Hewlett-Packard has won a contract to upgrade information technology equipment for a 69-facility private healthcare provider in the U.K. that handles more than 1 million outpatient visits per year.
BMI Healthcare seeks to migrate its HP desktops and laptops to Microsoft Windows 7 and finish the project within six months, HP said Wednesday.
Tracey McDermott, chief information officer at BMI Healthcare, said the organization’s IT investments are key to its strategy for delivering healthcare services across the country.
McDermott added HP is using an asset management and investment framework to address BMI Healthcare’s concerns about flexibility and other areas.
HP will provide its customer portal to BMI Healthcare in order to change, upgrade and administer financial assets and arrangements.