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Which hospital systems to prioritize when planning for disaster recovery

October 12, 2010 No Comments

One of the major concerns surrounding Health IT is the protection and security of healthcare data. Hospital Information Systems (HIS) and Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems are dexterous, their databases are constantly being updated daily as patients are being checked in and out. Shahid Shah, an enterprise software analyst that specializes in healthcare IT, recently blogged about how to decide which hospital systems to prioritize when planning for disaster recovery. He interviews Charles Mallio, VP of BridgeHead and former employer at MEDITECH about this topic.
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