Using the Cloud to Transform the Healthcare Data Center
CISA Associate CIO and VP of IT Operations
John Muir Health
Mr. Hudson has over twenty-five (25) years of information systems experience of which more than 20 years have been focused in the provider healthcare industry. He currently serves as the IT Operational leader responsible for John Muir Health in Walnut Creek, CA. His team is responsible for supporting all application functions, including Epic, technical infrastructure, and ITSM for two hospitals, a behavioral health hospital, urgent cares, physician practices and a large Community Connect install.
Sponsored by: Insight
With more than 1,200 IT consultants, technical architects and service professionals, Insight will assist at every stage of healthcare IT – from purchasing to implementation and support. We have extensive experience with HIPAA and HITECH compliance. Insight also helps design user-friendly applications with the functionality needed to provide better patient care. www.insight.com
April 25th, 2018 1:00PM ET
Healthcare organizations want out of the data center business in order to focus their attention on innovative uses of clinical and non-clinical information. The costs of maintaining hardware and software requires skilled personnel and repeated capital expenditures to keep up with the data demands of increasingly complex healthcare environments. The cloud provides a means for reducing the IT footprint within a given health system, hospital, or physician practice while at the same time opening the door to delivering data and applications to end users more efficiently and effectively.
At John Muir Health System in northern California, VP of IT Operations & ACIO Bill Hudson has overseen the organization’s multiyear move into the healthcare cloud to help reduce the health system’s legacy hardware and software. In this presentation, Hudson will detail the organization’s approach to data center transformation using the cloud.
Identifying business cases for healthcare cloud computing
Choosing appropriate cloud service models
Negotiating cloud service agreements
Implementing and managing a healthcare cloud environment
This webcast is approved for up to 1.0 continuing education (CE) hours for use in fulfilling the continuing education requirements of the Certified Professional in Healthcare Information & Management Systems (CPHIMS) and the Certified Associate in Healthcare Information & Management Systems (CAHIMS).