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We've got healthcare covered.

The Sirius Healthcare practice includes former C-level executives from healthcare organizations around the country, along with dedicated technical and sales teams. From strategy through execution, Sirius takes a methodical approach in partnering with our clients to ensure that application and technology interdependencies are understood, and that necessary operational and governance changes are taken into account to make these complex solutions as effective and future-proof as possible.


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Electronic Health Record (EHR) Systems & Ancillary Capabilities

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Whichever EHR your organization is using, the advantages and requirements are similar—and the challenges can be daunting. The evolution of the industry, the threats we face, how we use data and even the programs themselves are putting unprecedented burdens on IT departments, business units and practitioners. Success requires understanding the four trends that are driving EHR evolution—mergers and acquisitions, program updates, security, and data analytics—and creating a more natural user experience for caregivers, clinicians, administrators and other users throughout the organization.

The State of Cybersecurity in Healthcare in 2019
Explore key insights from a survey of 143 healthcare IT leaders.


healthcare mergers and acquisitions in 2018


million patient records compromised in 2018 in 503 breaches


HC organizations leveraging analytics across financial, operational and clinical

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"In a highly regulated environment like healthcare, a lot of people in IT focus on meeting compliance requirements. But if you focus instead on managing the risk, the compliance will take care of itself.”

—Ed Ricks, Director, Sirius Healthcare





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Across caregivers, administrators, patients and visitors. Across 1,000 applications and proliferating devices. The attack surface in today’s healthcare organization is sprawling and growing more vulnerable every day.

Connect with Sirius Healthcare to explore ways you can achieve end-to-end security from the enterprise to the cloud.

The State of Cybersecurity in Healthcare in 2019
Explore key insights from a survey of 143 healthcare IT leaders.


have adopted a vulnerability scanning process to prioritize risks


use a next-gen anti-virus or endpoint detection and response solution


have fully integrated cybersecurity with their clouds

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The Digital Healthcare Organization

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Healthcare Interoperability Using Blockchain Technology

With the industry’s increased focus on quality and continuity of care, seamless access to patient records across providers is a significant opportunity space for technologies. Blockchain can revolutionize how protected health information (PHI) is shared, simplifying, enhancing and securing collaboration between partner providers and patients, while also dramatically reducing the creation, processing, transmission and storage of paper documents.

A Sirius white paper and case study tell the story of a technology proof of concept of blockchain deployed on AWS for the representative use case “patient consent management.”

Digital Foundation

The consumerization of healthcare is changing the way organizations interact with staff, on-site and remote caregivers, patients, family and visitors. IT organizations that have traditionally been focused on operations and keep-the-lights-on (KTLO) activities now have to provide the anytime, anywhere access and unprecedented responsiveness that users expect, along with the heightened security and quality of IT services that the organization demands. That’s why today’s forward-thinking healthcare CIO has to be focused on all aspects of the digital foundation, including a platform for next-generation digital and experiential expectations.




Data Analytics & Insights

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Enormous quantities of data are being generated throughout healthcare organizations every day, including clinical and research data, individual patient data, staff utilization data, and operational/business data. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by it all, not to mention failing to capitalize on its value. Sirius Data & Analytics experts work with clients to understand best practices for capturing and analyzing data, and how to achieve the desired outcomes. Because having the right technology is important, but having the right people and processes in place is critical to a successful data and analytics strategy.

Data and Analytics for Healthcare: 3 Essential Steps to Success from Sirius Edge




Internet of Healthcare Things (IoHT / IoMT / IoT)

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The application of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies is transforming the way healthcare organizations gather data about patients’ health and habits, track the movement of staff and equipment, and even monitor everything from vital statistics to hand-washing. A successful IoT strategy allows health systems to leverage data in ways that have been impossible until now, ensuring better outcomes throughout the organization and the community.




Client Perspectives

We sat down with your peers from throughout the industry to find out what innovation means to them, and how they’re partnering with Sirius Healthcare to improve quality of care, reduce administrative overhead, and manage risk to ensure compliance.

If you’re interested in being featured in your own Client Perspective video, speak with your Sirius Healthcare representative.

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Stephanie Lahr, CIO & CMIO
Regional Health
Rapid City, SD

Regional Health is a community-based healthcare system that supports 4,500 physicians and caregivers across a network of five hospitals, eight specialty and surgical centers, and more than 40 clinics and healthcare service centers. CIO & CMIO Stephanie Lahr talks about how innovation is allowing Regional Health to solve challenges creatively and achieve efficiencies that improve quality of care.

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Valerie Leschber, CMIO
Cone Health
Greensboro, NC

Cone Health comprises a network of four hospitals in Greensboro, as well as medical centers and physician practices in surrounding counties. CMIO Valerie Leschber explains how innovation means looking at ways to use technology to achieve a higher level of value for the end-user, thus “becoming the brand” that patients want to turn to for their healthcare needs.

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