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Daughters of Charity Health System Improves IT Efficiency and Accelerates Time-to-Treatment with EMC
Date:12/2/2008

California Health System Builds Resilient, Cost and Energy Efficient Information Infrastructure

HOPKINTON, Mass., Dec. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- EMC Corporation (NYSE: EMC), the world leader in information infrastructure solutions, today announced that the Daughters of Charity Health System (DCHS), a regional system of six hospitals spanning the California coast, has consolidated storage and servers and implemented business continuity functions to deliver new online clinical systems, better protect data, maximize energy efficiency in the datacenter and reduce IT administration costs.

Michael Day, Director of Information Technology, DCHS, said, "Quality and compassionate patient care is embedded in everything we do here. Toward that end, we've automated several new clinical functions, such as making radiology images available electronically to physicians, nurses and other healthcare providers. Because these new initiatives have required substantially more storage, we've created a more dynamic, flexible environment to manage rapid growth of our information infrastructure. And because 24/7 is the standard in a clinical setting, we've embraced new business continuity strategies to ensure patient care interruptions are minimized."

DCHS hospitals and clinics in California access data for centralized clinical applications, such as the Quadramed Computerized Patient Record, Misys Electronic Health Record and McKesson Picture Archiving Communications Systems (PACS), which are stored on EMC CLARiiON(R) networked storage systems. The CLARiiON systems are installed in two Texas datacenters operated by Perot Systems, a worldwide IT solutions provider that manages IT operations for DCHS. In addition, the CLARiiON systems have been implemented at each of DCHS's major hospitals to manage local applications, such as Microsoft(R)
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