Dell Leads Gartner’s Healthcare Information Technology Services Provider Rankings
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- 2013 marks third consecutive year Dell has ranked No. 1 in the healthcare rankings, which are based on annual revenue
Dell is the leading provider of healthcare information technology services globally, based on a recent Gartner report. The ranking, which is based on 2012 revenue, marks the third consecutive year Dell has achieved the No. 1 ranking for healthcare services.
Dell has a 20-year legacy as a leader in healthcare IT, providing broad capabilities, including electronic medical records (EMR) cloud and disaster recovery services, cloud clinical archiving, mobility solutions and tools to support personalized medicine. Dell also provides full-service IT outsourcing, consulting services, EMR deployment and support, and solutions for accountable care organizations (ACOs).
More than 2,000 hospitals and 30,000 physicians worldwide rely on Dell for IT support, benefiting from Dell’s full-service, end-to-end IT solutions. More than 13,000 Dell team members worldwide work with healthcare organizations to affordably and effectively improve business processes, enhance access to and gain insights from their data, and meet complex healthcare regulations with data security solutions. Dell’s approach to information-driven healthcare connects people to the right technologies and processes to transform the way healthcare is delivered.
With strong customer momentum and numerous strategic alliances for its cloud-based medical image archive platform in particular, Dell has been recognized as the largest healthcare cloud computing provider in the industry. The Dell Cloud Clinical Archive is managing more than 85 million clinical studies and more than 6 billion diagnostic imaging objects, and supporting more than 800 clinical sites in the industry’s largest vendor-neutral hybrid cloud for medical imaging.
Dell further solidified its leadership position over the past year with acquisitions and new cloud-based services offerings that address significant information management and security challenges faced by IT managers today. Dell acquired Wyse, which provides thin client endpoints for Dell’s Mobile Clinical Computing Solution. Dell also acquired Credant, an industry-leading provider of data protection solutions to control, manage and secure data sent from endpoints to servers, storage and the cloud with applications for education and healthcare.
“We strive to deliver end-to-end solutions and services that enable healthcare providers to administer the highest quality of care to their patients,” said Sid Nair, vice president and global general manager, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Dell Services. “Gartner’s continued acknowledgement of Dell as the top provider of healthcare IT services reflects the commitment of our team to achieving this goal.”
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Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) listens to customers and delivers innovative technology and services that give them the power to do more. As the leading provider of healthcare IT services in the world, Dell helps healthcare organizations harness the power of information to simplify administration; coordinate and manage patient care; transition from episodic care to prevention and wellness management; and ultimately to deliver personalized medicine. For more information, visit www.dell.com/healthcare.
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 Gartner, Inc., Market Share: IT Services, 2012, Kathryn Hale et al, March 29, 2013