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Healthcare Data and IT Converge for Real-Time Decision Support

20140820_HP-365_cropped smaller.jpgWhat if organizations could converge data streams from multiple sources—electronic health records, patient location, public health data, social media, and clinical knowledge sources—to provide new and richer insights into health risks, treatment options, and clinical operations? With these types of insights, clinicians and patients have access to real-time data for increased awareness, prevention, timely intervention, and proactive forecasting of disease, illness, and health status of individuals and populations. And healthcare providers can improve efficiency, helping to control rising healthcare costs.

 

What if you could track or anticipate the spread of an infectious disease in real time?

 

At HIMSS, the largest health IT conference, we will be exploring these questions by tracking the spread of a hypothetical infectious disease around the HIMSS 2015 show floor. Through this practical demonstration, we will see how situational awareness and analytics track the spread of infection between individuals. Advances in social media, mobility, analytics and cloud technologies will help us track the outbreak. Will we be able to stop it? We need you to help us find out!

Digital Transformation in Public Sector: HP at FedScoop MobileGov Summit

files.jpgBusinesses have been required to rapidly transform and reorganize, redefine, and enhance their technology platforms and processes to better serve customers. Governments, however, are just now beginning their digital journeys.

 

Take a look at what it takes for a government to be more “digital.” HP is proud to be a speaker at FedScoop: 5th Annual MobileGov Summit. HP’s Bryan Coapstick, Director of Mobile Innovation, and Raymond Holder, Client Executive, Federal Healthcare & Mobility Solutions, will conduct a Fireside Chat on the morning of April 1, 2015 from 8:55 - 9:10.

Building Innovation for Telcos: HP and ABR Telecom

ABR TelecomTV interview smaller.jpgMobile World Congress used to be a show about phones and devices. Now ‘mobility’ implicates the participation of a number of industries and new technologies to facilitate mobile demands and trends.

 

While at Mobile World Congress, TelecomTV’s Martyn Warwick had a chance to sit down with Jose Ribeiro, Executive President of ABR Telecom Brazil and Vicente Pava, HP VP Communications Sector, Americas Sales, to discuss the 15 year partnership between the two companies and the innovation they are driving together.

Defining the Improvement of Customer Experience: Top Articles from BVEx

HP20140217726.jpgIt’s been identified as the business trend, challenge, and opportunity of the year, and rightly so. Given the technology consumers now have access to, expectations have risen across all industries. Experience is king.

 

So, in what ways do enterprises need to improve customer experience? How does this apply to their organization’s structure, processes, and culture? Take a look at these articles to see how some industries are making internal and external changes to meet market demand.

Internet of Things: A revolution or evolution?

Jeff Edlund TelecomTV smaller.jpgAs evidenced in last week’s exciting activities and announcements at Mobile World Congress 2015, HP is playing a role in the revolution of mobilizing every device in our daily lives. However, from a different perspective, Jeff Edlund, Chief Technology Officer of HP CMS thinks it is more of an evolution of where we’ve been, rather than a revolution in an always connected experience.

 

Jeff Edlund spoke to Telecom TV while in Barcelona to discuss the ever changing landscape of being connected and the transition from hype to reality of the Internet of Things. Check out the article to watch the video.

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