Timely and well-informed investments in new technology solutions are essential as drivers of performance and productivity, especially in the face of new business ventures and efforts to scale for associated growth. This is particularly true in the health care arena, where technology advancements are often the catalyst for shifting market opportunities – whether related to advancements in health care delivery, integration of new data sources, and/or proliferation of digital “wearable” home monitoring devices (Internet of Things). For example, the data that gets generated and stored from home monitoring devices such as glucose and blood pressure digital readers is available to be uploaded to electronic medical records and other databases for further analysis. However, this requires an infrastructure that supports integration from multiple sources.

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