Healthcare and emergency services providers need to adapt at pace to an unpredictable world. Oracle provides you with the unified cloud infrastructure and connected applications to drive faster innovation, make smarter decisions, and deliver citizen-centric, value-based care.
Cloud-first is the default option for healthcare and emergency services providers. The agile and adaptive Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is pre-built for organisations demanding secure, high performance computing with easy migration of legacy on-premises applications to the cloud.
You need to be ready for what comes next. The agile, connected Oracle Cloud Infrastructure enables healthcare and emergency services providers to pivot at speed and innovate the next generation of services more quickly. Timely, data-driven insights help you deliver improved patient outcomes and more responsive and efficient emergency service.
Data is the foundation to every aspect of your operations. The security-first Oracle Cloud Infrastructure applies rigorous organisational, architectural, and operational security to ensure you meet government compliance, data governance, and regulatory mandates with less risk and at lower cost.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure significantly reduces the cost and complexity of maintaining a legacy on-premises infrastructure. With agility on your side, you also adapt more quickly to tomorrow’s change, liberate resources to focus on innovation, and concentrate on what matters most: delivering exceptional, value-based service to patients and citizens.
Connect and automate critical healthcare processes across finance, HR, and procurement with unified, agile, and adaptive Oracle Cloud Applications. Free resources to focus on innovation, increase productivity, and improve patient/citizen outcomes.
Too often, finance is focused on routine tasks like transaction processing, when it should be a strategic partner to healthcare and emergency services provision. Oracle takes your finance function into the future, automating processing and insights, transforming financial planning and analysis, accelerating the financial close, and improving operational decision-making.
Connect every healthcare and emergency services HR process – including talent management, workforce management, and payroll. Create the experiences your teams expect, using familiar technologies that empower them to do their best work. Help them engage more easily with HR, with self-service innovations such as a voice-based user interface and digital assistants.
Control your healthcare and emergency services supply network with an integrated suite of Oracle Cloud Applications designed to outpace change. Improve clinical inventory visibility to locations, quantities, and history. Automate analysis of consumption history to dynamically calculate clinical inventory, create forecasts, and automate procurement.
Patients and citizens increasingly anticipate connected, personalised experiences. Oracle enables healthcare and emergency services providers to exceed expectations at every touchpoint, balancing relevant, data-driven insights with self-service automation and high-value patient and citizen engagement.
Provide more services to more patients, more cost-effectively. Modern, intuitive services such as video consultations, automated notifications, and artificial intelligence (AI)-based triage support personalised, agile, and transparent patient care. Data-driven insights and AI analysis help emergency services organisations predict demand more easily and respond more effectively in crisis situations.
Gather everything you know about your patients into a single profile to personalise every aspect of their healthcare experience. Deliver tailored healthcare content and communications through an agile asset hub and an intelligent content management platform.
You want your healthcare and emergency services decisions to be informed by data-driven insights. But how do you determine what data is valuable and what’s just noise? Oracle gives you comprehensive business intelligence with embedded machine learning and AI, so you can trust your data to support smarter predictions and better outcomes.
Empower your people to access data from wherever they are, including mobile devices, with Oracle Analytics Cloud. Quickly surface and share the insights that help you transform healthcare productivity, improve the workforce experience, and drive smarter procurement.
Combine disparate clinical and administrative data sources into a common, 360-degree view of every patient. This increased insight allows clinicians to apply analytics and machine learning to identify patients at risk, create a preventative healthcare strategy, and intervene with wellness programs that keep people healthy and out of hospital.
Apply augmented analytics to reinvent the capabilities of traditional emergency services business intelligence. Leverage timely, accurate insights to better plan emergency services responsiveness, pinpoint incident hotspots, manage people resources, and improve operational effectiveness and efficiency.
The new Oracle Dual-Region government cloud is the first and only true sovereign cloud dedicated to UK healthcare and emergency services providers. Designed in collaboration with multiple UK government and defence ministries, the UK Dual-Region goes beyond data protection, delivering the trusted cloud infrastructure you need to accelerate digital change and innovate at the pace of industry.
Accelerating Innovation in Government
The Dual-Region government cloud is aligned to the cloud security principles outlined by the National Cyber Security Centre. The two UK-based data regions are built on a highly resilient network, offering robust disaster recovery capabilities and infrastructure that provides full support for enterprise-grade OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE workloads.
A centralised, security-cleared, UK-based operations team, aligned to the government Secure Remote Support model, ensures expert, rapid issue escalation and resolution, without compromising the integrity of the sovereign model.
The two paired regions are connected via a highly resilient, private high-speed backbone. The operations and network connections are isolated from other commercial worldwide Oracle Cloud regions.
