HOLYOKE, MA 5/6/2021 — Utilizing the healthcare industry’s leading infrastructure assessment tool and its proprietary methodology for linking IT improvements to clinical outcomes, western Massachusetts-based consortium Pixel Health is teaming with $49B technology business leader Ingram Micro Inc. to establish a new sales channel and better serve hospitals and health systems across the United States. Pixel Health is certified by HIMSS Analytics and is one the country’s leading global Infrastructure Assessment Model (INFRAM) consultants. Ingram Micro serves as the preferred go-to-market partner for thousands of Managed Service Providers and IT manufacturers doing business within the healthcare industry.
“Using INFRAM and Pixel Health’s proprietary evaluation techniques to examine a hospital’s mobility, security, collaboration, transport, and data center capabilities will provide Ingram Micro’s channel partners and the hospitals they serve a unique insight into existing infrastructure and operations, and what’s needed to digitally transform,” says Pixel Health EVP of Strategic Partnerships Mike Machulsky. “The assessment results are directly applied to clinical strategies, initiatives, and processes to assure the right technology is purchased for the right people, at the right time.”
“The Healthcare market remains a great and growing opportunity for those channel partners and providers who focus on digitally transforming operations and elevating the experience for all stakeholders,” adds Karl Connolly, senior advisor, Technology Consultant, Ingram Micro U.S. “Pixel Health’s INFRAM+ assessment goes beyond the technology to show the medical staff, hospital leadership, and the IT department how the right IT investments can and will positively affect the delivery of care, providing a roadmap for future investment.” As a result of this unique alliance, Ingram Micro channel partners in the U.S. can now market and sell Pixel Health’s INFRAM+ assessment to hospitals and healthcare organizations. To ensure compliance with industry regulations, the implementation of the Pixel Health INFRAM+ assessments will be performed by two Pixel Health companies VertitechIT, a healthcare-centric consulting firm that designs and implements IT roadmaps for health systems across North America, and Nectar Strategic Consulting, a patient and clinical advisory firm focused on workflow, process, and digital transformation.
About Pixel Health: The five companies that make up the Pixel Health portfolio of companies (VertitechIT, baytechIT, Nectar Strategic Consulting, akiro Consulting, and Liberty Fox Technologies), are inspired enough to believe that we have the power to improve our healthcare system. We make healthcare better for patients, providers, and administrators alike by facilitating the use of technology, simplifying the process of using it, and overcoming the cultural and organizational constraints hindering its adoption.
About Ingram Micro: Ingram Micro helps businesses fully realize the promise of technology™—helping them maximize the value of the technology that they make, sell or use. With its vast global infrastructure and focus on cloud, mobility, technology lifecycle, supply chain and technology solutions, Ingram Micro enables business partners to operate more efficiently and successfully in the markets they serve. www.ingrammicro.com.
For more information, please visit gopixelhealth.com or contact Executive Vice President of Marketing and Communications Steve Shaw at 413-268-1630 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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