The last time I visited my family doctor, I enrolled in a new online health records system. Now, from my laptop or smartphone, I can access medical records — reaching back more than a decade across several different physicians and specialties — for my entire family. I also can make appointments, refill prescriptions and ask questions via my personal health records page.
For a patient like me, it’s relevant information wrapped up in a simple, accessible tool that makes my life easier. But it didn’t happen on its own. And I know a great deal of planning, customizing and collaboration went into executing this particular solution for this particular healthcare organization.
For my physician’s practice and my health insurance network, it’s healthcare innovation at work.
Healthcare IT decisions begin with a problem in need of a solution, but technology is only one piece in the puzzle. Dell’s global team of healthcare experts include doctors, nurses and administrators who work in concert with technology experts to develop and execute comprehensive solutions to any number of IT challenges. Solutions that include services, process improvement and customized IT technology. Solutions that prove information-driven healthcare not only reduces costs, but also improves patient care.
See how Dell helps users identify pain points and explore potential solutions in this virtualized website, Discover Healthcare IT. This virtual ecosystem shows physician practices, payers and hospitals — from their own point of view — how Dell solutions, powered by Intel® technology, can improve patient care and empower healthcare professionals.Tags: Business,Healthcare,Technology