Healthcare organizations are facing enormous challenges modernizing their IT infrastructure. A myriad of issues challenges the industry from rapidly expanding volumes of imaging data to regulatory compliance, forming a perfect storm.
HP is the best positioned IT infrastructure partner to help the industry grapple with these challenges. HP Converged Medical Storage Solutions provide the following customer benefits:
HP Converged Medical Infrastructure delivers the data center of the future today while helping healthcare providers overcome IT sprawl using innovations that deliver new levels of simplicity, integration, and automation in managing patient data. This innovation unites servers, storage, networking, applications, power, and cooling on a single, highly efficient platform that can handle any workload, anywhere, anytime. This converged infrastructure supports powerful medical imaging and electronic medical records solutions based on GE Centricity Enterprise Archive, Agfa IMPAX and IMPAX Data Center (IDC), McKesson Horizon, Sectra PACS, and many more.Learn more:
The integration of HP Converged Medical Infrastructure with picture archiving and communication system (PACS) software from our partners delivers healthcare organizations of all sizes a range of all-in-one solutions that feature integrated software running on a converged data center infrastructure from HP.Learn more:
A highly reliable, always-on infrastructure ensures better, more efficient control of patient records. HP has over 30 years of experience providing IT infrastructure to support electronic medical records solutions that integrate patient records from all locations. These solutions include the broad portfolio of HP products—including handhelds, laptops, desktops, servers, and storage.Learn more:
For healthcare organizations that are looking for a Vendor Neutral Archiving (VNA) solution as an alternative to PACS, HP partners with imaging and archiving software vendors to open the lines of communication between vendors, ensure compliance with data retention regulations, and balance performance with cost to help propel the healthcare industry in its quest to create a patient-centric electronic medical record system.Learn more: