Healthcare organizations need to get information technology right. Regulatory requirements are strict, and the availability of information has a big effect on patient outcomes. The patient, not the paperwork, has to come first. This means spending less time on the details of IT, so there's more time for patients.
Information comes from many sources with different formats. Putting it all together to get a complete picture of the patient's status is vital. At the same time, HIPAA and other regulations require strict privacy and security.
A top priority is avoiding improper disclosure of protected health information (PHI). Genisys Group's security experts will recommend methods of protection that work reliably without impeding legitimate use. Encryption and strong authorization methods will frustrate data thieves and prevent accidental loss.
Ransomware is the nightmare of every healthcare organization. Backup and disaster recovery systems will get locked information back without having to pay criminals.
Healthcare organizations need to pay close attention to regulations when storing and moving patient data. Breaches due to non-compliance lead to huge fines. New OCR rulings affect how you need to implement the rules. Genisys Group will help your organization to choose services and practices that meet all regulatory requirements.
Having thorough information about the patient is good. Having to devote all your time to managing the information isn't. Genisys Group will recommend solutions that give you better access to patient information while spending less time at the computer. Diagnoses, test results, and histories come from many different sources. Bringing them all together in a consistent way gives medical professionals a quick, complete understanding of the patient's status and needs.
The goal of healthcare is the best outcome for the patient. Professionals want the technology to do their job well, without unnecessary complications. Genisys Group will help your organization make that happen.
At SC19 in Denver, Microsoft demonstrated its new HPC Azure hardware based on NVIDIA and Graphcore accelerators. The new Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines are part of the Open Compute Project (OCP), a leading-edge open hardware development model that promotes possibilities for global data center deployment in the cloud. The platform is called Open CloudServer (previously, Project Olympus). All design specifications are open-source and standardized, which allows IT and data center operators to adjust community-developed innovation and scale proven hardware designs for their organizations’ specific purposes.
The 54th TOP500 list of the world’s fastest supercomputers was published on November 18th, 2019 in Denver, CO. The aggregate performance of 500 systems, based on the High-Performance Linpack (HPL) benchmark, continues to grow and currently stands at 1.65 exaflops. The threshold for entering the list has increased to 1.14 petaflops compared to 1.02 petaflops in the previous list in June 2019. Interestingly, the top of the list remains largely unchanged. In particular, the top ten remains the same as in the previous list.
Graphcore, the AI chip startup, has announced that it’s expanding collaboration with Microsoft to implement its intelligent processing units (IPUs) on Microsoft Azure cloud. This innovation will make Microsoft the first public cloud service provider that offers IPU for machine learning workloads. According to the partners’ reports, the testing of a sample server, equipped with eight Graphcore C2 IPU-processor PCIe cards, showed impressive results.
Gartner, the world’s leading research and advisory company, forecasts that the global public cloud services market will continue to grow exponentially in the coming years, as enterprises increasingly transition to the cloud to achieve their desired digital business outcomes. “Building, implementing and maturing cloud strategies will continue to be a top priority for years to come,” says Sid Nag, research vice president at Gartner. This is no wonder at all - cloud services are capable of providing the speed and agility required for modern digital business processes. Moreover, moving a business to the cloud can lead to cost savings and even generate new sources of revenue.