Webinar

Reduce costs and improve performance of your Cerner EMR

8. November 2018 19:00 UTC

Reduce costs and improve performance of your Cerner EMR

Today's healthcare environment requires that technology professionals have a constant focus on reduced costs without compromising performance, patient care, or data security. IT departments not only operate under increased budget pressures, but they must deliver new solutions for value-based care reimbursement models, population health management, and digital and mobile health applications. Optimizing IT infrastructure is necessary to free up resources to focus on key initiatives.

Red Hat and Intel offer a hardware and software solution that is built on open standards for your Cerner system infrastructure. It features cost-effective performance that allows all aspects of your Cerner software to run at peak levels. This degree of performance, combined with immense scalability, leaves room for future Cerner functionality so you can easily adopt new features and expand your environment as business grows. Additionally, Cerner customers rely on Red Hat and Intel as a solution with a traceable source, reducing patient data risks and ensuring compliance.

Join this webinar to hear how your IT organization can:

  • Reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by up to 65%.
  • Easily adopt new features and expand your environment as business grows.
  • Improve processes and avoid repetitive tasks.
  • Utilize a harmonization process to avoid major certification and security issues.
  • Safely and confidently migrate your Cerner environment with a trusted conversion service.

 

Live-event date: Thursday, November 8, 2018 | 2 p.m. ET

On-demand date: Available for one year afterward.


Jess Perkins

director, Healthcare Business Development, Red Hat

Jess Perkins is a technology executive at Red Hat, with over 25 years in healthcare. His background covers a wide range of experience in leading-edge consulting, solution development, and sales in the healthcare payer, provider, public sector, pharma, and life sciences markets. Jess has consulted independently and has worked with companies including Siemens, McKesson, Oracle, Optum, and several mid-sized and startup organizations.

Chris Gough

chief solution architect, Health & Life Sciences, Intel

Chris Gough is the chief solution architect for Health & Life Sciences at Intel. He meets with enterprise organizations around the world to advise them on artificial intelligence, precision medicine, distributed care, and digital infrastructure. Chris and his team work closely with industry partners and enterprise organizations to design, develop, and publish reference architectures and industry proof points that demonstrate the benefits of solutions based on standardized architectures.