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Calling the healthcare CIO’s plate full is an understatement, to say the least. Between the HITECH Act supporting the adoption of electronic health records (EHRs), the multiple requirements involved as part of the three Meaningful Use stages identified for EHR adoption, new ICD-10 Codes, payment reform, health information exchanges, patient and provider portals, phew. It’s no wonder that disaster recovery planning often gets left off the plate—relegated, if it’s lucky, to a fruit cup on the side.

And yet, the importance of Disaster Recovery Planning has never been greater in the healthcare industry than it is today. Healthcare organizations—and hospitals in particular—must maintain a high degree of system and network availability. Their patients’ lives quite literally depend on it. If the system goes down and a healthcare organization can’t access its’ patients’ data, the health of those patients is placed in jeopardy.

At IPR, we understand the particular IT challenges facing healthcare CIO’s today. We can work with you to identify your systems and applications, determine the impact to patients and care delivery if they were to go down, and recommend a comprehensive solution to ensure the continuous protection and accessibility of your patients’ data.

You can pick and choose from IPR’s full suite of solutions—including colocation, private cloud, virtual private data center, disaster recovery, and managed services—to deliver the custom IT solutions your organization needs. And you can do it while also meeting your requirements for control, security, and cost effectiveness. In the event that a remote data center makes most sense for your organization, IPR features two superior, secure, redundant, Tier III+ centers that boast 99.999% up time over the past 11 years. We are also fully compliant with all HIPAA regulations, and you can rest easy knowing that your data will be compliant regardless of which IPR solution or solutions you choose.

The days of being able to ignore disaster recovery are gone. You need a comprehensive disaster recovery solution in place now. IPR can help with all of your company’s disaster recovery needs. For more info about our disaster recovery solutions, visit our disaster recovery services page.

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