Hewlett Packard‘s converged infrastructure platform has been selected by an Indiana-based nonprofit hospital to manage healthcare applications and electronic medical records.
Johnson Memorial Hospital deployed the HP 3PAR StoreServe storage appliance, StoreOnce backup system and Proliant DL380 server blades with BladeSystem c7000 enclosures to manage information systems across the facility, HP said Wednesday.
“Hospitals are under significant pressure to reduce costs while struggling to manage digital record growth, which makes implementing modern storage a business imperative,” said Chris Riley, vice president of HP’s U.S. storage business.
Riley added the company aims to improve patient care by using the technology.
The hospital is using the HP platform to replicate and back up critical data and help clinicians access patient information, HP says.
HP worked with Park Place International to migrate Johnson’s EHR, radiology, clinical and financial management systems into the new infrastructure.