Working only in the healthcare sector, BridgeHead Software has helped over 1,000 customers worldwide to solve their data and storage management challenges.
BridgeHead's Healthcare Data Management Solution helps you to release your data so that your hospital can:
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BridgeHead's Healthcare Data Management Solutions are made out of 3 elements:
Customers have complimented us on our ability to provide the highest caliber service levels - whether from our dedicated support staff, our professional services experts in the field or our training specialists.
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More than 1,200 hospitals worldwide trust BridgeHead's solutions to manage and protect their mission-critical data. Review our case studies to learn how our software, backed by our team of experts, has helped these hospitals meet the evolving data management demands faced by today's healthcare organization.
Read our case study about CHRISTUS Health, a large provider of health care services in the US and Mexico.
A selection of useful resources, including our free FileScan Data Profiling Utility, our whitepapers offering thought leadership, product datasheets, and brochures – this section has something for everyone.
Since 1994, BridgeHead Software has been providing data and storage management software and services to customers.
Today, we are a leader in healthcare data management helping hospitals to manage, protect and leverage one of their most strategic assets, their clinical and administrative information.
Blog – 02 September 2014
In this article, I will introduce an organization that is working to resolve these issues in healthcare: Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise” or “IHE” for short.
Blog – 18 July 2014
Unstructured data is data that is stored in files rather than databases. It is unstructured in that it is generally not organized for easy access. There may be an application database with links to the files on disk that allows easy access from the application, but otherwise, application access is much more difficult
Blog – 05 June 2014
Independence in selecting and maintaining applications that work best for hospitals is critical for healthcare. Enabling data to migrate easily between application versions and brands is an essential part of BridgeHead’s HDM mission. Likewise, ensuring no vendor lock-in with storage is an essential part of BridgeHead’s storage-agnostic stance and a key benefit for health IT teams working with BridgeHead.
Blog – 16 May 2014
Due to the proliferation of data in hospital environments, the challenge IT managers face right now is to balance storage cost versus clinical performance. Recently, BridgeHead’s Solutions Consultant, Shaun Smale explored this very subject and the resulting research was featured in the publication StorageNewsletter. This blog explores the key findings. Read more »
Blog – 29 April 2014
Mary Rutan hospital recently made the decision to expand its BridgeHead deployment, with enterprise backup and recovery protection along with our integrated StoreOnce deduplication. Read this interview to learn why BridgeHead remains the vendor of choice for this award-winning hospital.
Blog – 14 April 2014
Simplifying storage and data management for hospitals is a top priority for Charles Mallio, Strategic Alliances Manager for Healthcare at NetApp. To further this goal, Charlie leverages his track record of experience working with MEDITECH to help NetApp shape ideal storage solutions for healthcare, now and in the critical transformative years to come.
Blog – 08 April 2014
Increasing patient-centric care with better access to all hospital data, combined with lowering the cost-basis for storing and retaining data for hospitals are twin themes of the HDM 13b release. Steve Matheson, VP of Product Management at BridgeHead, shares his view of how key features in 13b help to advance these strategic hospital goals.
Blog – 31 March 2014
BridgeHead Software’s Tony Tomkys will be attending the Healthcare Strategy Forum on 1st and 2nd April in Windsor and will present a session on Electronic Patient Record (EPR) projects. Read more »
Blog – 11 March 2014
In this guest blog, John Rollason of NetApp, explains why healthcare organisations need a more efficient and more integrated solution to deal with all their critical data and ever growing information. Read more »
Blog – 26 February 2014
Hospitals continue to be affected by Federal regulations and standards, including the new Cybersecurity Framework introduced by NIST this month. Congress is also considering added changes for HITECH, to bolster requirements for EHR interoperability as part of Meaningful Use Stage 3 in 2017.