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HPE OEM in Healthcare – Automating the Quality of Patient Care


How HPE OEM helps create a healthier world

In a nurse or clinician’s typical day, 2-3 hours of an 8-hour shift can be spent filling out documentation. That’s a lot of time spent on paperwork instead of patient care! In healthcare, there's a tremendous opportunity to automate the collection of information and the quality of patient care. The HPE OEM Solutions program helps healthcare technology innovators leverage enterprise intelligence on the Internet of Things and hybrid cloud infrastructure to do that in an automated and accountable way. From the lab to the clinic to the operating room, healthcare and life sciences (HCLS) customers require innovative technology that few OEMs deliver. 

Healthcare Needs Healing

Fracturing under multiple stresses, the healthcare industry is becoming increasingly dysfunctional. As global health challenges soar, running on legacy IT systems and standard treatment protocols will not suffice to meet mounting global health challenges. Stakeholders need to conduct an honest assessment of where they stand with digitization to ensure their organizations, and their patients, aren’t left behind.

At the same time, there’s a growing disconnect among providers, patients, and private and public players, with all these segments forced to navigate a frustrating maze of administrative systems, obsolete technology and regulations that slow down payments and potentially hinders care. However, many of the challenges affecting healthcare worldwide are triggering the very transformation it needs. From the operating room to the back office, a mix of forces is converging to address the multiple issues facing the industry; and it’s redefining every aspect of how we care for ourselves in sickness and in health.

The healthcare market right now has an explosion in data. The digitization of patient records combined with increasingly high-definition imaging creates huge amounts of information. The capacity required to store medical images increases dramatically, as the demand for accessing, sharing and protecting these images. To further complicate matters, today’s medical archiving systems are inefficient and lack scalability and interoperability.

Modern-day healthcare systems need to embrace the life-changing promise of digitization

The Healthcare industry has undergone significant change in the way that patient information is gathered, stored and retrieved. Newer healthcare IT solutions enable the industry to leverage technology and manage data resulting in cost and time savings while increasing the overall quality of care provided and better patient outcomes. HPE OEM Solutions understands the changing needs and trends of healthcare IT having partnered with OEMs and customers in this critical industry for decades. HPE’s integrated solutions available to the healthcare industry support numerous software, medical device, and scientific instrument providers.

Success Stories of HPE OEM Healthcare Partners

Philips Healthcare

Philips Healthcare manages 20 petabytes of data, more than 800 million clinical studies in 31 countries and thousands of data centers, which provides a level of information that could be the difference between life and death. Philips partnered with HPE OEM to move to a hybrid cloud infrastructure to put IT at the heart of its business.  By engaging with HPE OEM, Philips Healthcare benefits through:

  • Increased agility and flexibility
  • Faster demand fulfilment
  • Faster go to market
  • Consumption-based charge
  • Reduced risk
  • Improved customer experience
  • Enhanced employee experience

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Matt Quirk
Hewlett Packard Enterprise


Matt Quirk
About the Author


With a passion for innovation and technology, I am lucky enough to work within high-growth opportunities across multiple industries including manufacturing, healthcare, energy, media and entertainment and security - with technology innovations that are advancing the way people live and work such as AI, autonomous everything and 5G.