The IT Leader's Guide to Multicloud Readiness
This guide provides practical key insights and important factors to consider to make informed decisions in your multicloud journey.
The healthcare industry has experienced significant change in recent years, with reform efforts, increased competition and evolving patient demands all top-of-mind for many healthcare executives. Because of this, the ability to access and analyze data in real-time as a means to improving the quality of patient care and managing costs has gone from a “nice to have” to crucial. The use of IT and big data to gain insights and awareness not previously possible is a definite industry trend.
Another trend taking healthcare by storm is cloud computing. According to a recent survey on cloud computing adoption in healthcare from HIMMS Analytics, 83% of IT executives from healthcare provider organizations report they are using cloud services today, and SaaS-based applications were reported as being the most popular. In that same survey, the top three reasons for this move to the cloud are less cost than current IT maintenance, speed of deployment, and the lack of internal resources or expertise to support on-premises alternatives.
And then there are hybrid environments, which offer many organizations the best of both worlds. As companies have started to realize the cost savings and scalability benefits of hybrid environments, they are now looking to implement an analytics platforms in these new environments.
It’s often helpful to hear from others who have done just what you are looking to do. And you can do that during a complimentary webinar on Wednesday, November 12, at 1 p.m. CT as Heidi Rozmiarek, Assistant Director of Development at UnityPoint Health explains how her organization leverages its hybrid environment of Power BI, Excel-enabled dashboards and SharePoint 2013. During the session, Hybrid Analytics in Healthcare: Leveraging Power BI and Office 365 to Make Smarter Business Decisions, experts from Perficient’s Microsoft Business Intelligence practice will also demonstrate the capabilities of Office 365 and Power BI.
You can also learn more about hybrid analytics using Power BI and Office 365 in a newly released four part video series, with part one, “Power BI Basics Inside Office 365” available here.
To register for the webinar, click here.
Hybrid Analytics in Healthcare: Leveraging Power BI & Office 365
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
1:00 p.m. CT