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Frederick Memorial Healthcare System

 

Virtualization Cures Frederick Memorial Healthcare’s Server Ills

“It used to take two to three weeks to procure a server, rack it, cable it, and get the operating system laid down. We can now deploy a server in about 30 minutes. That’s just one of the ways that virtualization has been a big feather in the cap of the engineering department here at the hospital.”

— Roy Turner, Server Systems Engineer

Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

 

Frimley Park Hospital has virtualized all of its A&E department desktops using VMware View technology, creating a secure and easy to manage unified system, which has resulted in time savings and a drop in energy bills.

“We pride ourselves in providing our patients with the best possible care and so keeping abreast of the latest innovations and developments is vital to our success. When we virtualised our ED department’s desktops we freed up the IT team’s and clinical staff’s time, paved the way for major energy savings and improved security across the board”

— Jon Petre, Infrastructure Lead, Frimley Park Hospital

FUJIFILM Medical Systems USA

 

Fujifilm Medical Systems Rolls Out SaaS Offering of Synapse® PACS, Synapse RIS, Disaster Recovery and Remote Image Archiving to Customers

“Many health care providers, in particular, smaller hospitals and specialized clinics, don’t have the necessary capital to invest in infrastructure or IT staff to support their PACS and medical information management systems. By providing Synapse PACS, Synapse RIS, data storage and archive as managed services, we’re satisfying a need that many of our customers had. Plus, we’ve created opportunities to attract new customers who might otherwise not have considered our Synapse products.”

— Jim Morgan, Vice President of Medical Informatics

Gangnam Severance Hospital

 

By moving to a VDI environment based on VMware View™, GSH was able to comply with new data security requirements and improve mobile access to medical information, without requiring costly hardware upgrades.

"We tested old PCs with a view to minimising our procurement spend – and to our surprise, we found no significant performance difference between these and new machines in a VDI environment. So we were able to reduce expenses by continuing to use the current equipment."

— Sung-Il Kim, Director, Gangnam Severance Hospital, Yonsei University

GFO

 

When IT becomes a matter of life or death

“VMware is the only provider of virtualization solutions that meets our requirements. As the data center for a hospital, we depend on the absolute reliability of our systems. This must not be compromised in any way regardless of savings measures.”

— Hans Peter Klaus, System Service Divisional Director

Hinduja Hospitals

 

Hinduja Hospital embraces VMware Zimbra to improve collaboration and support world-class patient care

“We evaluated different solutions in addition to Zimbra. Though all the products offered all the features, we found that Zimbra was more user friendly, and quite easy to maintain. I think a lot of people will want to move to Zimbra when they understand the feature sets, simplicity and cost savings.”

— Mahesh Shinde, Dy. , Director IT & Telecomm

Iatric Systems

 

Video montage featuring customers using vCloud Air featured during Bill Fathers keynote session at VMWorld 2014. Customers featured include SAIC, Iatric Systems and Perforce Software as they discuss how vCloud Air is changing how they do business and how they have benefited from using vCloud solution.

“The challenge was, how do we build a bigger system, vCloud Air has given us a solution that is cost effective, that is secure, that is robust, that is scalable but is something we can also implement very easily and rapidly for the customer”

— Shon Barrier, VP, Information Technology Services, Iatric Systems

IBA

 

Alain Delaby, IT manager at IBA talks about his 10 years journey of using VMware virtualization and how it has helped him to have a good continuity of service with their main business applications.

“We are always looking what new features we can bring to our business to make it more reliable and easier to manage and that are the main interests. At this point, VMware is still meeting our expectations so we are continuing to work on that.”

— Alain Delaby, IT manager at IBA

Jackson Hospital

 

Barriers Fall to Jackson Hospital Virtualization of McKesson HPF Virtualization Cuts Costs, Simplifies IT Management, & Frees Clinicians to Spend More Time with Patients

“Why did we virtualize with VMware vSphere? The question is, why wouldn’t we? Jackson Hospital is aiming for 100 percent datacenter virtualization on vSphere. The benefits are huge, including improved manageability, greater reliability, easier scaling, better leveraging of hardware and software investments, and lower cost.”

— Jacob Corbin, IT Infrastructure Team leader

John C. Lincoln Health Network

 

Diagnosis: Overcrowded Data Center. Remedy: Virtualization

“Intel’s Xeon processors work with the VMware Infrastructure 3 platform to give us the maximum server consolidation per dollar. If our virtual infrastructure was a car, we’d be getting more than 100 miles per gallon.”

— Matt Mancini, Network Administrator

John Muir Health

 

VMware vFabric tc Server Streamlines Application Deployment. John Muir Health is a not-for-profit health care organization that includes two of the largest medical centers in Contra Costa County, California – the Walnut Creek and Concord campuses of John Muir Medical Center.

“With tc Server, we have a more reliable and maintainable deployment strategy and it takes a lot less time. In the past, having to restart Tomcat, we could easily spend 30 minutes to an hour just setting up an instance and getting it running. Now, with tc Server, it’s a few clicks, and it takes less than 15 minutes to get an application up and running.”

— Ryan Mahon, Systems Integration Analyst

Kadlec Medical Center

 

Use VMware Technology To Guarantee The Availability Of Healthcare Critical Applications While Saving Money, Power And Space In The Datacenter

“Running applications on ESX ensures their reliability, which is the number-one reason we began adopting it across the board in our datacenter. So many of our applications and systems are absolutely vital to staff and patients. So making sure they’re available whenever they’re needed is our paramount concern.”

