HUG Relies on PagerDuty When Healthcare Incidents Arise

The Geneva University Hospital (HUG) is one of the five university hospitals in Switzerland and one of the largest hospitals in Europe. Pierryves Fournier, SRE Team Lead at HUG, explains how PagerDuty and Rundeck help automate his team's incident response process, empowering the right action when seconds matter.

Accelerate Offloading to Cloudera Data Warehouse (CDW) with Procedural SQL Support

Did you know Cloudera customers, such as SMG and Geisinger, offloaded their legacy DW environment to Cloudera Data Warehouse (CDW) to take advantage of CDW’s modern architecture and best-in-class performance? In addition to substantial cost savings upon moving to CDW, Geisinger is also able to search through hundreds of million patient note records in seconds providing better treatment to their patients.

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Central Maine Healthcare Drastically Reduces Citrix & Cerner Clinician Time to Remediation

“I’ve received so many tickets where I would spend hours troubleshooting four or more applications to try and find what was causing the latency when it was connection speed all along,” shares Aaron Hilton, a system administrator at Central Maine Healthcare system. Aaron is one of the main points of contact for resolving Citrix tickets, and the lack of visibility into the Citrix delivery infrastructure caused him to be reactive instead of proactive.


Using CC&C Platforms to Transform Metrics Into Valuable Insights

Healthcare institutions are increasingly implementing clinical communication and collaboration (CC&C) platforms to improve the productivity of care teams. Automated CC&C platforms perfect care orchestration plans to ensure providers have the means to satisfy the ever-changing needs of patients. Key features of CC&C platforms include real-time, secure mobile messaging and alerting; digital, intelligent on-call schedules; time-stamped message statuses; and automated alert escalations.


Four Industries That Will Be Disrupted by AI in 2021

With the never-ending potential of technology to disrupt everyday processes, more and more industries are deciding to adapt to one exciting area of innovation today: artificial intelligence (AI). In fact, Global Industry Analysts Inc. predicts that AI will be worth 164.03 billion GBP by 2026, and here, we look at four industries set to be disrupted by AI. Since the healthcare sector collects and greatly depends on personal data from their patients, AI will play a crucial role in data management.