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Interview with NetApp Strategic Alliances Manager for Healthcare; Focus on MEDITECH

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

BridgeHead’s View: Key Trends in Health IT and What’s Coming in 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

Laying the foundations for your Electronic Patient Record

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

New HealthStore for FlexPod: A better data and storage management solution for hospitals

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

New NIST Cybersecurity Framework and HITECH Meaningful Use Regulations Affect Healthcare Outlook

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.

Blog  –  14 February 2014

Warrington NHS Puts Halt on Storage and Archive Pains

Healthcare IT departments are constantly looking for ways to create efficiency and effectiveness, in terms of service delivery, to their hospitals. Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has recently taken such steps to strategically address its data management challenges – ensuring its data is properly stored, protected and available for sharing. Read more »

Blog  –  12 February 2014

What is a Root Cause of Failures in Hospital Backup and Recovery?

Hospitals working with generic backup and recovery technologies will inevitably encounter limitations when their applications grow too large. In particular, application objects present unique challenges to hospital IT teams in designing sufficient data protection strategies. Learn more about application objects and the structure of hospital applications, in this blog entry by technical expert Jamie Clifton.

Blog  –  28 January 2014

Part 3 - A Common Problem with PACS Image Archive: Tape

Hospitals working with PACS applications typically archive images to tape, creating unnecessary burdens for already taxed PACS administrators. BridgeHead’s VNA is a low-cost, easy-to-deploy, and truly vendor-neutral solution for hospitals who want to eliminate their tape dependency for PACS DICOM images.

Blog  –  21 January 2014

Part 2 - A Common Problem with PACS Image Archives: Tape

Hospitals working with PACS applications typically archive images to tape, creating unnecessary burdens for already taxed PACS administrators. BridgeHead’s VNA is a low-cost, easy-to-deploy, and truly vendor-neutral solution for hospitals who want to eliminate their tape dependency for PACS DICOM images.

Blog  –  07 January 2014

Part 1 - A Common Problem with PACS Image Archive: Tape

Hospitals working with PACS applications typically archive images to tape, creating unnecessary burdens for already taxed PACS administrators. BridgeHead’s VNA is a low-cost, easy-to-deploy, and truly vendor-neutral solution for hospitals who want to eliminate their tape dependency for PACS DICOM images.

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