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Future-ready Healthcare 
IT Platforms: 
Get to the Cloud 
Andrew Litt, MD, Chief Medical Officer, 
Dell Healthcare and Lif...
Panelist 
David Tomlinson 
CIO/CFO; 
Centegra 
2013 
Bill Russell 
CIO; 
St. Joseph Health 
Ismelda Garza 
IT Director; 
C...
Moving beyond the cloud hype 
Enterprise 
cloud 
application 
revenues 
reached $22.9B 
in 2011 and are 
projected to 
rea...
Industry adoption varies 
Advanced Heavy Moderate Measured Lagging Gartner 
2013 
Adopting 
Private cloud PaaS and IaaS 
C...
Healthcare 
transformation 
in the cloud 
2013 
Healthcare and Life Sciences
Changing healthcare landscape 
2013 
Traditional IT still dominant 
41.8% of a healthcare 
organization's IT budget is 
al...
Impediments to cloud adoption for 
healthcare providers 
Concerns that cloud providers will not continue to innovate 
Have...
Multiple regulatory requirements 
HIPA HITECH MEANINGFUL 
Health Insurance 
Portability and 
Accountability Act (1996) 
Se...
How can audits and penalties impact you 
2013 
Breach 
Notification Rule 
KPMG contract: 
Audits of 150 
hospitals 
Fines ...
Challenges = cloud opportunity 
Improve quality 
of care 
Reduce costs 
2013 
Operate 
under high 
regulations 
Effectivel...
Why Cloud? 
Secure Flexible Simple 
2013 
• Manage specific 
environment on customer 
behalf 
• Facilitate aggressive 
imp...
Dell cloud strategy for healthcare 
Hospitals Physicians Payers Life Science 
2013 
Healthcare cloud platform 
Strategic P...
Dell Healthcare in the Cloud 
50+ 29B 
customers supported 
with cloud-based HIS 
and DR 
650,000+ 
2013 
6B+ 
diagnostic ...
David 
Tomlinson, 
CIO/CFO 
Centegra 
2013
Bill Russell, CIO 
St. Joseph 
Health, 
2013
Ismelda Garza; 
IT Director 
Comanche 
County Medical 
Center 
2013
2013 
Q&A
Let’s get 
started 
2013 
Visit the Solution Showcase to see our end-to- 
end healthcare solutions and services 
Gain hand...
2013
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Cloud computing is a growing force in healthcare and offers clear benefits for organizations of all sizes. What is less clear to many organizations are the pros and cons of various cloud adoption strategies and how to successfully move applications and data to the cloud. Discover how cloud technology platforms can transform EMR implementations, digital image archiving and security. Through the use of real-world case studies, participants will learn effective change management strategies from a technical/operational/process perspective, as well as the pros and cons of various cloud models. Learn more: http://del.ly/Ckd9Dk

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Building Future-Ready Healthcare IT Platforms: Get To The Cloud

