Splunk Builds Strong Traction in Healthcare
Hundreds of Healthcare Institutions Around the World Rely on Splunk for Operational Intelligence
SAN FRANCISCO and HIMSS15 – April 13, 2015 – Leading healthcare institutions around the world are turning to Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK), provider of the leading software platform for real-time Operational Intelligence, to protect patient data, ensure regulatory compliance and better serve their patients. More than 375 healthcare institutions including Baylor Healthcare System Foundation, Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC), Duke Medicine, Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) and Middlesex Hospital are using Splunk software across a variety of use cases – including application delivery, security, compliance, IT operations, business analytics and the Internet of Things to gain insight from machine data.
Splunk Enterprise recently won Healthcare Informatics’ Leading Edge Award for its broad applicability across business and IT environments in the healthcare industry. Splunk has an ecosystem of apps to help healthcare providers further accelerate the value that they gain from machine data. An example is the partner-developed HIPAA Privacy and Security Scout for Splunk Enterprise available on Splunkbase. Splunk also has ONC-HIT certification as a module for Electronic Health Records audit reporting.
“The digitization of healthcare with electronic health records, healthcare information exchanges, patient portals and connected medical devices is driving massive growth in machine data,” said Tapan Bhatt, vice president of solutions marketing, Splunk. “Healthcare organizations choose to use Splunk software to help them comply with regulations such as HIPAA, to monitor performance and uptime for clinical applications and to gain insights into data from connected medical devices.”
HSCIC uses Splunk Enterprise to monitor performance, investigate issues and provide reporting to ensure services are running smoothly on the Spine, a collection of national applications that connects clinicians, patients and local service providers throughout England to essential national healthcare services. Other customers rely on Splunk software as a platform across multiple departments and teams.
“Splunk has quickly become an integral part of the big data platform at HCA,” said Shane Newman, senior Splunk engineer, HCA. “We have developed and implemented dozens of real-time solutions for IT infrastructure, enterprise security, patient privacy, medical devices and clinical applications – empowering executive leadership and key stakeholders to make timely data-driven decisions to improve healthcare service delivery.”
“Splunk has transformed auditing and compliance reporting of our electronic healthcare records by tying together data from several EHR systems under a single platform,” said Ant Lefebvre, senior systems engineer, Middlesex Hospital. “Using Splunk Enterprise, we can maintain the highest levels of patient privacy, while also supporting compliance, security, IT operations and healthcare informatics, delivering value to several teams at Middlesex Hospital.”
Learn what Splunk can do for your organization at HIMSS15 in the Knowledge and Intelligence Center (Booth 5484-11) as well as in the HIMSS15 Cybersecurity Command Center (Booth 8175-15). Splunk will be presenting at HIMSS15 on Tuesday, April 14, 10:45 – 11:15 a.m. in the Knowledge and Intelligence Center and on Wednesday, April 15, 3:15 – 3:45 p.m. in the Cybersecurity Command Center.