Mergers and acquisitions are a large part of the healthcare industry today. Huge initial expenses are often necessary to meet “Business Case” requirements. Often, budget overruns occur when systems and data migration is done manually and detailed planning is an afterthought to the merger.
Chief Automation Officer and EVP, Dheeraj Misra, and Senior Vice President of Delivery, Donna Posnack-Haber, discuss challenges in the fintech world, data centers and more.
GalaxE’s Chief Automation Officer and EVP, Dheeraj Misra, and VP Business of Development, Tore Carlson, discuss mergers and acquisitions, pairing up of health plans and PBMs and more.
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In order to be truly effective, DevOps relies on Continuous Delivery (CD), which, in turn, requires Continuous Integration (CI). The release of incremental software changes needs not only automated release mechanisms, but also testing, code quality, security and privacy controls, and validation steps.
In the ever-evolving world of IT and business, the ability to move rapidly and efficiently toward competitive differentiation while keeping up with or ahead of the pace of change drives a continuing need for IT transformation.
GalaxE’s DevOps, CI/CD, and Agile Engineering enablement tools GxMaps™, GxDash™ and GxQuality™ and are a natural progression from QA automation that, once integrated, enhance redundancy, diversity, reliability, and fault tolerance that these tools already offer at the highest of levels.
Amazon wants in on the prescription drug market. It’s already a major provider of over-the-counter medicines, so it should come as no surprise to anyone that prescription medicines are next on the company’s radar.
Despite stringent monitoring by the healthcare industry, including governmental agencies, the longtime problem of medication errors continues to exist. Technology can and should be utilized to provide a “checks and balances” system for catching human error and foolproof methodologies for managing medications.