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CASE STUDY: The Role of Enterprise Staffing and Scheduling in Quality Assurance

January 29, 2007

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Memorial Hermann Health System in Houston, Texas, includes 10 acute care hospitals with more than 3,000 licensed beds. The medical staff totals more than 5,300 physicians, and the system’s workforce consists of 18,000 employees. Like all large health systems across the country, Memorial Hermann faces the challenge of finding creative solutions to the cost and […]

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A Vision Shared

January 29, 2007

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Global Care Solutions identified in 1997 that a single integrated Total Hospital Information System (THIS) is what clinicians and administrators need for their facilities. This would provide users with optimal work flow and reliability. Since those early days, a totally integrated, single database solution that serves the entire facility’s needs was born: GCS Hospital 2000 […]

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CASE STUDY: Hitachi Data Systems / SingHealth

January 29, 2007

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Industry: Health Care   Solution: Hardware: Hitachi TagmaStore™ Universal Storage Platforms, model USP100 and Hitachi Thunder 9520V™ workgroup modular storage Software: Hitachi Resource Manager™ utility package, Universal Volume Manager, Universal Replicator, ShadowImage™ In-System Replication, Dynamic Link Manager™, HiCommand® Device Manager, HiCommand Protection Manager, and HiCommand Storage Services Manager software Services: Provided by Hitachi Data Systems […]

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The Clinical and Financial Transformation of Asia’s Largest Private Hospital

January 29, 2007

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Established in 1980, Bumrungrad Hospital is a recognized provider of premium private healthcare throughout Thailand and Southeast Asia. Bumrungrad is the first hospital in Asia to be accredited by the U.S.-based Joint Commission on International Accreditation. Located in central Bangkok, the hospital is a 554-bed tertiary care facility serving over 1.2 million patients annually. This […]

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CASE STUDY: Hitachi Data Systems / University of Utah Health Services Center

January 29, 2007

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Industry: Education and Health Services Solution: Hitachi TagmaStore™ Universal Storage Platform Model USP100 McDATA edge switches and core directors Externally attached Hitachi Thunder 9585V™ ultra high-end and Thunder 9520V™ workgroup modular storage systems The University of Utah Hospital opened its doors to serve the local community in July 1965.This single facility has grown into what […]

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WiFi-Based Patient Monitoring

January 29, 2007

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Consumers and industry alike have enthusiastically embraced wireless technology because it greatly expands our freedom to communicate and exchange data, bringing unprecedented productivity and convenience to our business and personal lives. Driven by the lower cost of wireless components, the healthcare sector is following suit and the growth of wireless networking in hospitals is skyrocketing. […]

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Hitachi Application Optimized Storage™Solutions for Aligning IT and Business Objectives

January 29, 2007

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Executive Summary From Fortune 100 enterprises to small businesses, in today’s business world, applications and the storage environments they depend upon have become critical drivers of business processes and decisions that impact organizational growth, risk, and profitability. Therefore, it’s imperative that businesses more closely align storage infrastructure with application needs. Application Optimized Storage™ solutions from […]

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Early Experiences With Positive Patient Identification

January 29, 2007

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Like most hospitals, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is focused on maximizing patient safety, quality and value. Over the past few years, we’ve implemented provider order entry, guidelines/care plans and electronic medical records. However, one great question remains unanswered. How do we positively identify our patients so that we are confident they are receiving the […]

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Q&A With Lewis Winning

January 29, 2007

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Hitachi Data Systems’ vice president of worldwide sales operations discusses how his company addresses data storage issues in healthcare, how ROI should be expected as part of any data storage solution and how Hitachi Data Systems sees the future Healthcare Technology: How can storage solutions from Hitachi Data Systems contribute to efficiency in the healthcare […]

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