— Tim Harper, Senior Systems Analyst

Kaweah Delta Health Care District

 

Kaweah Delta Health Care District is using VMware to Dramatically Improve Availability and Run Tier 1, Mission-Critical Applications—Plus Create a New Revenue Stream

“We are moving as many of our mission-critical applications to the VMware environment as we can. I see VMware as our primary platform. It gives me peace of mind about availability and performance because it just works. I never have to deal with it. And the improved utilization helps control costs. These days, the first thing we ask a new software vendor is, ‘Does it run on VMware?’”

— Dave Gravender, Vice President and CIO

Kettering Health Network

 

Explore how Kettering Health Network deployed a VMware View virtual desktop environment making it easy for clinicians to adopt their new Epic EMR system.

“By streamlining logins, our VMware View environment functions as a technology accelerator, complementing our Epic implementation to transform how we provide patient care.”

— Bill Hudson, Director of Information Technology

Kindred Healthcare

 

Kindred Healthcare Continues Business Through Disaster

“As a healthcare provider, in the case of a disaster, it is of the utmost importance that Kindred Healthcare can continue to do business as usual. And that means making sure that our internal service providers can maintain operational readiness even during a disaster. We contract with SunGard to provide our IT staff with 250 offsite PCs in the case of a disaster. The hardware independence of VMware ACE gives our users seamless access to their specific ‘Kindred tool set,’ regardless of the x86 hardware SunGard provides us. Knowing our staff will be able to keep Kindred Healthcare doing business as usual, using their same day-to-day computing environment, is an enormous benefit.”

— Rob Rhodes, Technical Consultant

Lakeridge Health Network

 

Lakeridge Health is one of the largest community hospitals in Ontario, Canada, serving more than 600,000 residents of Durham Region. Consisting of three acute hospitals, one specialty hospital, and several off-site facilities, Lakeridge Health manages more than 540 inpatient beds and employs more than 4,000 staff and physicians. Lakeridge Health is coming out of a multi-year capital freeze affecting IT. By deploying VMware Horizon™ (with View), Lakeridge Health now offers physicians bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and new remote access capabilities. Lakeridge Health also implemented VMware vSphere® to bring its data center and Meditech clinical system hardware up to date. Benefits include improved patient privacy and hospital safety; improved physician satisfaction and remote access to systems; better data center performance; and hundreds of thousands of dollars of savings in hardware costs.

“When we evaluated the systems side-by-side on value—in terms of price for functionality—there was no question that VMware was the best choice. We’re talking about hundreds of thousands of dollars of difference.”

— Colin Stairs, CIO and Chief Privacy Office

Laurens County Healthcare System

 

Laurens County Health Care System wanted to attest to Stage 1 of Meaningful Use by summer 2013 but knew it couldn’t deploy Meditech in a physical data center environment because of cost and reliability concerns.

“Physicians are very excited that they can use their own devices from anywhere to access Meditech and review EMRs [electronic medical records] and patient data without physically having to come into the hospital,”

— Gina Driggers, IT Director at Laurens County Healthcare System

Liverpool Women's NHS Foundation Trust

 

Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust virtualized 90 percent of its IT estate within a year when it achieved a 12 to 1 server consolidation ratio, avoiding £300,000 in extra server investment.

“Virtualizing with VMware has made us far more agile as an organization. We’re able to develop and deliver new services more quickly than ever before, which ultimately makes a huge difference to our patient care. Virtualization has also been the foundation for our move to a new cloud infrastructure through which we will deliver IT services to our own users and have the capability to provide similar services to other NHS trusts. With cost savings the number one priority for the public sector today, VMware has already helped us achieve huge reductions across the board in our organisation including a 75 per cent savings in power costs.”

— Dr Zafar Chaudry, CIO

Lotnicze Pogotowie Ratunkowe

 

Brak fizycznej możliwości zainstalowania kolejnych serwerów skłonił dział IT w Lotniczym Pogotowiu Ratunkowym do decyzji o próbie wprowadzenia wirtualizacji do swojej infrastruktury. Brak miejsca hamował nie tylko rozwój usług świadczonych wewnątrz Lotniczego Pogotowia Ratunkowego, ale także ograniczał możliwość wdrożenia sprzętu potrzebnego do prowadzenia testów. Prowadzenie testów na fizycznych maszynach samo w sobie jest utrudnione i nieefektywne - przy maszynach wirtualnych wykonanie klona działającej maszyny wirtualnej lub stworzenie nowego serwera z wykonanego wcześniej wzorca to kwestia paru kliknięć myszką. W wyniku wdrożenia rozwiązań VMware firma uzyskała możliwość dalszego rozwoju dzięki skonsolidowaniu swoich serwerów. Ułatwione też zostało zarządzanie wirtualnymi serwerami oraz skrócono czas reakcji na potrzeby biznesowe. Ograniczono także pobór prądu elektrycznego, którego konsumpcja przy takiej liczbie fizycznych serwerów byłaby znacznie wyższa.

“Gdy wybieraliśmy oprogramowanie firmy VMware do wirtualizacji serwerów, nie było dla niego żadnej rozsądnej, stabilnej alternatywy. Dziś jesteśmy zadowoleni z tej decyzji i nie zamienilibyśmy go na rozwiązanie konkurencyjne.”

— Maciej Paczesny, CIO

Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter

 

Discover how Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter replaced its old desktops with Wyse Zero clients running VMware View. The virtualized desktop environment is less expensive to run and easier to manage.

“VMware View allowed us to clean up and centralize our desktop environment. It improved the manageability of our desktop systems, reduced our desktop costs, and delivered green benefits in the form of power savings.”

— Rob Stumpf, Director of Information Technology
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