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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!

HP SVP and GM Marilyn Crouther Joins President Obama to discuss HP’s Carbon Footprint

Marilyn Crouther.jpgClimate change is one of the most serious issues the world is confronting today. One that requires new ways of doing business, including developing long-term strategies to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across industries.

 

Yesterday, Marilyn Crouther, SVP and GM for HP Enterprise Services, U.S. Public Sector represented HP in a roundtable discussion at the White House. The event brought together some of the largest Federal suppliers, along with President Barack Obama and members of his Cabinet to discuss the benefits of their greenhouse gas emission reduction targets or to make new commitments to disclose emissions and set new reduction goals. Take a look at what HP is doing to improve the environment.

Cloud Computing Is Transforming Enterprise IT Roles And Responsibilities

By Michael Donovan, HP Distinguished Technologist

 

USPS_banner_small_ManagingTransition2.jpgI’m often asked why cloud computing is seen as transformational. We readily acknowledge that the move from mainframe to client/server, the proliferation of personal computing, and the explosive growth of the Internet have fundamentally changed the way we interact with IT.  In my opinion, the cloud has already affected a change of this magnitude, but many private and public sector organizations have been slow to understand its impact on their enterprise.

 

Data, services, and applications now are widely available on demand, anywhere, from any device, at little or no cost, and to any user. Users also have nearly universal access to high-speed network connectivity, effectively freeing them from reliance on the enterprise network and its controls. This new found freedom means that users may completely by-pass the traditional controls over purchasing set by the CFO, CIO, and IT department.  

Big Data: Looking at the World through an Information Lens

By Diana M. Zavala, Director of Information Management & Analytics, HP U.S. Public Sectorsmall globe.png

 

With all the talk about Big Data and the recent report by the TechAmerica Foundation on Demystifying Big Data:  A Practical Guide to Transforming the Business of Government,” we know that leveraging information brings opportunities to better serve customers and citizens.  While information can provide more transparency, agility and innovation in the business of government, information management can also tackle fraud and waste and improve business processes to save money. 

Evolution of Enterprise Security: Twitter Chat Recap

Twitterchat.pngOn September 18th HPES held a Twitter Chat on “Evolution of Enterprise Security. . For a complete background check out the introductory blog: “The Evolution of Security: HP Enterprise Services Twitter Chat”  by Annabelle Baxter. This blog highlights the participants and some of content from the twitter chat.

 

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