Based on Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture, the Dual-Region government cloud offers disaster recovery and high resilience outside of a single blast zone without any security and compliance degradation.
UK healthcare and emergency services providers can take advantage of the sovereignty and security of the Dual-Region government cloud without incurring additional premiums for infrastructure services. Oracle offers global pricing for all data centres worldwide, whereby all commercial and government cloud infrastructure pricing remains common, low, and predictable.
The Oracle Dual-Region government cloud is available from various sources to streamline procurement, including system integrators and reseller partners, the G-Cloud CCS Framework, and The Memorandum of Understanding.
“Oracle Cloud offered increased security compared to our existing infrastructure. Oracle builds security into the architecture from the bottom up, which reduces concerns of persistent threats and helps protect our workloads.”
“I was really impressed with the Oracle partnership. Being able to interact directly with the Oracle team means we have tech professionals to support us around the clock with any issues. It’s a very positive engagement.”
“We moved to Oracle Cloud two years ago to standardise and simplify processes across the Council. We are now creating a digital network within which emerging local businesses can thrive.”
“We are using data analytics to better understand how our services are delivered, with a focus on continual improvement.”
“One of the reasons for moving to Oracle Cloud was to take out many of the customisations from our on-premise environment. Now, when new hires join the Council, everything is standardised. There are fewer processes to learn so managers and staff can devote more time to supporting residents’ needs.”
“Our ambition is to create a platform to react quickly to disease, which involves the creation of terabytes of imaging data. Using Oracle Cloud, we can distribute the data across multiple processors and get results in a fraction of the time of a traditional on-premise system.”
“Using the Oracle Cloud, we can simulate carbon capture sequestration scenarios, address complex environmental problems, and drive meaningful change in the world.”Royal Holloway, University of London
We previously operated our 20 facilities independently. As part of the transformation, we centralized these into a shared service, allowing us to focus on efficiencies and standardization.Matthew Savard, Director of Analytics, Financial Planning and Analysis Adventist Health
We are committed to reinvesting in our members and all who depend on us. Our transition to Oracle's full-suite cloud is a key achievement in our long-term strategy to digitally transform our business.Tom MacMillan, Chief Information Officer, Emblem Health
Customer data drives everything we do. We are able to reinforce the value of what the consumer bought as well as learn what the customer pain points are, and what to do about it.Allan Byrne, Engagement and Retention Marketing Manager, HBF Health
Oracle is the right partner for us. More importantly, we can simplify the patient experience, improve outcomes, and lower cost of care. We must design for the future.BJ Moore, CIO, Providence St. Joseph Health
Oracle is the only company that provides a comprehensive set of cloud choices – including public cloud, Cloud@Customer, and on-premises – so you can choose the solution that’s right for your organisation.
Oracle offers a wide range of pre-built, cloud-based application services, or software as a service (SaaS), to meet your needs. They enable organisations to automate a variety of functions, including human resources operations, enterprise planning, financial management, supply chain management, and more.
Oracle Platform as a Service (PaaS) supports healthcare providers with Oracle Cloud Database, and Oracle Exadata Cloud Service. It also includes Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE), Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Registry for Docker Containers, digital assistants, and more.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) lets you quickly create and manage full-featured Oracle database systems in the cloud. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure offers single-node DB systems on either bare metal or virtual machines, and 2-node RAC DB systems on virtual machines. Oracle OCI is the only off-premises Government Community Cloud to support Oracle RAC.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) supports healthcare cloud fit for purpose requirements. It provides higher performance with lower total cost of ownership than on-premises and other cloud providers for compute workloads for Oracle Middleware, analytics, application, and general workloads.
Healthcare industries and practices can use this model to shift some or all of their use of on-premises or collocated data centre infrastructure to the cloud, where it is owned and managed by Oracle. These infrastructure elements include compute, network, and storage hardware as well as other components and software.
Oracle fit for purpose application deployment on Oracle OCI includes support for PeopleSoft, Oracle E-Business Suite, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Siebel, and Hyperion. These can be deployed to OCI.
Oracle Analytics Server deployed in OCI Compute brings the modern, industry-leading capabilities of Oracle Analytics Cloud to customers requiring on-premises deployments. Agencies can now leverage augmented analytics with AI/ML capabilities and world-class data discovery capabilities.
Oracle Blockchain Products deployed in OCI Compute allows customers to set up an enhanced Hyperledger Fabric, member-governed blockchain for secure, real-time data sharing, and trusted transactions among business partners. Start developing and deploying smart contract applications in minutes.
Oracle Identity and Access Management can be federated with Oracle Government and UK Cloud Regions.
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