Healthcare and Machine Data—What’s Not to Love?
It’s February, the designated month of love, so I thought it fitting to share the Splunk slogan I love the most: “I like big data, and I cannot lie.” And I’m not the only one—healthcare organizations around the world are loving how big data, especially machine data, is helping them to improve their systems.
The healthcare industry has tons of machine data, not only from their infrastructure and applications, but also from sources like EHRs and connected medical devices. Now they can leverage this data to achieve unique insights that can help standardize infrastructure, improve diagnostics, meet regulations and even tailor medical care. Here’s some real world examples:
- Myriad Genetics collects biologic samples from doctors all around the
Women in Technology: Have a blast — do what you love in tech
When we recently kicked off our Women in Technology (#SplunkWiT) Q&A blog post series I knew that Cardinal Health’s Patty Morrison would be an exceptional woman to feature. We value her, both as a customer and as a member of Splunk’s board of directors. I’m grateful that Morrison took time to share some of what she has learned in her career dedicated to using technology to solve business problems.
Tell us about your role at Cardinal Health.
I’m executive vice president for customer support services and chief information officer (CIO). I have responsibility for our primary customer service, customer administration functions for our medical and pharmaceutical businesses and global IT.
What was your path to where you are …
Splunk at Cardinal Health: Business Innovation Behind the Healthcare Supply Chain
The healthcare supply chain consists of multiple independent agents that include hospitals, doctors and many other stakeholders. The continued shift from volume-based reimbursement to value-based care is bringing the importance on the supply chain to the forefront.
Backed by nearly 100 years of experience, Cardinal Health connects patients, providers, payers, pharmacists and manufacturers for integrated care coordination and better patient management. Cardinal Health is an essential link in the healthcare innovation supply chain, supporting partners with more than 37,000 employees in nearly 60 countries worldwide.
For more than three years, Cardinal Health has trusted Splunk Enterprise to help ensure operational performance across its mission-critical e-commerce platform that customers depend on for health service and product purchases.
Splunk is excited to …