January 21, 2010 - (Free Research) Technology systems such as electronic medical records and digital imaging are revolutionizing healthcare. The continuous operation of these systems has become increasingly critical. Emerson Network Power has developed three centralized UPS configurations specifically for healthcare settings.
December 13, 2010 - (Free Research) The list of features in medical devices is rapidly rising: Even the simplest of medical devices house more and more system components, which add greater functionality to the device at a low cost. But by adding components, device software becomes complex and burdens compliance testing and premarket certification activities.
March 07, 2012 - (Free Research) This case study demonstrates how Rockford Health was able to provide their care givers with ready access to patient data while safely archiving medical images and protecting them offsite in the event of a disaster.
March 02, 2012 - (Free Research) This E-Book offers expert advice on creating an on-site medical image archive as well as using a cloud storage provider for medical images. Additionally, explore 2 case studies regarding compliant storing and archiving of medical data.
December 09, 2010 - (Free Research) This Sage ERP Accpac white paper focuses on innovations in the medical device field and how these innovative solutions affect the bottom line. Read this white paper to learn more.
May 11, 2011 - (Free Research) Medical imaging is achieving phenomenal growth. This advance in patient care comes at a cost - a data explosion and resulting silos of clinical information that threaten to overwhelm your data center. With the Unified Clinical Archive, you can store, access, and share medical files from all your medical imaging applications.
January 22, 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.
October 03, 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.
May 24, 2010 - (Free Research) The move from paper-based medical records systems to EMR is rightly viewed as a step toward improved patient care, increased clinician productivity, and lower costs. But striking a balance between access for clinicians and privacy for patients can be a difficult task. This paper presents a one-touch desktop roaming solution that benefits both.
October 29, 2012 - (Free Research) This resource demonstrates how Carestream Health created a powerful, scalable data center platform able to accommodate more users without sacrificing service quality. Learn how they improved processing power, allowing them to meet the challenges of serving more users while handling more data-intensive workloads.
February 26, 2013 - (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.
November 17, 2010 - (Free Research) This video discusses the benefits of desktop virtualization for a number of reasons including its ability to allow employees to access their desktop from anywhere and to ease virtual IT support.
February 18, 2013 - (Free Research) Image availability is crucial to ensuring quality patient care. And organizations adopting VNA repositories must be careful that their approach efficiently accounts for image availability. This white paper demonstrates how and why medical images are exposed to risk, as well as how health care providers can protect against them.
February 18, 2013 - (Free Research) Image availability is crucial to ensuring quality patient care. And organizations adopting VNA repositories must be careful that their approach efficiently accounts for image availability. This resource demonstrates how and why medical images are exposed to risk, as well as how health care providers can protect against them.
May 10, 2012 - (Free Research) <p>Read this white paper to learn how medical manufacturers are using enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to reduce the costs of their operations as well as justify current prices to insurers based on success rates and patient value.</p>
June 16, 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.
June 2008 - (Free Research) Because Mid-Vermont's software was not meeting their client expectations they deployed NueMD, an Internet-based practice management solution, resulting in substantial savings in time and money.
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.
January 2008 - (Free Research) Using two of the Intel SS4000-E storage servers mirrored for additional redundancy, Philips has cut about USD 10 thousand off the storage cost for more than one terabyte of data by eliminating the need to buy expensive optical disks.
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.
February 2011 - (Free Research) As the number of devices and specialists at GE Healthcare multiplied, medical professionals found themselves questioning the accuracy of the data collected in its centralized systems. Check out this brief case study overview to learn how the creation of a new generation of recording systems helped GE Healthcare overcome this challenge.
February 2013 - (Free Research) This brief case study demonstrates how Jupiter Medical Center deployed a converged infrastructure to improve the delivery of patient information while preserving limited capital and supporting government regulations.
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