RAPID DATA GROWTH IN Healthcare. Solved.
Data management, storage and cloud readiness for
medical imageS and other unstructured data.
Nowhere is data more critical than in healthcare. And it’s growing at ever-accelerating rates, currently 50% per year, growth that’s fueled by regulatory retention requirements, ever-improving medical imaging technology, the ubiquity of Electronic Health Records (EHR), enhanced treatment technologies, surveillance video and even aging populations.
SECURITY, SHARING AND SILOS
This data explosion in healthcare comes with a host of security and privacy concerns, limited flexibility, shadow IT and intense cost-savings pressure. Departmental PACS and storage silos make consistent data management, security and availability a huge challenge. Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) are still on the horizon, and hospitals are looking to public clouds for their services and remote and global access.
Having the right patient health information storage in place affects both individual patient care and institutional efficiency. Scality delivers, providing superior data management and storage that maintains the integrity of data and keeps it on-line and readily available, guaranteed. All that, and a low TCO.
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FULL INFORMATION PACK
Technology’s PRESSURE ON DIGITAL MEDICINE
EXPLOSIVE GROWTH, REGULATION & COMPLEXITY
CRITICAL DATA GROWTH
In 2016, US Hospitals managed one Exabyte of imaging data. That data is now growing at 50% per year.
Scality RING offer unbounded scalability expanding store as required, with no downtime or disruption of access.
Imaging costs amount to more than $100 billion per year. Currently 7.5-10% of total medical costs is imaging.
Scality software is designed to be deployed on standard x86 hardware & standard IP networks for compatibility and lower cost so you can put your budget where its needed most.
Regulatory oversight governing retention, availability, privacy and security is growing. 4.39m records were exposed in Q3 2018.
Supports regulatory requirements for privacy and security. RING offers secure multi-tenancy with AWS compatible Identity and Access Management (IAM) Signature v4 authentication, access-control and industry-standard AES256 encryption.
Hospitals want the services and cost advantages of cloud computing & storage, but cloud, and its integration into the healthcare workflow, needs to be simple, secure and manageable.
ZENKO provides comprehensive data governance with global visibility, global search and data mobility across all clouds, enabling integration of medical imaging workflows with public and private clouds.
VALUE OF DATA
The fact that health, wellbeing and even lives depend on these images is clear, but 80% of healthcare providers don’t yet have a data management strategy.
With both object and native file capabilities, Scality is proven with multiple PACS, VNAs, backup applications and more.
ACCESS IS CRITICAL
Uptime and 100% availability are critical to patient care and clinician satisfaction.
Assured data availability: RING provides 24×7 uptime through self-healing architecture.
WHERE SCALITY FITS IN THE HEALTHCARE LANDSCAPE
DATA MANAGEMENT & STORAGE
Unstructured data (including images, videos, documents, data backups, logs, IoT data and more) is the fastest growing part of data overall; IDC estimates that it will amount to 160 Zettabytes by 2025. Medical images – the data stored in radiology, cardiology, pathology, dermatology and other departmental PACS, makes up the greatest portion of a hospital’s unstructured data. Keeping those images intact and available is paramount. Scality does just that for our medium-to-large (250+ bed) hospitals, specialty groups & research university hospital customers.
Scality is a specialist in storing, protecting and managing massive amounts of unstructured data, both on-premises and in public clouds.
ENTERPRISE IMAGE MANAGEMENT
A patient-centric imaging infrastructure that manages imaging data from across the ‘ologies’, eliminating departmental silos.
VNA – Asset Management
25% of hospitals will purchase a VNA this year.
Hospitals now acquiring sequencers for clinical usage.
Protection of Medical Records & Images
Target for EMR backup through leading solutions (Veeam, Commvault, Veritas NBU).
Long-term archiving for compliance & research analytics.
Protection of stored data from ransomware attacks.