Increased pressures on the health system, the continual expectation to provide better patient outcomes while maintaining costs, and the capabilities of technology experienced in our daily lives is creating a demand for transformation in the New Zealand health sector. But, how do you make sure that you can do this quickly and cost effectively, taking into account the unique needs and demands of our communities?
At Spark Health, we’ve partnered with the experts and the world’s largest public cloud providers to take the heavy lifting out of public cloud by developing the health cloud reference architecture, with the aim of improving the success rate of cloud implementations in health organisations.
This architecture works as a public cloud blueprint, based on industry-leading best practice and specific requirements for the NZ health system. We have also taken the extra step to validate this blueprint with our global partners from Amazon Web Services and Microsoft, providing you with the confidence to drive your transformation forwards.
Your unique needs and business requirements will still drive your cloud configuration, the health cloud reference architecture provides a purpose-made health public cloud ‘deployment pattern’, including high level steps and decision points that need to be made before embarking on establishing public cloud services. In addition, we have included the unique requirements of the NZ health sector to ensure that your public cloud is secure, compliant, and resilient.
Our health cloud reference architecture is provided as part of our engagements— whether this be our minimum viable cloud engagement, cloud architecture review or cloud business office methodology.