Join Us: Linux for healthcare with OnX and technology partners HP, Intel, Red Hat and VMWare

More and more, healthcare companies are revamping their IT infrastructures and considering how Linux can help them achieve their goals.  It’s a good strategy: healthcare organizations have to contend with electronic medical records (EMRs), new digital services, increasingly complex regulations, and the need to streamline operations while dealing with budget and resource constraints. But what’s the best course? Learn tactics and best practices in an upcoming client briefing with OnX, HP, Intel, Red Hat and VMware.

The briefing will cover IT architecture, open source, Linux, virtualization, cloud, EMR implementation and management, and more in a full-day briefing Wednesday, October 21 in Cleveland, Ohio. The full-day briefing will feature guidance on:

  • How to architect, build and deploy a Linux platform using OnX’ s managed services and technology solutions from Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Red Hat and VMware.
  • How to lower costs and increase functionality using Red Hat and Intel with Epic.
  • How IT can best focus on the value-based services that drive efficiency and promote the growth initiatives of the organization.

The client briefing will be held from 11 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. in the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Innovation Center, which is dedicated to improving health care access, outcomes and reducing costs through the implementation of information technology across the entire spectrum of health care delivery. The HIMSS Innovation Center is on the fourth floor of the Global Center for Health Innovation in the Cleveland Convention Center, 1 St. Clair Ave. S.E., in Cleveland. Here’s how to register. We look forward to seeing you!

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