Discussing the results of a recent CIO survey in Australia on the role of cloud in healthcare, what is influencing its evolution and the challenges that it faces.
As healthcare facilities progress in their journey to improve process and productivity, their strategy around digitisation rapidly extends beyond the application stack which stores and processes data. Along with applications themselves, are the issues of how those applications are provisioned, optimised and managed, the role of the data centre sits at the heart of this capability and fundamentally crafts the experience the user and the IT team will have with the application. Data centres have undergone a fundamental transformation with the evolution of cloud technologies, both public and private.
This webinar will talk to the results of a recent CIO survey in Australia on the role of cloud in healthcare, what is influencing its evolution and the challenges that it faces.
Brad Davies, Managing Director, Vector Consulting
The founder and Principal of Vector Consulting has a deep understanding of the impact of technology on education. Brad’s work has included development of public policy, university strategy and advice to corporates on the education sector. Much of Brad’s work has focused on the impact of technology on teaching and learning, research and campus administration. Brad co-designs and facilitates the annual Cisco higher education study tour which explores how some of the most progressive institutions globally are leveraging technology. Brad has a background in market research and is widely respected for his views on a broad range of technologies.
Brendan Lovelock Health Practice Lead, Cisco ANZ
Brendan Lovelock is the Health Industry Practice Lead for Cisco Australia. In this role, Brendan is responsible for developing transformative information technology solutions and services facilitating the delivery of safe, affordable and accessible healthcare. The focus is to drive quality and performance through improved utilisation of healthcare resources across the whole care provider ecosystem. Brendan has an extensive background in business management and technology commercialisation, having held senior executive positions with Telstra and Eastman Kodak, both in Australia and internationally. He has also managed a number of smaller Australian software and consulting organisations, delivering reporting and business management systems into the telecommunications and technology services markets. Brendan has chaired numerous conferences and symposia on healthcare systems design and has published on that subject. He currently leads the Digital Hospital Design group at the Health Informatics Society of Australia and The Foundry, an industry collaborative to bring technology developers and solution designers together with clinicians and healthcare managers.
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