Today’s healthcare IT leaders face the ever-increasing demands of demonstrating value on technological investments while leading their respective organizations down the path of digital maturity.
In order to meet the challenge, HIT leaders must recognize the need to shift from the focus and spend associated with keeping-the-light-on (KTLO), to providing value by aligning limited human capital resources with the business imperatives driven by the organization’s strategic plan.
This paradigm shift, in itself, however, does not alleviate HIT leaders from the burden or responsibility of managing and maintaining a robust, scalable and resilient IT Infrastructure; those requirements, along with data security have only increased.
HIT leaders must decide how to best meet all of the demands. Taking stock in an organization’s core competencies can help. Then they can align resources accordingly while finding viable partners to manage complex and mission-critical IT infrastructure.
Infrastructure management services can help healthcare organizations reduce costs and free up internal resources for value-adding initiatives that advance digital transformation.
HCI’s infrastructure management services for healthcare organizations encompass six key components in the IT ecosystem.
Our platform is a full information technology operations analysis (ITOA) platform that:
WaaS NxT is a next generation digital platform for end users that:
Our vendor-neutral network service provides deep expertise spanning across all network domains, including radio access network (RAN), fiber, core networks, IMS and enterprise networks.
Our network experts have:
We can speed network transformation with new technologies such as software-defined networking (SDN), network functions virtualization (NFV), self-organizing network (SON), mobile edge computing (MEC) and NarrowBand IoT (NB-IOT).
A high-performing server room or data center is essential for a healthcare organization. IT infrastructure should meet stringent requirements for the reliability and security of information and information systems, 24/7.
HCI’s strength lies in the set-up phase of a data center. After a building is delivered, we can provide services to prepare the space to function as a server room.
We install all the infrastructure and installations in the planned locations according to the regulations and drawings. This can include the various technical systems abd preparing floors, ensuring that there is a continuous power supply and cooling the data center.
Our framework for cloud migration for healthcare organizations consists of a six-step process that covers all of the critical aspects of cloud migration.
In syncing with best practices from migrations across the globe, our cloud migration process helps you harness the efficiency of the cloud while avoiding the cost overruns associated with an ill-planned cloud migration approach.
Healthcare IT infrastructure should be an investment in innovation—not a KTLO expense.
Contact us to learn more about how our infrastructure management services can free up budget and focus for the value-add initiatives that healthcare organizations need.
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