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VMware Desktop Virtualization Helps Healthcare Providers Improve Patient Care
Date:2/6/2008

Kindred Healthcare, Huntsville Hospital, and Metropolitan Health Use VMware Virtual Desktops to Make Patient Data Available at Point of Care with

Higher Security and Lower Overall Costs

PALO ALTO, Calif., Feb. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- U.S. healthcare providers of all sizes are turning to VMware (NYSE: VMW) virtual desktop solutions to relieve many of the "pain points" of desktop computing, including high management costs and low data security. National providers such as Kindred Healthcare and major regional providers including Huntsville Hospital and Metropolitan Health are now using VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) to give care providers the mobility and reliability they need to access patient information at the point of care, and at the same time, enable data center staff to manage IT more efficiently with the strict security controls required by government regulations and patient privacy needs.

VMware VDI integrates VMware Infrastructure 3 and the new VMware Virtual Desktop Manager 2 in an easy-to-manage desktop virtualization solution. With VMware virtual desktops, healthcare providers can host traditional desktops as virtual machines running on centralized servers in a datacenter, making management easier for IT staff and controls on sensitive data stronger. Caregivers can access their virtual desktops remotely from any traditional PC, laptop, or thin client, giving them greater flexibility. IT administrators can authorize access only to applications and data necessary for each user, and data never resides on the physical device, preventing loss or theft of data. This level of control is especially important in the healthcare industry where the Health Insurance Portability and Accountabil
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