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Posted:  21 Nov 2013
Published:  16 Dec 2011
Format:  HTML
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English

One of the current challenges in healthcare is meaningful use and OhioHealth has some deadlines to meet to get meaningful use implemented, and what that entails is electronic medical records. For electronic medical records, that data has to be stored indefinitely. OhioHealth must be able to recover and produce it at any point in time for medical and legal reasons.

Fortunately there is a storage manager available to help OhioHealth recover data if it is needed. Read this case study to learn more about the benefits of this storage manager, such as:

  • Eliminated hours of time for managing an environment
  • Enables staff to offload some of the restores to its data center team
  • Enables staff to use their additional time to focus on other aspects of organization

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