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Join us this year at Informatica World!
We have a great line up of speakers and events to help you become a data driven healthcare organization… I’ve provided a few highlights below:
Participate in the Informatica World Keynote sessions with Sohaib Abbasi and Rick Smolan who wrote “The Human Face of Big Data” — learn more via this quick YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7K5d9ArRLJE&feature=player_embedded
With more than 100 interactive and in-depth breakout sessions, spanning 6 different tracks, (Platform & Products, Architecture, Best Practices, Big Data, Hybrid IT and Tech Talk), Informatica World is an excellent way to ensure you are getting the most from your Informatica investment. Learn best practices from organizations who are realizing the potential of their data like: Ochsner Health, Sutter Health, UMass Memorial, Qualcomm and Paypal.
Finally, we want you to balance work with a little play… we invite you to network with industry peers at our Healthcare Cocktail Reception on the evening of Wednesday, June 5th and again during our Data Driven Healthcare Breakfast Roundtable on Thursday, June 6th.
See you there!
I joined Informatica five months ago — it didn’t seem like the “I’m new here card” kept things slow for very long and now, being four weeks from HIMSS, I’m in the middle of a familiar flurry activity. Each year, I am reminded that times change, the location changes, where I am working may shift but some things stay the same. At the top of the stay the same list is the passion we all have for healthcare IT… oh, and the familiar faces I look forward to reconnecting with!
Let me tell you a bit about what we have planned for HIMSS 2013. In the coming weeks, we will make exciting product announcements so watch this space. As a precursor, download our latest whitepaper on Healthcare Data Management.
Next, and probably the highlight that I am most excited about, we have one of our customers joining us during the conference. With a prominent NOLA presence, Jonathan Stevenson, Director of Analytics at Ochsner Health System, will be in our booth. Jonathan will share the Ochsner analytics vision and accomplishments. Ochnser relied on the Informatica Platform to migrate data from 38 clinical applications into Epic and then designated Informatica as their enterprise integration platform. As they enter the next phase of their analytics journey, the platform plays a key role in enabling business, clinical and IT collaboration with the ability to streamline development and improve confidence through improved data quality.
We are also excited to increase our booth presence this year and with two partners joining us to exhibit their solutions. The first being HighPoint Solutions and the second being announced closer to the show. Together we will demonstrate joint offerings and examples of innovations in healthcare.
HIMSS would not be complete without social events. One in particular that I want to mention is a meet and greet reception, Monday, March 4th 6:00pm-8:00pm; we are co-sponsoring with dbMotion. If you’d like to attend, contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org. If you can’t meet us at our booth, please let us know and we’ll be happy to arrange a separate time to meet.
Watch this Ochnsner YouTube video and then stop by booth 5005 and learn how Informatica can help you to unlock the potential of your data. Stop by to find out how you can win daily cash prize giveaways.
As always, please feel free to post comments or questions.
The world has gone mobile. Among consumers, the younger generation has grown up connecting via mobile devices rather than computers. In some developing countries, entire societies have skipped over computers directly to their smartphones to connect and interact. More and more enterprises are providing their workforce with mobile devices, or enabling “bring your own device”.
And mobile devices are just a tip of the machine-generated data iceberg. We are experiencing geometric growth in data being generated by machines and devices, ranging from mobile phones and tablets to smart meters to RFID tags to equipment sensors. There are billions of machines creating deluges of real-time data. And most traditional IT systems are simply not equipped to handle this type of big data. (more…)
In this video, Richard Cramer, chief healthcare strategist, and Scott Fingerhut, senior director, product marketing, CEP, Informatica, discuss healthcare and CEP (Complex Event Processing).
Richard and Scott cover the following topics:
- What is CEP;
- How CEP pertains to healthcare;
- How CEP differs from data warehouse analytics;
- What some of the applications of CEP are in the healthcare environment; and,
- Where the opportunities are for companies who have already invested heavily in meaningful use and EHRs.
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In this video, Richard Cramer, chief healthcare strategist, Informatica, talks about the opportunities for healthcare organizations to move data forward. He touches on relationship analytics, master data management (MDM), data quality and Complex Event Processing (CEP). He specifically answers the following questions:
- What are some of the major opportunities for healthcare organizations to move data forward?
- What technology is most poised to deliver benefits to healthcare organizations today?
- How can Informatica help healthcare organizations in their quest to deliver proactive medicine?
In the second of two videos, Scott Fingerhut, senior director of product marketing for CEP at Informatica, talks about how Complex Event Processing (CEP) can be applied: proactive monitoring, proactive compliance and customer engagement.
Learn more about CEP in Scott’s first video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUmveP07Ea8.
In the first of two videos, Scott Fingerhut, senior director of product marketing for CEP at Informatica, simplifies CEP: Complex Event Processing. In this video, he highlights the importance of being proactive. He also talks about how CEP can be applied: proactive monitoring, proactive compliance and customer engagement.
One person’s “real-time” is another person’s “fast enough”. (Or is it vice versa?) I’ve been in the Complex Event Processing (CEP) space for almost five years, and nothing gets this industry more spun up than heated discussions about “feeds and speeds” - the fastest products, the lowest latencies, the greatest event volumes, the most events per second and so on. (more…)