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Modern Healthcare IT Practices

Watch this webinar to learn how to ensure the performance and perpetually optimize your Healthcare IT systems and hear from UT Health’s resident IT expert how they:

- Achieved comprehensive insight into data center performance discrepancies and resolved via an Infrastructure Performance Assessment

- Reduced risks of major infrastructure and application changes through real-time insight into performance implications of change

- Demonstrated problem analysis insights on an application-by-application basis to internal stakeholders
Recorded Jan 30 2019 32 mins
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Jon Phillips and Ravi Prakash
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    Jon Phillips and Ravi Prakash
    Watch this webinar to learn how to ensure the performance and perpetually optimize your Healthcare IT systems and hear from UT Health’s resident IT expert how they:

    - Achieved comprehensive insight into data center performance discrepancies and resolved via an Infrastructure Performance Assessment

    - Reduced risks of major infrastructure and application changes through real-time insight into performance implications of change

    - Demonstrated problem analysis insights on an application-by-application basis to internal stakeholders
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