FAQ: What is Health Data Archiving?

FAQ: What is Health Data Archiving?


Due to state laws and the federal Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), health care facilities are required to save enormous amounts of patient data every year. As a result, health data archiving should be a key component of every facility’s IT plan.

With the many options for data archiving, ranging from on-site tiered storage to off-site storage through a cloud service provider, health care decision-makers need to make the right choice for their organization’s needs.

Access this resourceful eguide for an in-depth guide to data archiving topics such as:

  • Security considerations
  • Data deduplication technologies
  • Pros and cons of cloud archiving services
  • Regulations that govern health care data storage
  • And more

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26 Feb 2013
26 Feb 2013
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