The more money you invest in IT, the greater the return you want on your investment. Estimates from IDC show that worldwide healthcare IT spending will rise from $115 billion this year to $135.7 billion by 2019. That means you and your counterparts are increasing your investment in areas like patch management software, remote administration tools and systems management, and probably expecting more and more value from it.
We’ve put together a paper called Realizing the Return on Healthcare IT Investment to highlight the way that comprehensive systems management maximizes the value of healthcare IT. It turns out that investment isn’t the only thing increasing from year to year; complexity is increasing as well, for several reasons.
Complexity in Healthcare IT
That’s why we emphasize the value of comprehensive systems management in healthcare IT, extending to patch management, physical inventory, system auditing, vulnerability scanning and configuration management.
It’s also a big part of fulfillling HIPAA requirements. Being able to see, update and account for all of the hardware and software in your organization is a long step on the path to compliance.
The Dell KACE K1000 Systems Management Appliance and the Dell KACE K2000 Systems Deployment Appliance help healthcare IT teams cut through complexity and maximize the return on their investments in IT. Have a look at our paper, Realizing the Return on Healthcare IT Investment, to gauge the fit with your healthcare environment.
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A ten-year Dell veteran, Chris has had experience in various marketing roles within the organization. He is currently a Senior Product Marketing Manager.
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I wish we had more education white papers
Would like to see something similar for Local Government, as we have a lot of the same goals, just sometimes a different path we have to take, so it would be good to get a view on that.