Thursday, September 26th @ 2pm ET

Focused on keys to success for implementing desktop virtualization in healthcare. You'll learn about Dell's Mobile Clinical Computing solution, an always-on virtual desktop that integrates VMware Horizon View. This solution directly addresses critical healthcare requirements for healthcare providers, administrators, and IT. It's designed to improve clinical efficiency without compromising security.

Among the topics we'll cover:

  • Increasing IT productivity by freeing up IT staff to focus on more strategic tasks like building future IT platforms
  • Improving clinical efficiency by speeding clinician access to records so patients experience faster time to care
  • Providing end-to-end support and service in a virtualized environment
  • Enhancing data security by facilitating compliance with HIPAA and lowering the risk of heath care data breaches
  • Achieving dual factor authentication with the ease of single sign on
  • Various solution architectures
  • Reducing maintenance, energy and support costs with thin client endpoints


Micah McCollough is a Solution Sales Executive with a dedicated focus in healthcare IT and desktop virtualization. He has 14 years’ experience spanning sales, engineering, and enterprise solutions architecture. At Dell, Micah works with healthcare provider organizations to develop tailored, end-to-end solutions designed to address the industry’s unique business challenges around application delivery, data security, and efficient clinical workflows. As an extension of Dell’s global Healthcare and Life Sciences vertical, he leverages strong relationships with key HIS providers and infrastructure partners to create validated HIPPA compliant solutions.

Farid Agahi has extensive experience in large-scale healthcare IT transformation, clinical computing infrastructure, and EMR platform virtualization. As Chief Enterprise Engineer for a large integrated healthcare provider, Farid was directly involved in the implementation of an electronic health records program based on Epic’s platform servicing over 150,000 clinicians. He led design and engineering of a 200,000-seat managed end-user desktop service, created the Availability Program Office focused on uptime and stability of mission-critical systems and developed an enterprise-wide technology roadmap planning process. In his role with VMware, Farid engages with a broad selection of healthcare providers who aim to leverage virtualization and cloud computing as a strategic technology. This involves creating a whole new approach to clinical computing that is driven by customer requirements around security, clinical mobility, BYOD, clinical workflow efficiency, and service resilience (availability).