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Running Mission-Critical EMR Applications on Linux* and Intel® Architecture
by HP & Intel®

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Published on: August 24, 2012
Type of content: CASE STUDY
Format: Unknown
Length: 4 pages
Price: FREE

Overview:

Because lives often depend on clinicians having quick, always available access to patients information and other clinical tools, the highest levels of performance and uptime are essential to the success of your hospital. Thus, many health care organizations are adopting EHRs and other advanced medical technologies to ensure the highest quality patient care.


But, the high cost of the architectures that have traditionally hosted these types of applications are slowing progress. 


This case study examines how one hospital was able to ensure high levels of EHR and clinical application uptime and performance with new blade server technology that didn't break the bank. 


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