Pioneering healthcare providers look to Azure Stack by CloudCreator for digital shot in the arm.
Digital technology and customer expectations of personalisation and immediacy have changed the dynamics between patients and healthcare providers.
Pioneering healthcare providers are charting this new territory, using cloud technologies to modernise infrastructure and digitise services to empower their patients.
But getting there isn’t easy, asking technology experts and healthcare providers to link arms and step carefully into the new digital frontier.
On this front, HiNZ Conference 2018, in association with NZHIT, promises to shed new light on the latest developments in digital health.
Join conference Gold sponsor Revera at this year’s premier digital-themed health event, Wednesday 21-23 November, TSB Arena and Shed 6, Wellington.
Get the latest insights from local and international experts, chat to Revera’s digital health experts, and learn how we’re helping a growing list of healthcare clients shift to the cloud, including iMoko, Ministry of Health, Homecare Medical, Waikato DHB, and Western Bay of Plenty PHO.
Here’s a glimpse of our latest work in the health sector.
Digital health provider iMOKO lifts-off on Azure Stack by CloudCreator
-- Azure Stack by CloudCreator helps iMoko keep pace with tens-of-thousands of new patients in the pipeline. Watch video >>
Virtual reality delivers antidote to isolation
-- Not-for-profit Patience Project live streams VR experiences to teenagers diagnosed with a long-term illness. Read case study >>
Azure Stack by CloudCreator ticks boxes for Webtools health app
-- Software and IOT solutions developer Webtools stays local for public cloud functions and flexibility. Read case study >>
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