San Francisco, CA
May 15-16, 2017
VP and CTO, Global Healthcare Solutions
Pure Storage

Vik Nagjee serves as the VP and CTO for Global Healthcare Solutions at Pure Storage, where he is responsible for Pure’s healthcare solutions, strategy, market development and thought leadership. Vik has more than 15 years of experience working in the healthcare technology sector and held several roles at Epic and InterSystems. Prior to joining Pure, Vik was the CTO at Epic, the world’s leading electronic medical records provider, where he directed the architecture, implementation, execution and business development of Epic’s new service provider business, Epic Hosting. Vik began his career at Epic as a software engineer and built the foundations of Epic’s core infrastructure. He then moved on to several roles within Epic, where he partnered with CIOs and CTOs at the largest healthcare organizations to optimize the success of multi-million dollar installs and supported sales opportunities. Vik was also responsible for product security and regulatory compliance to help ensure the security of information systems and patient health information. In his role at InterSystems, he helped prospects, application partners and end users find the perfect solutions for their data, processing and system architecture needs. Vik has Bachelors of Science in Industrial Engineering, Computer Science and Accounting from Purdue University.

May 15, 2017
9:50am - 10:05am
Grand Ballroom

In today's healthcare climate, monetizing your data is critical to success. Healthcare data organizations need to start putting the hard-won data trapped in their systems to use in decision making. The demand for real time data means more and more health systems are putting big data technology behind all of their reports and analytics, allowing them to combine sources to create actionable insights that help improve service line operations, advance clinical performance, identify new markets and opportunities, and drive patient and provider satisfaction.  In this Executive Spotlight, learn how high performance data platforms can help make your health system more competitive.

Key takeaways include:

  • All data is big data, high performance technology is table stakes
  • High performance data platforms can be affordable, simple and easy to scale as your data grows, with low long term TCO

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