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:
Download BridgeHead's new whitepaper - "Strategies to Reduce the Costs of Managing Healthcare Data."
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.
Learn why Disaster Recovery is different in Healthcare in this new whitepaper.
More than 1,000 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.
News & Articles
Share in some of the BridgeHead Software's latest coverage from leading healthcare and IT related industry publications, online bloggers and the like.
News & Articles – 08 January 2013
This week, Sandhill.com published a new article entitled, "Vendor Neutral Archives in the Healthcare Setting Do Not Ensure Image Availability" from Jim Beagle, CEO at BridgeHead Software. Click here to read more >>>
News & Articles – 04 October 2012
Mike Roberts, IT Director, The London Clinic talks with eHealth Insider and shares his strategic vision for healthcare data management which he refers to as 'data free at the point of need'.
News & Articles – 23 February 2012
An article by Tim Kaschinske, consultant of healthcare solutions at BridgeHead Software, discusses how Healthcare CIOs have rolled up their sleeves and embraced the concept of a Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) or Enterprise Archive to efficiently manage and store all of a hospitals data.
News & Articles – 02 June 2011
Healthcare Technology Online featured an article about BridgeHead's decade of working with MEDITECH.
News & Articles – 24 May 2011
This year, MEDITECH and BridgeHead Software celebrated the 10th anniversary of their partnership. This article chronicles the history between the two companies, from how they first engaged through to the successful relationship they still enjoy today.
News & Articles – 24 March 2011
European Voice's, Jennifer Rankin, explains that healthcare could be changed drastically by e-health. But there is a long way to go.
News & Articles – 01 February 2011
Charles Mallio, VP of Product Strategy & Business Development at BridgeHead, details the benefits of using a secure, centralized repository for critical healthcare data.
News & Articles – 06 December 2010
Part Two Focus Zone on Data Management: Paul Buckley, Prohealthservicezone’s editor interviews Tony Cotterill, Chief Executive of BridgeHead Software, the Healthcare Storage Virtualization™ (HSV™) company.
News & Articles – 24 November 2010
Part One Focus Zone on Data Management: Paul Buckley, Prohealthservicezone’s editor interviews Tony Cotterill, Chief Executive of BridgeHead Software, the Healthcare Storage Virtualization™ (HSV™) company.
News & Articles – 18 November 2010
BridgeHead Software's President and CEO, Tony Cotterill, has warned hospitals of the need to create an effective healthcare disaster recovery strategy to protect the huge increases in digital information they are now generating. With a growth in electronic patient records and digital imagery, it is now estimated that 30% of the world’s digital storage is found in healthcare.