FOR VITAL DATA VITAL CARE
With Electronic Health Records, you have more data to manage than ever. All that data can improve care and lower costs by providing deep insight through analytics. You just need the proper patient data management technologies in place to use it to your — and your patients’ — advantage.
78% of office-based physicians use some type of EHR system, up from a mere 18% in 2001.1
WE GET IT.
THE PEOPLE Our healthcare-specific account managers are on
top of ever-changing government regulations and are supported by engineers and specialists with industry-leading certification in data center optimization.
70% of the most profitable companies will manage their business processes using real-time predictive analytics or extreme collaboration.2
Healthcare data is estimated to grow to 25,000 petabytes by 2020. Tat’s enough to fill 500 billion filing cabinets.3
WE DESIGN IT. WE CONFIGURE IT. WE IMPLEMENT IT. WE SECURE IT. With expertise in healthcare, data centers, storage and security, CDW can help you create a patient data management solution that outpaces the influx of data your organization faces.
THE PARTNERS We have a range of partnerships with leading
vendors. This allows us to take an in-depth approach and bring you the right solution for your organization’s needs.
THE PLAN From assessment to implementation, we’ll
help ensure your storage and data management solution can analyze critical population health management data and meet future requirements.
Learn more about CDW’s patient data management solution at CDW.com/CommunIT
1National Center for Health Statistics, Use and Characteristics of Electronic Health Record Systems Among Office-based Physician Practices: United States, 2001-2013, January 2014 2Gartner, Business Process Management Summit 2013, February 2013
IDC, Bigger Data for Better Healthcare, September 2013 ©2014 CDW LLC. CDW®
, CDW•G® and PEOPLE WHO GET IT™ are trademarks of CDW, LLC.
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