  1. 1. Future-ready Healthcare IT Platforms: Get to the Cloud Andrew Litt, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Dell Healthcare and Life sciences 2013
  2. 2. Panelist David Tomlinson CIO/CFO; Centegra 2013 Bill Russell CIO; St. Joseph Health Ismelda Garza IT Director; Comanche County Medical Center
  3. 3. Moving beyond the cloud hype Enterprise cloud application revenues reached $22.9B in 2011 and are projected to reach$67.3B by 2016. Current Usage 2013 60% of server workloads will be virtualized by 2014. Global cloud traffic will account for nearly two-thirds of total data center traffic by 2016. Today 46% of business data stored outside of internal IT structures. Over the past three years nearly 74% of data centers increased physical server count. IaaS cloud management & security and PaaS are growing from $7.6B in 2011 to $35.5B in 2016. 24% 37% 39% Hybrid Private Public Projected Market Spend of $241 Billion by 2020 Source: Dell Customer Research, April 2013
  4. 4. Industry adoption varies Advanced Heavy Moderate Measured Lagging Gartner 2013 Adopting Private cloud PaaS and IaaS Community cloud and service providers Community cloud and SaaS Email and collaboration Panicky migration from vendor to provider Not much happening Public records, medical processes Industry Financial services Telecommunications Government Education High tech Energy and utilities Healthcare Retail Brokerage and messaging integration
  5. 5. Healthcare transformation in the cloud 2013 Healthcare and Life Sciences
  6. 6. Changing healthcare landscape 2013 Traditional IT still dominant 41.8% of a healthcare organization's IT budget is allocated to traditional IT deployment 2013 2017 Cloud IT multi $B market Although adoption is held back by regulatory initiatives and security concerns, the cloud market in healthcare is expected to grow to $5.4 billion by 2017 2015 Cloud IT growth accelerates Within two years' time traditional IT budget will decrease to 35.4%. Use of public cloud services will increase from 12.6% to 15.8%
  7. 7. Impediments to cloud adoption for healthcare providers Concerns that cloud providers will not continue to innovate Have not identified what our exit plan for cloud would be Have concerns about cross-border rules Have not yet created a service catalog for cloud services Unclear future and roadmap for cloud services No end-to-end service management strategy 2013 40 28.4 20.5 17.4 11.3 11.8 14.1 7 Have not yet developed a cloud roadmap Concerns over security and availability Source: IDC's Global Technology and Industry Research Organization IT Survey, 2012 (% of respondents)
  8. 8. Multiple regulatory requirements HIPA HITECH MEANINGFUL Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (1996) Security rules • 45 CFR 160 • 45 CFR 162 • 45 CFR 164 2013 USE American Recovery and Reinvestment Act – Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (2009) HIPAA Security Rule Plus • New civil money penalties for violations • Covered entities and business associates must comply • Breach notification obligation for breaches on or after Sept. 2009 Meaningful Use (2010) Risk Analysis • 45 CFR 164.308 (a) (1) • Core Measure 15
  9. 9. How can audits and penalties impact you 2013 Breach Notification Rule KPMG contract: Audits of 150 hospitals Fines and penalties
  10. 10. Challenges = cloud opportunity Improve quality of care Reduce costs 2013 Operate under high regulations Effectively manage IT resources
  11. 11. Why Cloud? Secure Flexible Simple 2013 • Manage specific environment on customer behalf • Facilitate aggressive implementation schedules • SLA easy to understand and implement (99.95% uptime) • Free up hospital IT resources to focus on service delivery and application implementation • Expect predictable outcomes with a choice of service levels for operational availability. • Choose disaster recovery options that allow you to meet Recovery Point Objectives and Recovery Time Objectives • Select add-on solution options to fulfill your specific requirements • Reliable & secure ISB backup, recovery, and tape administration • Highly secure and reliable network connectivity options offer HIPAA-compliant data encryption • System monitoring • Pre-defined server availability levels • Standard data administration procedures and tools
  12. 12. Dell cloud strategy for healthcare Hospitals Physicians Payers Life Science 2013 Healthcare cloud platform Strategic Pillars Establish an Interoperability Network connecting Healthcare Constituents Develop a Next Generation delivery mechanism based on a secure Cloud Platform that support derivative data driven solutions Integrate Current and Future Solutions through the cloud to deploy at scale 1 2 Archiving & Storage Reporting & Alerting Healthcare solutions Analytics 3 Other Electronic Medical Records Revenue Cycle Services Payers Solutions Data Management Security Other Mobility Interoperability
  13. 13. Dell Healthcare in the Cloud 50+ 29B customers supported with cloud-based HIS and DR 650,000+ 2013 6B+ diagnostic image objects managed by Dell in the cloud. Protecting medical images for 7% of US Population Security events MEDITECH Processed daily by Dell SecureWorks, a core component of the Dell Cloud Integration processes Per day with Dell Boomi, over 3Xs our nearest competitor 1st To market with the Dell OpenStack Solution More EMRs supported in a secure dedicated Healthcare Cloud than any other healthcare IT services provider $200M Dell achieved this by virtualizing 10,000 servers and reducing applications from 7,000 to less than 2,500 Dell’s Crowbar deployment, management and services saved by Dell 400K physicians and 500 individual practices supported by Dell’s physician hosting cloud solution
  14. 14. David Tomlinson, CIO/CFO Centegra 2013
  15. 15. Bill Russell, CIO St. Joseph Health, 2013
  16. 16. Ismelda Garza; IT Director Comanche County Medical Center 2013
  17. 17. 2013 Q&A
  18. 18. Let’s get started 2013 Visit the Solution Showcase to see our end-to- end healthcare solutions and services Gain hands on experience, see demonstrations at the Solution Showcase Schedule a visit to a Dell Solution Center near you: Austin • New York City • Washington D.C. Chicago • Santa Clara • Mexico City • Sao Paolo Go to www.Dell.com/healthcare
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Cloud computing is a growing force in healthcare and offers clear benefits for organizations of all sizes. What is less clear to many organizations are the pros and cons of various cloud adoption strategies and how to successfully move applications and data to the cloud. Discover how cloud technology platforms can transform EMR implementations, digital image archiving and security. Through the use of real-world case studies, participants will learn effective change management strategies from a technical/operational/process perspective, as well as the pros and cons of various cloud models. Learn more: http://del.ly/Ckd9Dk

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