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Pulse Report: Healthcare IT Trends and Red Hat
A recent survey from Gatepoint Research of more than 100 healthcare technology executives affirms that the industry’s acclimation to healthcare reform, as well as other external factors, has brought on many new challenges.
Top concerns for healthcare IT include:
- Connecting to the healthcare community.
- New and changing business models.
- Massive explosion of unstructured data.
The results of the survey show that proprietary systems negatively impact IT, making it hard to address these priorities. Conversely, respondents value Red Hat to help where it matters most.