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Open Systems Technologies Electronic Medical Record SolutionOpen Systems Technologies (OST) deploys Epic software on Intel® Xeon® processor-based blade servers for a New York Hospital.Healthcare organizations nationwide are moving quickly to implement electronic medical records (EMR) and other advanced information technologies to improve the quality and efficiency of patient care. However, many hospitals and clinics are daunted by the high cost of the UNIX/RISC* architectures that have traditionally been used to host these applications. More cost-effective infrastructure solutions are needed to enable broad adoption, yet the highest levels of performance and uptime are essential, since lives often depend on clinicians having quick, always-available access to patient information and clinical tools.Linux* running on the latest generation of Intel® Xeon® processor-based servers offers a solution, providing mission-critical capabilities at a fraction of the cost of UNIX/RISC architectures. Yet healthcare organizations and the vendors that support them need more than capabilities—they need proven solutions that have demonstrated their reliability and value in real-world clinical settings. One such solution was recently designed and implemented by Open Systems Technologies (OST). Based on Epic software, it provides a scalable and highly-resilient EMR solution running on affordable Intel Xeon processor-based servers and the Linux operating system.Read the full Open Systems Technologies Electronic Medical Record Solution Success Story.
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