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

ile workstations and as a robust business continuity solution as well. With two datacenters, one at the hospital, and one at a satellite office, Metro Health is secure in the knowledge that if one fails, the other is available as back-up, keeping mission-critical medical applications available to doctors and nurses at all times. With the actual remote PC session running on VMware ESX servers in their data centers, sensitive patient data is kept secure in the data center, giving Metro Health ease of mind with regard to HIPAA compliance.

"We have all of our users on VMware virtual desktops, from doctors and nurses accessing medical records from any thin client workstation, to technicians who view X-rays, to professional staff accessing any of our 450+ applications," said Chris House, senior network analyst at Metropolitan Health. "VMware virtual desktops have streamlined the deployment and management of desktops to our staff, and we're confident it's a robust desktop strategy that will pass the test of time, and keep our patient information safe."

Analyst firm IDC predicts the total market for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure products and services will exceed $1 billion by 2011. "Virtual desktop computing helps enterprises across a number of industries improve management efficiency, data security and productivity with little change in the computing experience for many types of users," said Michael Rose of IDC. "For healthcare organizations, where lives depend on having information at your fingertips, virtual desktops are an exciting component of a state-of-the-art hospital of the future."

"VMware virtual desktops give healthcare providers the flexibility and control of a virtualized data center while providing end users with a desktop experience that looks and feels like their normal desktop," said Jeff Jennings, vice president of desktop products and solutions at VMware. "VMware desktop virtualization solutions help hospitals of all sizes to manage
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