microsoft as a dinosaur, the fact is that Office 365 adoption is accelerating in the enterprise. Office 365 offers a promising compromise for enterprises deciding, “to cloud or not to cloud": Bring cloud-based productivity tools under the company’s security umbrella so that people can work the way they want to, without sending sensitive company data astray. The idea that you can simply shift responsibility for your company’s data security to Microsoft, however, couldn’t be further from the truth. You can achieve Office 365 data security... but only through a partnership that involves, at its core, a comprehensive in-house security plan, together with Office 365’s built-in security functionality.
In this webinar, Rich Campagna, VP Products at Bitglass, and Chris Hines, Product Marketing Manager, will help you understand where Microsoft’s security responsibility ends, and where yours begins, highlighting key gaps to keep in mind as you make the move to Office 365, and how to solve them.
The game has changed. Due to cost savings, and the privacy and mobility needs of employees, in just a few short years companies have loosened the mobile device leash. Enterprises are now shifting from traditional “company owned” devices, to allowing “Bring Your Own Device” in the workplace. According to Gartner, by 2017 fifty percent of companies will actually force employee to bring their own device to work.
But if you’re tasked with securing devices, how do you accommodate BYOD? Where do you start and what kinds of security solutions should you be looking for?
In this webinar, Chris Hines, Product Manager at Bitglass will teach you how to balance the needs of IT admins and employees when it comes to securing your mobile world.
Based on recent research by analyst Bob Larrivee of AIIM, this webinar will address how organizations can leverage technology to identify, evaluate and optimize business processes to increase operational efficiency.
Join us as we explore:
- Drivers for problem-solving, tracking KPIs, process failures and workflow management
- How technology can reduce errors and exceptions that lead to lost business and non-compliance
- Increasing visibility to optimize processes, reduce costs and deliver a superior customer experience
Christopher Hines, Product Marketing Manager, Bitglass
Healthcare data is now one of the hottest commodities on the black market. In fact, it's valued at fifty times that of credit card data. This makes healthcare security even more crucial for institutions, who must be able to protect all patient PHI data, as stipulated by HIPAA regulations.
This webinar will give you the lay of the land when it comes to the current healthcare data security situation. It will teach you how deploying Bitglass, a cloud access security broker, can help institutions secure healthcare data, while giving clinicians the privacy and mobility that they require.
Skip Snow, Senior Healthcare Analyst, Forrester, Gil Vidals, CEO, VM Racks & Eric Rife, Sales Engineer Director, Nexenta
Global health crises are making headlines daily and the medical industry’s ability to respond effectively depends on rapid access to data storage for archival and analysis. Data management has always been a healthcare challenge; today’s data stores are growing exponentially, and the requirement for responsiveness is accelerating.
Join this presentation to hear from industry expert Skip Snow of Forrester Research on the big trends in healthcare data management and Eric Rife, subject matter expert from Nexenta on the compelling Software Defined Storage solutions to meet these requirements. VM Racks CEO Gil Vidals will continue the conversation by showcasing how SDS helps meet HIPAA compliance and healthcare’s unique requirements.
Attend to learn more about:
- The unique challenges of data management in healthcare, the importance of communication across the continuum of care, and why infrastructure is key
- Why storage is increasingly burdensome to healthcare organizations, how to drive down the complexity and cost of solutions, and the positive impact on response time
- How Software Defined Storage solutions help healthcare organizations get to solutions faster, with hardware that is easier to procure
- Why HIPAA compliance hosting provider VM Racks chose SDS to support delivery of rapid, reliable, cloud-based healthcare solutions to its public sector customers
If your healthcare company does not have a disaster recovery plan in place, you are putting your business, customers and data at risk. Fire, flooding, hurricanes, power failure, theft, cyber attacks and more can all have devastating effects. If your company cannot afford the downtime, loss of revenue and productivity associated with a disaster, be it natural or manmade, now is the time to form a disaster recovery/business continuity plan that leverages a data center provider to maintain your IT operations.
Join OnRamp’s Founder Chad Kissinger for this 45-minute presentation and Q&A on disaster recovery, and learn how to create a plan for 100% uptime.
Ed Gray, Principal, eGray Matters LLC and Alex Dibeler, BI Technology Expert, Altosoft
Every insurer has business intelligence (BI) tools in place, but many carriers find that traditional BI is no longer enough. Today's faster speed of business, more complex processes, and increasing compliance and E&O exposures require that insurers take advantage of process intelligence – advanced analytics providing a new, deeper level of insight down to the business process level – step by step, system to system, from start to finish.
In this webinar, discover how process intelligence goes far beyond legacy BI to pinpoint potential issues in your underwriting, claims and other key processes, allowing you to achieve new business excellence and success:
- Underwrite more lucrative business opportunities through optimized “triage” of new risks
- Minimize error rates and exceptions in underwriting and claims processing that lead to lost business, non-compliance and higher costs
- Ensure compliance with external regulations and internal policies with new actionable data visualizations
- Do all of this and more with no BPM or process modeling tools required
This webinar features Ed Gray, a 30-year veteran of the insurance industry who's risen to C-level positions and provided leadership in IT and business operations. Through his consulting business, Mr. Gray now helps insurance carriers and solution providers develop the vision, strategy, architecture and practical programs of initiatives to transform themselves and their market positioning and effectiveness. His experience has allowed him to see what does - and does not - deliver real value to the insurance organization.
Dr. Ed Goldberg, CBCP, Manager, Enterprise Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery and Threat Assessment, Northeast Utilities
Contrary to conventional wisdom, the people responsible for plans that keep business running during and after disasters and other disruptive events - "business continuity planners" - really do sleep well at night. Despite the relatively constant flow of new and more virulent threats to business and society in general, good business continuity plans transcend the "threat du jour" by focusing on basics. That said, there's a distinct difference between confidence and complacency or smug overconfidence. Join the discussion on what good BC plans contain, how to properly leverage new threats to improve those plans and why hope and doing nothing are imprudent options easily avoided.