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A Secure and Paperless NHS? Legacy Applications Have to Go

A Secure and Paperless NHS? Legacy Applications Have to Go

Many healthcare organisations do not realise how many legacy applications they have. Bigger hospitals have 500+ applications, some of which obsolete and/or rarely used just to retain access to the data locked in them or for other compliance reasons. According to Jamie...

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Say Hello to Next-gen Archival Systems – Part II

Say Hello to Next-gen Archival Systems – Part II

This is part 2 of a series, explaining how healthcare organizations can retire their legacy applications and, at the same time, retain access to the data from those legacy and/or obsolete systems. (read Part 1) In part 2, Mike Ball, Senior Vice President , North...

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How Can the NHS Protect Itself Against Cyber Attacks?

How Can the NHS Protect Itself Against Cyber Attacks?

We are happy that our media partners from 'Info Security' have found a recent cybersecurity blog from 17 Nov (by Chris Welch Product Manager, RAPid, BridgeHead Software) interesting and have featured it in their publication. We hope that this useful information will...

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Nine Steps to Better Disaster Recovery Planning

Nine Steps to Better Disaster Recovery Planning

The time to prepare for a disaster is before it occurs! One would say that this is pretty logical, but too many healthcare organizations fail to prepare for this unwanted event, or don't do the right things to prepare properly. In this piece, Stephen Matheson, Vice...

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Digital Health: Special Report – VNA & Data Storage

Digital Health: Special Report – VNA & Data Storage

In her latest special report, Kim Thomas from Digital Health explores the new uses and the emerging trends for Vendor Neutral Archives (VNA), and the IT architecture for delivering them. In this feature, Jim Beagle (President and CEO, BridgeHead...

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BridgeHead Software Accepted on G-Cloud 8 Framework

BridgeHead Software Accepted on G-Cloud 8 Framework

ASHTEAD, UK – 19 October 2016 – BridgeHead Software, the leading healthcare data management provider, today announced that it has been accepted as a supplier on the latest version of the UK government’s public sector cloud procurement framework, G-Cloud 8. The...

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Say Goodbye to Your Legacy IT Systems

Say Goodbye to Your Legacy IT Systems

Are your hospital legacy IT systems ticking time bombs? Could they drag other systems down in a cascading failure or offer an entry for cyber thieves? 2 thought-provoking questions asked by Michael Ball, PhD, Senior Vice President, North America, BridgeHead Software...

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Patient Data: The Catalyst to Raising Standards in Healthcare

Patient Data: The Catalyst to Raising Standards in Healthcare

Great coverage in Building Better Healthcare entitled "Patient data: the catalyst to raising standards in healthcare". The piece focuses on research undertaken by Massimiliano Claps at IDC on the increasing need of a 360-degree patient view and the resulting rise of...

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Backing Up Your Backups

Backing Up Your Backups

In this feature, our very own Stephen Matheson, Vice President, Product and Sales, BridgeHead Software provides six operational tips for managing data at a secondary site. According to Steve, data flowing through hospital systems to help clinicians and staff...

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BridgeHead is Proud to Celebrate National Health IT Week 2016

BridgeHead is Proud to Celebrate National Health IT Week 2016

To mark the important role health information technology plays in improving healthcare delivery in America, BridgeHead Software and others across the U.S. have joined together to celebrate National Health Information Technology (NHIT) Week, September 26-30, 2016....

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