Cost and Performance Improvements Through Digital Transformation

Achieve new capabilities and organizational outcomes

Future-Proof Your Organization 

Responding to end-of-support software systems  

As you confront the need to replace end-of-support operating systems, database servers, mail servers and others, don't replicate the computer system of ten years ago. Instead, create a foundation for the next ten or twenty years ago. Not only will be be ready for what comes next, you will also be better suited to face the challenges you face today. Your team will be more satisfied and more productive while your protected information will be more secure. You will also be positioned to enhance patient experiences, and if you adopt new care-delivery strategies such as telemedicine, or add service lines or open a new location, the path forwared will be much less complicated. And, in the future when the next "end of support" scenario occurs, the process of dealing with it will be simple enough that it won't even merit a discussion.

Networks of Today: Not Sufficient for Tomorrow

What's needed: A new network approach for the next 20 years

While the network approach for the past 20 years was built to meet the needs of specific infrastructure environments - data centers, campus and branches, what's needed for the future is a new network apporach designed to be flexible and programmable, designed to run everywhere that applications and data reside. VMware offers such an environment delivered by NSX.It is the vision of VMware for the future of networking to empower organizations to connect and secure applications and data regardless of their location. It offers next generation services, increasingly adopted across IT, to provide the digital fabric that helps unify our hyper-connedted world. It is the model for the digital era providing consistent networking and security for the data center, cloud, and edge.

Changing Landscape

Device management is changing

Legacy PC lifecycle managment and Windows OS management is complex, costly, and restrictive. Device management, an on-premises activity, is only possible for network/domain joined PCs and is infrequent for major OS updates. With the introduction of Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019, Microsoft is offering IT organizations a fundamentally different approach to manage their OSs from the cloud. The new model is expected to drastically simplify the process of device enrollment and provisioning on any network and across device ownership use cases such as organizationaly owned, BYOD, and organizationaly-owned personally enabled.

Shift to a Technology as a Service, cloud-first model

Based on organizational needs, a technology-as-a service, cloud-first model offers benefits to healthcare organizations in terms of simplifying rollouts, centralizing management, and implementing scalability.
  • It shifts the expense structure to from CapEx to OpEx. This gives the organization better control over costs and the flexability to adapt to changing requirements
  • It offers equal flexibility to Service Line departments that currently bypass IT to implement new solutions.


In a digital world, IT must be responsive to two key stakeholders: the organization and the modern workforce. The organization demands new tools that are responsive to the changing healthcare delivery environment and to stay ahead of competition. Agility is the key requirement of the organization and therefore, they must have the capability to adopt cloud-based solutions. The modern workforce is trained by consumer experiences to adopt the latest app or service that is in demand. They extensively use consumer apps and prefer choosing them from public app stores.

User identity becomes the perimeter

In a consumerized enterprise IT environment, users access organizational data from devices that may or may not be owned by the organization and connect to these devices outside of the network domain. In such cases, user identity becomes the new perimeter. For this IT should set up granular and contextual access policies tht will allow the right people to access the right information. All of this should be implemented without compromising on user experience.

Central management to automation to intelligence

The first step to protect apps and data is automation. Automated remediation should be the standard practice in healthcare organizations. However, since many devices operate off the grid from domain-based tools, it is not possible to ensure compliance all the time. Cloud-based and Mobile Device Managment (MDM)-centric tools extend beyond the domain to enforce rules. Despite the efforts to write complex logic-based rules, it becomes difficult to protect all exceptions. Therefore, intelligence is the next necessary step to protect apps and data. Innovative predictive analytics not only feeds remediation, but also proactively identifies users or devices at risk and mitigates these risks while maintaining productivity for employees.

A Digital IT Platform Facilitates Healthcare Transformation

Achieve the capabilities needed to transform your organization into a healthcare delivery provider for the future:

  • Improved access to patient care. Retail clinics, telehealth, home monitoring, and other mobile and "virtual healthcare options show promise for improving the wellness of communities.
  • Reduced cost and complexity. Healthcare organizations are looking to reduce ongoing IT costs and increase agility, particularly in the face of budget and funding uncertainties.
  • Anytime/anywhere access to patient information. Remote and multi-channel access to patient information across Windows, mobile,and Web applications is supporting new healthcare business models.
  • Stronger information security. While digital technology ushers in new and more sophisticated cyber threats, it has also created a groundswell of new cybersecurity investions to strengthen defenses so protected health information (PHI) and other sensitive data stays secure.
  • Better insights to drive decision-making. Healthcare services and hospital operations are beginning to make more and better use of big data analytics and IoT technologies to improve the quality of patient services and business decisions driving superior results. Intersect's VMware solutions empower healthcare organizations to deliver next-generation patient-centric care. Through a software-defined healthcare IT platform, VMware enables healthcare organizations to modernize and protect the critical IT infrastructure that is at the heart of value-based patient care while mobilizing providers with always-on access to patient information - for the right device for the right task at the right time. From the data center to the point of care, VMware is helping to transform the cost, quality and delivery of patient care.
BeTomorrow Ready

From Where You Are To Where You Need To Be

Rather than investing scarce financial resources in replacing computer technology having operating sytems that are no longer supported, seize the opportunity to secure the future by beginning the transition to a leading-edge information technology infrastructure. You will not only solve your immediate need for supported IT systems, but better-position the organization for the future.

Every component you add will improve the performance and efficiency of your operation while moving your closer and closer to where you need to be. The unprecedented freedom and flexablity will enable you to transition your organization for long-term success. Let's discuss a future path for your organization. We can help you to get where you need to be. Don't wait.