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.
President and COO, Sandipan Gangopadhyay, and Director of Delivery, Anusha Panduga, speak on the current and upcoming technologies that will significantly change healthcare.
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.
DevOps, CI/CD, and Agile delivery are the focus of many operations group. Viewing and understanding the tiers of maturity diagram can help an organization benchmark its current maturity level.
DevOps is a software engineering practice that unifies product development (dev) and operations (ops). It can create more frequent releases with shorter development cycles that result in more reliable products that aligns with your business objectives.
GalaxE has developed a method that allows true agility in this type of regulated environment. In this white paper, we will examine GalaxE’s approach to DevOps and why GxDash™ and GxMaps™ are such important tools for the healthcare industry and other highly regulated businesses.
Implementation of Blockchain for EMR, with the goal of providing a consolidated 360 degree view we revolutionize the industry by integrating information available at various points of care. By treating all data sources from various organizations as blocks in the chain, on demand availability, and AI predictions can become the new way of providing effective healthcare.
Healthcare providers need to focus on lowering cost, increasing personalized and timely attention to patients, and alignment with the next generation of patients and around the clock availability. By leveraging voice technologies, which will soon be a mainstay in homes around the globe, providers are easily available to patients and can provide the level of personal care the next generation demands.
With the introduction of new players in the industry such as large wholesalers and online providers driving massive change and desire for transparency, PBMs face a real challenge in the reinvention and maintenance of their value proposition towards the betterment of patients’ health and wellness.