Leverage new technology to drive healthcare innovation

John Papandrea, an expert in global health sciences at SAP, believes technology will play a crucial role in addressing the cost of healthcare, and improving people's lives at the same time.

Learn how our Collaborative E-Care Management application delivers a more proactive approach to treating chronic and post acute care conditions - and uses the latest IT solutions to better monitor and treat patients, no matter where they are.

A patient uses the SAP collaborative e-care management application to check his blood pressure at home, and send the results to his doctor
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SAP: Passing the Test for Interoperability

Interoperability of your systems is critical to providing excellent care and driving performance. Read how SAP demonstrated continued interoperability commitment and capabilities with an award of four integration statements at IHE's EuropeanConnectathon 2011.

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Read this IDC report and discover how analytics and business intelligence can improve decision making in the healthcare sector. Get expert tips on how to overcome key challenges and align your strategic and operational goals with day-to-day decisions.

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