Reduce costs and improve performance of your Epic EMR
Today’s healthcare environment requires that technology professionals have a constant focus on reduced costs without compromising performance or patient care. 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 Epic system infrastructure. It features cost-effective performance that allows all aspects of your Epic software to run at peak levels. This degree of performance, combined with immense scalability, leaves room for future Epic functionality so you can easily adopt new features and expand your environment as business grows.
Join this webinar to hear how your IT organization can:
- Reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by up to 65%.
- Achieve 37% or more greater performance.
- Easily adopt new features and expand your environment as business grows.
- Safely and confidently migrate your Epic environment with our trusted conversion services.
Live-event date: Thursday, September 13, 2018 | 2 p.m. ET
On-demand date: Available one year afterward
chief solution architect, Health and Life Sciences, Intel
Chris Gough is the chief solution architect for the Health and Life Sciences division at Intel. He meets with enterprise organizations worldwide to advise them on artificial intelligence, precision medicine, distributed care, and digital infrastructure as it relates to healthcare. Chris helps design, develop, and publish reference architectures and industry proof points that demonstrate the benefits of solutions based on standardized architectures.
managing director for healthcare, Red Hat
Craig Klein is a managing director for healthcare at Red Hat. For the last 7 years at Red Hat, Craig has researched IT trends and issues in the healthcare industry, set the strategic direction for Red Hat healthcare industry solutions, and led sales and marketing of associated Red Hat® products and services.