Healthcare Data Management Builds a Healthier City
sponsored by Intel

With a population of about 3.1 million, Jinzhou is a major port city and regional center in Liaoning, China. In a bid to become a healthier city, the city government established a municipal health care data center to house the digital versions of residents’ health cards.

Check out this informative case study today to discover how Jinzhou City was able to overcome data management challenges, greatly improve search and analytics capabilities, and more. Learn about the technologies they implemented to achieve these benefits, and discover how they were able to overcome today's storage challenges while future-proofing their health care infrastructure to meet the demands of tomorrow as well.

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