“With the HCI platform from Lenovo and Nutanix, we can strategically update and expand systems without being bound by hardware lifecycles, and reduce system procurement and operation costs. Through these efforts, we hope to provide services that benefit as many people as possible, including patients, local partner medical institutions, medical staff, and medical school students.”

Mr. Takamasa Nunoeda

Medical Informatics Engineer, Japan Institute of Medical Informatics

Getting ready to meet new healthcare needs.

Kindai University Hospital is a teaching hospital located in Osaka Sayama City, Japan, and affiliated with the Kindai University School of Medicine. With 929 beds and 2,300 outpatients per day, it is the only university hospital in the southern part of Osaka Prefecture and has been supporting local medical care for many years.

To support patients, physicians, students, and administrative staff, Kindai University Hospital relies on an extensive IT infrastructure, comprising both clinical systems and back-office applications. Nine members of the Information System Section, IT Group, Medical School, and Hospital Administration Division plan, build, and operate these systems with the support of outside vendors.

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