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Disaster recovery and business continuity


January 15, 2014  2:57 PM

Trusted health IT solutions: Survey identifies gaps, opportunities



Posted by: adelvecchio
Data breach, Data loss, health IT, IT as a Service, PHI, Protected health information

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December 4, 2013  2:08 PM

Healthcare risk assessment guide: Steps for disaster preparation



Posted by: adelvecchio
Disaster planning, Protected health information, Risk assessment

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January 2, 2013  11:32 AM

Big data in health care: Who does the heavy lifting?



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
ACO, Big data, Disaster recovery

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October 19, 2012  10:35 AM

Disaster recovery strategy’s impact on patient care



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
data, data protection, Data security, Disaster recovery, patient centered care

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September 20, 2012  12:06 PM

IHT2 panel: What is needed to make the cloud “fly” in health care?



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
99.999, Cloud, Cloud computing, continuous availability, Desktop virtualization, Disaster recovery and business continuity, downtime, five nines, iHT2, Institute for Health Technology Transformation, service level agreements, uptime, virtualization

“Get your head out of the clouds!” is a phrase that typically carries with it a negative connotation -- one of being unconnected, ungrounded.  Going the way of the cloud -- cloud computing, that is -- is...


July 26, 2012  12:44 PM

BI and enterprise data management: Making data useful at the enterprise level



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
BI, business analytics, business analytics strategy, business intelligence, centralized warehouse, data, data integration, data warehouse, Natural language processing, NLP

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April 26, 2012  3:45 PM

HIT Exchange live chat transcript: Infrastructure resiliency and disaster preparedness



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
Disaster planning, Disaster preparedness, health IT infrastructure, Infrastructure resiliency

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February 8, 2012  12:35 PM

Analytics alone cannot improve health care: Integrating with quality improvement initiatives



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
BI, Data analytics, Quality

Guest post by: Trevor Strome MSc, PMP, Informatics Lead, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority; Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba Analytics are not a magic bullet A sales representative from a major...


December 23, 2011  12:00 AM

Telehealth, the cloud and BI — oh my! Top 7 community blogs of 2011



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
BI, business intelligence, Cloud computing, Disaster planning, Disaster recovery, EHR, EHR Adoption, health information exchange, HIE, mHealth, RECs, Siri, telehealth

You'd be hard pressed to find a health care IT professional who wouldn't agree that 2011 was a monumental year for HIT innovation, advancement, adoption and policy. The first electronic health record...

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December 13, 2011  2:29 PM

Executive webcast: Infrastructure resiliency and disaster preparedness at UPenn Med



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
Disaster preparedness, Disaster recovery, DR, Infrastructure, Infrastructure resiliency, UPenn, UPenn Med

Thanks to everyone for participating in our LIVE CHAT with John on disaster preparedness strategies for health IT leaders on Wednesday, April...


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