VIDEO: Russell Poole, Equinix MD UK at Digital Health World Congress 2017.
Building A Digital Ecosystem
The pharmaceuticals and life sciences industry is under immense pressure to adapt operating business models from being "pill-centric" to "patient-centric”, creating new value from the delivery of enhanced future patient engagement and further targeted therapies.
Developing new patient-centric channels, products and services requires a solid digital strategy, leveraging pervasive, existing and potentially new data assets to create value and revenue – ultimately transforming processes, business models and customer experience by exploiting pervasive digital connections among systems, people, places and things.
Digital Strategy in Practice
“Equinix and Google Cloud Platform are two important pieces of the enterprise infrastructure used by our customers. Equinix Cloud Exchange and the Avere FXT Edge filer were proven toprovide the high-bandwidth connectivity and edge caching needed to run high-performance applications like rendering, genomic analysis, and financial simulations in Equinix data centers or on customer premises while storing the data in Google Cloud Storage.”
Solgenia TECH Mornings - Technology and Healthcare
November 16, 2016
TED-style technology series featuring lightning talks from Healthcare industry leaders.
Clinical applications and software services support new programmes and practises for NHS healthcare professionals, increasing their patient care and efficiencies.
Platform Equinix allows Pharmacy Benefits Management (PBM) companies to tap into a growing ecosystem of partners and networks to quickly grow operations across a global footprint
The purpose of this document is to educate today’s business leaders on what the cloud is, where it’s going, why it matters, and how an organization can use the cloud effectively to satisfy its critical goals.
With over 50 billion networked devices and zettabytes of data being created each year, the digital economy threatens to overwhelm traditional IT organizations. In the past organizations had to estimate future needs and make large capital investments far in advance of those needs. This approach, while always tenuous, is even less viable in today's digital enterprise. The emergence of cloud computing promises to ease this challenge. When implemented correctly.
Logicworks, a leader in compliant cloud computing and managed hosting, today announced the official launch of its healthcare cloud solutions catalog. Logicworks' new suite of healthcare cloud solutions directly addresses the infrastructure problems and business requirements of covered entities, ISVs and government agencies.
PRMA Consulting made a decision to outsource their IT provision at an early stage in their development and as a key deliverable of the transition, Vissensa was asked to work with external software developers to implement a bespoke internal project management system based on Microsoft SharePoint.
We’re generating and consuming data at an extraordinary pace, with estimates that the total accumulation of the past two years — a zettabyte — is more than has been amassed in all of human history. Healthcare is no longer toward the end of the adoption curve when it comes to mobile data and advanced IT infrastructure. Driven by a desire to revolutionize patient care with innovative technology, healthcare IT teams are quickly moving to a position of leadership.
Medical Information Records, LLC (MIR) is a medical software company that leverages new technology to improve the point of care for patients, improve workflow and management of clinical data...As the demand for the revolutionary AnesthesiaOS product continued to grow, MIR encountered several scalability issues within their core infrastructure.
In our “Things in the Internet of Things” series, we try to make the IoT less about what’s possible tomorrow and more about what’s happening today. And since everyone enjoys being healthy, we thought we’d look at some things in the IoT that aim to keep us that way.
Launching on May 4th, pharmaphorum will present the first in its Open Debate series, designed to make top industry experts accessible to answer your questions on key topics shaping not only our industry but the day-to-day lives of those working within it.
Iora Health has a bold idea. The Cambridge, Massachusetts-based startup is both a primary practice healthcare provider and an economic game-changer that seeks to transform how the nation’s $2.7 trillion healthcare industry manages patient care. Starting anew in a field as complex and demanding as healthcare required Iora to build its own practice management software. Electronic medical records (EMR) software, the industry standard, was not compatible with Iora’s radically different approach to patient care.
Because employees at every location must have secure, reliable and flexible access to the applications now residing in the cloud, enterprises also need network connectivity with the cloud. Yet because all networks are not created equal, a cloud solution is only as good as the network that supports it.
Find out how to operate a Big Data solution in the cloud without sacrificing performance, control, security, or cost.