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In today’s volatile weather environment, protecting patient’s information is critical for maintaining quality patient care and complying with healthcare regulations such as HIPAA. Many institutions do not have disaster recovery (DR) plans in place, making it difficult if not impossible to restore or recapture this information easily. In addition, often this information is stored on media such as magnetic tape that can easily be corrupted.
DR is defined as the processes, policies, and procedures of restoring operations critical to the resumption of business after a natural or human induced disaster and in the event of a system downtime: as an example switching PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System). The plan should include a cost-effective way to balance Recovery Time and Recovery Point objectives and ensure minimal disruption to clinical workflows. This radio show will discuss scenarios and case studies to show how customers have implemented a reliable, compliant and cost-effective DR solution using a combination of On-premises and Cloud based archiving services.
Join Enterprise Efficiency executive editor Curtis Franklin and his guests, Robert Slocum, Sr. Product Marketing Manager of Storage & Security at Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences, and Dan Trott, Worldwide Strategy and Business Development Executive, Dell Unified Clinical Archive Solution, as they explore the tools and practices for protecting critical patient information.
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