March 17th, 2015
If you’re attending the HIMSS15 Annual Conference and Exhibition in Chicago from April 12-16, be sure to stop by the Dell Booth (#955), where you’ll also be able to speak with a Dell Boomi expert. You can learn more about Dell Boomi AtomSphere integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS), as well as our Master Data Management (MDM) solutions.
With a wide variety of systems used by healthcare and life sciences organizations today, Dell Boomi is the ultimate interoperability solution, balancing regulatory compliance and industry standards.
November 21st, 2014
With massive amounts of data streaming in from the provider, payer and patient level, today’s healthcare system is grappling with the challenges of making healthcare data available when and where it’s needed. Earlier this month at Dell World 2014, Deloitte, Dell and Salesforce discussed trends, and a transformative vision for a connected healthcare system that improves efficiency as well as patient outcomes—and how Dell Boomi plays a key integration role.
Watch a replay of this Dell World 2014 session on YouTube:
Among the topics they covered in the session:
- Connected devices enable patient CRM: The three companies previewed a connected devices solution that uses Salesforce for patient CRM.
November 7th, 2014
This week at Dell World, Dell and Deloitte announced a set of solutions as part of a strategic go-to-market relationship that has implications for cloud computing—with Dell Boomi as the integration platform.
Deloitte and Dell’s strategy focuses on solving two specific technology challenges:
- helping companies better manage, scale and secure their IT infrastructure
- delivering improved patient outcomes in healthcare through technology and automation.
Among the future-ready infrastructure, software and services that are part of this relationship is CloudMix, which now offers Dell Boomi AtomSphere integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) integration capabilities.
October 24th, 2014
In the wake of mergers and acquisitions, as well as today’s emphasis on value-based care, healthcare and life sciences organizations need access to patient data from many disparate systems. The result? A hybrid IT environment—composed of any combination of legacy, cloud and on-premises systems.
But that’s not the only challenge healthcare and life sciences organizations face. Whether we’re talking about payers (health insurers, Medicare, pharmacy benefits management), providers (hospitals, clinics), or life sciences companies (pharmaceutical companies, contract research organizations, labs), these organizations must:
- Balance tremendous cost pressures while working within and among a wide array of systems.
February 26th, 2014
This week, we had the pleasure for the first time to be a part of Dell’s significant presence at the annual conference of the Healthcare Information Management and Systems Society (HIMSS) in Orlando, Florida. It gave us a valuable opportunity to talk to health IT professionals about our integration capabilities, and our dedication to interoperability in health IT.
In the U.S., healthcare seems to remain at a perpetual crossroads, as wave after wave of change continues to hit the industry.
September 19th, 2013
How do cloud and middleware mix? For Novartis, what appeared initially as a challenge to overcome proved instead to be pretty compelling features of the platform.
July 23rd, 2013
Chris McNabb, General Manager of Dell Boomi, was interviewed at Cloud Slam 2013 last month. He explained the significance of integration and Boomi in a healthcare market looking to cloud to help meet its new mandates for Collaborative Care, Patient Portability, clinical data, and health information and insurance exchanges.
June 20th, 2013
In the end, it’s about choice. To continue to freely choose where and how you run and deliver applications and maintain your own particular security and compliance scheme, you need an integration scheme that doesn’t require you to change your application architecture. As explained by Tom Barton, head of integration services at Novartis, at the Cloud Slam conference this week.
May 24th, 2013
Tom Barton, Head of
Integration Services and Global Enterprise Architect, presented an “End-User Case Study: Using iPaaS to
Expand Integration Capabilities—Lowering Costs and Complexity Through
Retirement and Consolidation.” at Gartner’s Application, Architecture,
Development and Integration (AADI) conference last week in London. Here’s a
In 2012, Tom Barton was looking for a remedy. The enterprise
middleware solutions in place were not meeting the organization’s integration
April 29th, 2013
Novartis Uses Dell Boomi iPaaS to Phase out Integration Middleware and Expand Integration Capabilities, While Reducing Costs and Complexity
At Dell Boomi, we think integration Platform-as-a-Service
(iPaaS) has the power and capabilities to help customers reduce their
dependence on legacy middleware and benefit substantially through lowered operational
costs and drastically reduced complexity.
As an example, in 2012, Novartis did a strategic evaluation
of their middleware strategy which consisted of two traditional, full-featured,
on-premise solutions supporting over 140 active integrations. Both were proving
slow and expensive to develop and maintain, and the team was spending time and
resources on upgrades and maintenance rather than business value.