Advance patient care with
scalable all-flash data storage
for your Epic EHR environment

Digital transformation continues to accelerate across all
industries as organizations seek to increase efficiencies
while responding to rapidly evolving trends and end user
demands. Healthcare in particular is undergoing dramatic
transformations in just about every area of care delivery
due to the exponential growth in the amount of data,1 the
general trend of digital adoption,2 and the increased use of
data analytics.3 In just the last couple of years alone we have
seen a much greater reliance on digital health services and
data-driven outcomes, particularly in the areas of telehealth,
medical imaging, and remote monitoring.

Some of the most important data comes from wearables, IoT
devices, and bedside biomedical devices. These connected
devices monitor patients constantly and generate massive
amounts of data, especially in critical-care environments
with multiple instruments, providing valuable insights into a
patient’s condition. Although much of the granular data goes
unused today, stored medical data holds great promise in
being able to deliver better, more proactive patient care and a
more personalized approach to medicine.

According to a recent analyst report, the majority of
healthcare organizations are most interested in using data
to improve patient care while reducing costs.4 Doing so,
however, requires that data be readily accessible in real
time, especially at the point of care. Healthcare providers
are leveraging electronic health record (EHR) platforms like
Epic to achieve this level of on-demand data accessibility.

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11th May 2022