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The future of healthcare: HPE OEM solutions empower patients and clinicians worldwide

The global healthcare industry is advancing by leaps and bounds. Several technological innovations have helped the industry undergo massive changes, thereby enhancing clinical collaboration and improving patients' experiences. At a time when healthcare is changing so drastically, strong global partnerships between HPE OEM solutions and medical device manufacturers are poised to make a significant contribution that will impact the healthcare industry over the coming years.

Today, the HPE OEM business is working hand in hand with some of the world's largest healthcare brands, making Healthcare IT more simplified for the caregivers, so that they can focus on what they do best - caring for people.  HPE’s successful OEM program aims to enable high-quality care, lower costs, and promote healthy populations of engaged citizens, thereby improving health and community wellbeing through technology and health information that is accessible. 


  • The future of healthcare: HPE OEM solutions empowering patients

HPE has transformed outpatient care and digitally empowered patients to manage their own conditions. But what's next? How will digital empowerment grow a few years from now? Here's a video that answers it all:



  • The Future of Healthcare: HPE enables digital healthcare communities

Today, an increase in volume, variety and velocity of diagnostic data has left the healthcare industry facing an information tsunami. HPE is fixing this problem with Cloud-enabled software defined Hybrid IT infrastructure. It makes things manageable again through adaptability, scalability and intelligence. But Hybrid infrastructure doesn't just fix the problem, it actually harnesses this information tsunami using its power to aid decision making and transform healthcare. Wondering what that might look like? Watch the video below:


  • The future of healthcare data storage: Generations of data

One of the biggest challenges the healthcare industry is facing today is data storage. The HPE OEM solutions partner understands this issue and provides the portfolio to meet these challenges. The video below shows how HPE solves the data storage problem:


  • The future of healthcare: Defining the future of drug discovery

New drug development is a long and costly process. And with today's higher regulatory standards, that productivity is declining, not improving. Below is a video that shows how HPE is developing the technology to help pharmaceutical companies define the future of drug discovery.


HPE aims to provide integrated, cost-effective, patient-centric healthcare to improve operational efficiency, increased clinical outcomes, and promote delivery of health care for the patient. HPE OEM solutions understands the changing needs and trends of healthcare IT, thereby helping healthcare workers focus on the patient and ensuring better outcomes.

Rich Bird
Hewlett Packard Enterprise


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Rich Bird has worked in the IT industry for 20 years with some of the largest commercial brands. For the last 5 years he’s been focused on healthcare IT at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and believes deeply that digital technologies can, will and need to have an impact on the delivery of better healthcare, for people all over the world. Educated in Computer Science at Coventry University, and starting his career as a network engineer for Rolls Royce, he moved into human communications roles in 2006. Rich leads teams in delivering integrated marketing campaigns into National, local and regional Governments in the UK, where Rich found his passion for making the complex concepts of IT, simple and understandable for his audience. During this time he found his true calling, Healthcare, and how digitization can improve real people lives. He created a companywide growth board focusing on the UK NHS, pulling together disparate teams of sales, marketing, solutions architects, chief technologists and the country leadership teams for HP/HPE UK. Rich is a strategic thinker who understands the practical elements that are required to get the job done and deliver real impact. His areas of specialization include Healthcare IT, Marketing, Communications, and NLP.