Data-driven healthcare transformation at Commvault GO
This October, we’re off to Commvault GO – a conference and exhibition centred on data, how organisations can best understand it, manage and move it, and harness it to drive true transformation.
The event runs from October 9th to 11th in Nashville, Tennessee, and features a host of inspiring speakers. These include senior personnel from Commvault itself, Bill Nye, CEO of The Planetary Society, Jillian Coffin, VP and Group Publisher at TechTarget, and senior representatives of businesses including AstraZeneca, TiVo and Maersk.
This diversity in speakers underlines how the challenges and opportunity of data management and analysis apply across all industries and organisations of any scale and scope. For Wellbeing, of course, the focus has always been the healthcare sector. We are attending Commvault GO to share our connected healthcare vision, and to show attendees how a data-driven and digital approach can dramatically increase efficiencies, enhance decision-making and improve patient care.
What is our Healthcare: Connected vision?
At Wellbeing Software, we believe in a joined-up approach to healthcare IT. World-leading healthcare services like the NHS are made up of a wide range of smaller organisations, from separate NHS Trusts down to individual services like GP surgeries, clinics and hospital departments. This is essential for a personal approach to patient care, and to ensure that each element is staffed by true experts.
However, patients typically move between many different services over the course of their lives, and very often over the course of a particular illness or incident. Each time they move between those services – and back again – the information pertaining to their treatment needs to transition too. And that information is dynamic; it is continually added to and amended as different treatments take place and different diagnoses and decisions are made.
In short, whilst experienced professionals are the bedrock of healthcare services, they in turn rely on having relevant patient information at their fingertips – and that information may be subject to extremely rapid change as different teams participate in a particular patient’s care.
Our vision is to consolidate and centralise these data sources, so that all healthcare professionals have access to the same dynamic information pertaining to each individual patient. This drives collaboration and visibility, enables faster and better-informed decisions – and dramatically cuts down on cumbersome and error-prone manual processes. All of our solutions, from our Radiology Information System to our Maternity Information System, are working together towards this vision.
Sectors learning from each other
At Commvault GO we will be meeting a range of attendees to discuss how their organisations can unlock the power of existing data simply by digitising and consolidating it for all stakeholders to access. Information does not need to be newly-generated to be valuable; often, it simply needs to be made available to the right person at the right time and in the right format. A centralised source of radiology images, for example, can mean that a greater range of diagnostic staff can view a patient’s scans than via manual processes, and more expertise can feed into a single decision. Likewise, a centralised source of patient notes and appointments relating to a particular pregnancy can mean that all stakeholders have an absolutely clear understanding of the birth plan, even if it happens unexpectedly early.
We were thrilled to be attending Commvault GO and look forward to meeting other organisations doing exciting work in the field of data management!
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