|Cloud-based services to come to Wood County Hospital|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 09 July 2013 09:05|
Telesystem has secured an agreement to be the provider of cloud-based services for Wood County Hospital.
“Telesystem’s cloud-based services fit the needs of Wood County Hospital perfectly and are designed to scale for our future growth,” said Joanne White, chief information officer, Wood County Hospital. “It enables us to significantly reduce costs associated with capital expenses and infrastructure while allowing our employees to focus on higher value activities.”
The implementation of Telesystem’s cloud servers will enable the hospital to improve communications and access to information in a highly secure manner, using Telesystem’s private E-LAN network, while also providing these additional benefits:
• Hosting of Electronic Medical Records in a secure environment in compliance with the stringent data security policies and health care industry regulations.
• Computing resources are provided via Telesystem’s Network Operations Center, built to withstand a direct hit from an F5 tornado.
• There is end-to-end redundancy, which ensures that should a hardware component fail, downtime will be minimized if not eliminated.
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