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Healthcare and Life Sciences Solutions
Digital medicine for healthcare and life sciences
Healthcare and life sciences can’t get by on bandages for IT anymore. You need digital transformation medicine to be able to continually deliver the services that are demanded. And you need a partner with a record of success to help.
HPE has delivered solutions to healthcare and life sciences for decades, and we have the vision and solutions to create the right mix for your specific digital use cases. This combination of the right mix and the right experience will accelerate the right outcomes for you.
Digital transformation in life sciences
Genetic-based therapeutics and the data intensive and collaborative nature of the life sciences industry requires a transformative digital infrastructure.
Digital solutions that drive healthcare and life sciences
A track record of healthcare and life sciences success
Spectrum Health reduces operating costs by 25%
Spectrum wanted to expand its infrastructure to accommodate growth, control power and cooling costs, and improve patient care and outcomes. Its new system has higher reliability and more services, with savings forecast to be $10M over 10 years.
Norrbottens ensures storage limits are never breached
Swedish healthcare authority ensures proactive support for its ebusiness-critical data centres and the storage headroom to keep the organisation running.
Plymouth Hospital goes wireless
Plymouth Hospital in England implemented a secure wireless LAN with a single point of management to support key medical applications and mobile Electronic Patient Records.
HudsonAlpha streamlines IT to meet growth
One of America’s leading genome research institutes is constantly growing. It implemented a powerful and easily managed platform and eliminated production bottlenecks.
Healthcare and life sciences viewpoints
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Digital patient empowerment
Outpatient care is transforming as patients are beginning to manage their own conditions. See how technology empowers patients that you know.
Digital continuity of care
In the future, wearable medical devices will provide proactive ongoing personal health monitoring and treatment, to enable curative action before anything happens.
Digital healthcare communities
Current IT can’t cope with the healthcare information tsunami. See how cloud-enabled, software-defined, hybrid IT makes things manageable again.
Critical healthcare use cases
Centralise records across environments with a secure, continuously available, high-performance infrastructure. Leverage medical image capture and object storage that supports hospital HIS/PACS data centres with vendor neutral archiving and rapid retrieval.
Integrate financial, clinical imaging, credentialing, and other critical systems into a single consolidated view. Streamline clinical and business workflows for operations and services management. Deliver secure, real-time access via internet.
Mobilise your apps for patients, clinicians, families, and others. Secure both wired and wireless networks with instant user access updating. Leverage voice over Wi-Fi integration with nursing and medical paging systems. Enable IoT use of medical devices.
Access advanced analytics on genomic data for new treatments, monitor the patient vitals in real time, aggregate data from multiple systems, and correlate to key comorbidities. Facilitate data tracking for population health management. over Wi-Fi integration with nursing and medical paging systems. Enable IoT use of medical devices.
Let us build you a solution specifically for your needs.
Address your healthcare-specific challenges. See how the right solution can meet your needs today and scale as your organisation evolves and grows.
Philips manages 20 petabytes of data in 31 countries. Learn how Philips moved to a hybrid cloud infrastructure to put IT at the heart of its business.
The New York Genome Centre analyses up to 12 terabytes of data each day . Its big data analytics platform supports the drive to better diagnose disease and develop more effective medical treatments.
Spectrum Health wanted to expand its IT infrastructure, and control power and cooling costs. A modular approach keeps the continuously growing business responsive to its patients.
White River found that unreliable backup is as bad as no backup. It deployed an enterprise backup solution and saves IT hours on backup each week.
Nebraska Medicine provides brain tests without delays. HPE StoreOnce allows it to reliably store and recover patients’ MRI and PET/CT results
Rotterdam-based Erasmus implemented a high performance, reliable, and cost-effective storage solution based on pay-per-use to reduce TCO and cost per GB.
The Dresden hospital Implemented a future-oriented, flexible IT infrastructure to support the hospital’s growth and ongoing development.
Berger replaced an aging infrastructure and brought new client services online quickly while avoiding migration drama.
Changhua upgraded its infrastructure with no interruption of operations and improved medical image access to 99.9999% reliability.
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