Data storage

By Jamie Thompson 12:47 pm March 13, 2012
St. Augustinus Hospital, near Dusseldorf, has implemented a tiered data storage solution using PoINT Storage Manager Software.
By Mike Miliard 08:45 am March 02, 2012
Iconic Data, a mobile health startup, announced the launch of ICON, its flagship offering, which replaces inefficient paper-based physician billing cards and forms.
By Bernie Monegain 02:08 pm January 10, 2012
It pays to be green. St. Charles Health System in Oregon cut its co-location power costs by 30 percent by leasing data storage space from a Tier III green disaster recovery center in its hometown. As a result of reduced data transport and co-location costs, St. Charles estimates a $7.1 million return on investment over a five-year period.
By Diana Manos 10:03 am November 28, 2011
Officials at Accenture and AT&T have launched a new medical imaging solution they say will help hospitals access medical images and doctors to collaborate.
By Mike Miliard 10:42 am October 27, 2011
IBM and the Georgia Institute of Technology have announced a new research initiative that will apply advanced systems modeling and large-scale data analytics capabilities to integrate traditionally disparate data that affects health.
By Michelle McNickle 02:21 pm October 11, 2011
Data storage continues to be a concern for health IT professionals nationwide, but hope isn't lost when it comes to effective practices. Mariano Maluf, CTO at Atlanta-based GNAX, suggests six keys to smart data storage.
By John Andrews 10:48 am September 30, 2011
With PACS and other diagnostic imaging files quickly diminishing healthcare data storage capacities, providers are scrambling to find a much larger repository to handle their needs. More and more, that means gravitating toward the cloud, IT vendors say.
By Michelle McNickle 10:01 am September 28, 2011
A new year means a fresh start, and as 2012 creeps closer, it's time to think about new IT approaches. Fred Pennic suggests 10 initiatives hospitals should undertake in 2012.
By Eric Wicklund 09:22 am September 09, 2011
MedeFile International has signed an agreement with ConnectCare3 to offer its Internet-enabled PHR to people who suffer from serious or chronic illnesses, giving them a central collection point for all of their medical records and data.
By Eric Wicklund 10:36 am August 30, 2011
The IntelliVue MX40 is designed to help clinicians monitor ambulatory patients in the hospital setting, and to keep track of vital signs during patient transports.

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