Webinar: Meet Your Mobility and Security Needs

Healthcare IT departments are faced with increasing challenges related to securing end-user devices and the data contained on them. The need for clinical mobility is continuing to drive adoption of mobile devices like smartphones, tablets, and increasingly 2 in 1’s within healthcare systems. This change is set against a backdrop of increasing volume and sophistication in hacker attacks on healthcare information systems.

Establishing a mobility strategy that is flexible enough to meet a variety of end-user needs, support enterprise growth, and protect against external hacking efforts requires rethinking current strategies and capabilities. On October 11, please join representatives from Intel, Dell, and VMware as they talk about new technologies and solutions intended to help healthcare systems meet their mobility and security needs. Hanover Healthcare will be on the call to talk about their learnings in implementing some of these technologies and the impact that they have had. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions from the panel experts and share best practices.

This HIMSS Media event is available for registration now. I hope you join us for what is sure to be an informative discussion. Register today.

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Andrew Bartley

About Andrew Bartley

Senior Solutions Architect for the Health & Life Sciences Group at Intel Corporation. Work with providers, payers, life science organizations, and government agencies around the world as a trusted adviser on the development and implementation of leading-edge collaborative care and distributed care solutions. Leverage the latest mobile business client (2-in-1's, tablets, smartphones), Internet of Things, and wearable technologies to deliver superior patient experiences that achieve critical cost, quality, and access goals. Collaborate closely with Intel business and product development teams along with industry partners to define and evangelize standardized architectures that incorporate security best practices and enable the latest data analytics techniques. Regular speaker on the topics of innovation in healthcare and entrepreneurship. Contribute to thought leadership on these topics through the Intel Health & Life Sciences online community. Specialties: Healthcare solution architecture, connected care, medical devices, IoT, wearables, predictive analytics, product and project management, mobile application development, customer journey design, business development, strategic finance, agile software development, lean, SOA, UX, web services, big data solutions, system architecture