Technology | October 27, 2010

Private Cloud Aids Integration, Efficiency

Private Cloud Aids Integration, Efficiency

A private cloud strategy, by EMC, lets healthcare providers simply and efficiently utilize information to make more informed clinical, operational and financial decisions. The company offers ways for healthcare providers to optimize care, reduce cost, and increase productivity through the accelerated adoption of electronic health record (EHR). For example, its Document Imaging for Medical Records converts medical records to indexed electronic data records and delivers them directly to the health information management (HIM) or EHR system. This eliminates the need for manual data entry. EMC provides efficient, convenient and secure enrollment and authentication to patient portals, enhancing compliance and mitigating online data breaches. The RSA Secure Web Access for Patient and Provider Portals secures the exchange of protected health information by creating a centralized security service. From there, it can enroll new users, authenticate with the appropriate level of security, authorize access and create a centrally managed audit log. Also, archive imaging technology improves operational efficiency through DICOM federation and allows for universal viewing through the EHR. The company’s Atmos Vendor Neutral Archive provides transparency of applications from infrastructure making it possible to quickly change either. Through a strict adherence to IHE industry standards the Atmos VNA solution scales from the smallest imaging center to the largest Petabyte scale hospital network. For more information:

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