Interoperability for the New Normal in Healthcare

Using data, analytics, and the cloud to accelerate success

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With COVID-19 as the first pandemic fought in the age of data, one thing is clear: traditional approaches to your data ecosystem are a thing of the past. From the rapid expansion of virtual care to sharing critical patient outcomes and predicting resource availability – the state of your data matters.

Join TIBCO and AWS to learn how organizations with a strong and flexible data foundation are better prepared for digital transformation and can rapidly respond when faced with sudden shifts in priorities.

You will learn how to:

  • Use healthcare data management in the cloud as an enabler and accelerator for agility, flexibility, and speed
  • Integrate traditional data and analytics with modern sources, such as Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) to satisfy business demands and unlock greater value for all data stakeholders
  • Leverage the cloud to satisfy changing customer expectations and diverse data and analytics use cases

Presenting innovative use cases from leading organizations across the healthcare spectrum, we will discuss ways to unlock the value of data and analytics in the cloud. We will also share a strategy roadmap that healthcare providers, payers, HIEs, research organizations, and public health leaders will find useful in this new data era.

Inter operability for the new normal
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