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Better healthcare starts with better information

When healthcare is information-driven, data is interconnected and available when and where it is needed to save lives. Data becomes knowledge and moves healthcare beyond episodic care to preventative, precision medicine. And data ultimately allows patients to take control of their own health. Our four-part information-driven healthcare approach is a reflection of our commitment and expertise:
  • Build Future-Ready IT Platforms: Systems should be capable of adapting to change, scaling and achieving maximum efficiency.
  • Unlock Information: Data must be free from the shackles of paper and from digital silos, with secure access when and where it is needed.
  • Empower Caregivers: Caregivers need technology and process, including real-time clinical decision support and operational insight.
  • Unleash Innovation: Investments in technology and process will yield significant returns in the form of efficiency and quality of care.
Taken together, we believe these steps can radically redefine the way healthcare is delivered for decades to come.

Talk to Dell about your healthcare needs.

Blogs

  1. Data Exchange

    Standards-based data exchange in healthcare

    Dell Chief Medical Officer Dr. Andrew Litt discusses the possibilities of standards-based data exchange in healthcare.

  2. Information Driven Healthcare

    Information Driven Healthcare

    Dr. August Calhoun, Dell Healthcare VP/GM, discusses the future of Information-Driven Healthcare.

Videos

  1. Information Driven Healthcare

    Information Driven Healthcare

    See highlights from HIMSS13 and hear our customers talk about the latest advances in information-driven healthcare.

  2. Pediatric Cancer

    Children's Cancer Care: Brooke's Story

    Five-year-old Brooke is battling pediatric cancer. With Dell technology enabling a pediatric clinical trial, she receives treatment at home, not in centers hundreds of miles away.

  3. Intermountain Healthcare

    Intermountain Healthcare

    Dell and Siemens implemented a successful medical archiving solution for Intermountain Healthcare

Headlines

  1. Mobile Records Breaches

    Mobile Record Breaches

    Healthcare Information Security: A Focus on Prevention Is the Best Remedy for Medical Record Breaches.