February 2008 - (Free Research) Quickly locating the necessary patient records among millions of paper documents in a 200-square-foot storage room was difficult and time consuming for Tyler Memorial Hospital staff. Learn how they tackle their document challenges now.
October 2012 - (Free Research) This resource examines how the cloud will play an integral part in the future of medical imaging. Discover how secure, high performance, could-based solutions can help solve your medical image management problems.
August 2012 - (Free Research) Check out this quick case study to learn how Mather Memorial Hospital was aboe to easily and affordably gain the performance, capacity and scalability to support strategic plans for further digitization and the deployment of the latest high-resolution medical imaging modalities.
March 2010 - (Free Research) For many medical institutions, the expense and management burdens of storing the big files created by picture archiving and communications systems (PACS) are fast growing beyond control. In response, some hospital IT executives are turning to data storage outsourcers.
May 2013 - (Free Research) This case study details how one rural health clinic located in northeast Michigan implemented a disaster recovery/business continuity solution that provides the highest of availability so they can properly serve their community.
February 2013 - (Free Research) This white paper demonstrates how converged medical infrastructure (CMI) technology can assist health IT leaders in relieving the pressures brought on by data growth, mobile device usage, and other trends, effectively increasing business value and improving care.
March 2012 - (Free Research) This case study examines how Hartford Hospital outsourced its medical records management without service interruption, ensuring the highest level of patient care while reducing costs. read on to find out how they did it.
January 2009 - (Free Research) In this case study you will learn the approach of Gwinnett to team with HP and other business technology leaders to develop and deploy innovative new solutions that promote quality care, cost efficiencies and service continuity.
March 2012 - (Free Research) Read this brief case study to learn more about the storage scalability challenges that Kansas Spine Hospital faced, how it overcame them a Dell solution and the benefits it reaped, including simplified administration, reduced bandwidth and capacity costs, about 85% of acquisition costs for a backup solution by leveraging DR features and more.
November 2010 - (Free Research) This paper examines how health care CIOs are burdened by small data centers that are difficult to expand, yet they need to accommodate growing amounts of data. Virtualization may be the answer.
June 2010 - (Free Research) Read this case study to gain more detail into Boston Medical center's quest to lower its operational costs, why it settled on data center virtualization and the benefits it reaped, including $3.2 million in savings in equipment avoidance costs, improved security with desktop virtualization and so much more.
May 2013 - (Free Research) How confident are you that your health care organization can recover from a disaster? This resource highlights the impact unplanned downtime can have on your hospital. Read now to learn about an effective disaster recovery strategy that will ensure the safety of your patient data.
March 2012 - (Free Research) This case study outlines the Maria Parham Medical Center's selection for its scalability, cost-efficiency and comprehensive management of all aspects of storage, maintenance and data restoration. They now have the peace of mind that all medical images in its PACS are safely archived and easily recoverable.
November 2011 - (Free Research) The 2011 Joplin Tornado tore through Joplin, MO, leaving devastation in its tracks. One organization that was hit particularly hard that day was St. John’s Regional Medical Center. If it wasn’t for proper disaster recovery planning, many patient records would be lost. In this e-guide, learn the story of how this hospital was prepared for the worst.
June 2010 - (Free Research) Boston Medical Center (BMC) needed to find ways to lower its operational costs to work within smaller budgets despite exploding data volumes, a sprawling server farm and 6,000 desktop users who needed access to clinical applications for patient care. The hospital pursued a data center virtualization strategy after partnering with Dell.
May 2011 - (Free Research) As medical imaging evolves in the digital era, images must be delivered through a single information network and be easily accessible. Current methods of managing images are proving increasingly inefficient and costly. Read about a platform that addresses these concerns and provides simplified and accelerated access to medical files and images.
February 2012 - (Free Research) This E-Guide explores frequently asked questions related to the use of virtualized storage technology for medical images. Additionally, with stringent regulations forcing health care organizations to generate electronic records, virtualized storage is becoming an increasingly viable option.
March 2012 - (Free Research) This case study examines one medical facility's adoption of an off-site, on-demand image archiving solution that has helped them streamline workflow processes and make faster diagnoses resulting in improved patient care and reduced operating costs.