Simplify the growing complexities of healthcare data management. Commvault healthcare solutions fully support your clinical environment with compatibility across all major applications, hardware, and OS platforms.
Epic EHR Data Protection Solution
The Epic electronic health record system (EHR) is a single-database EHR for the healthcare industry, serving mid-size and large medical groups, hospitals, and integrated healthcare organizations. Epic EHR systems use a central Intersystems Caché database to manage all patient records and transactions, with secondary reporting databases and presentation servers. The Commvault Epic EHR Data Protection Solution uses the IntelliSnap technology to take a point-in-time snapshot of the data volume with the database in a fully quiesced state. The software can then automatically create and mount database clones that are used for testing and reporting without any impact on the InterSystems Caché databases. The Epic EHR Data Protection Solution provides full-system backup and restore capabilities for all remaining servers in the Epic environment in the manner that Epic recommends in the Epic Business Continuity Technical Solutions Guide.
For more information, see Epic EHR Data Protection Solution Overview.
Medical Imaging is a comprehensive solution that provides unified protection and recovery of images residing on a computer. In addition to image files, other type of files can also receive complete protection, such as video and audio files. Medical Imaging also provides an integrated migration process that archives the backed up images. The archiving process periodically moves the qualifying files to less expensive secondary storage, thereby reducing the size of data stored on the primary storage. For more information, see Overview - Medical Imaging.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) has two parts. Title I of HIPAA protects health insurance coverage for workers and their families when they change or lose their jobs. Title II of HIPAA, known as the Administrative Simplification (AS) provisions, requires the establishment of national standards for electronic health care transactions and national identifiers for providers, health insurance plans, and employers. Title II has five rules: the Privacy Rule (45 CFR 164.501, 164.508, 164.512(i)), the Security Rule (45 CFR Part 160 and Part 164, Subparts A and C), the Transactions and Code Sets Rule, the Unique Identifiers Rule, and the Enforcement Rule. For more information, see HIPAA Security Overview.
The Commvault Clinical Archiving solution uses the ObjectStore as a long-term archive repository to store data records from Picture Archive and Communication Systems (PACS) with efficient space utilization and operating costs. Healthcare organizations can migrate large volumes of PACS data into the Commvault Clinical Archive and benefit from our enterprise scale solution that provides secure, PACS neutral, long term data accessibility. For more information, see Clinical Archiving Overview.
Clinical Image Archiving
With Commvault Clinical Image Archiving, you can archive, search, and restore your medical imaging data directly from your medical imaging software. All of the archived data is centrally located and accessible from any medical imaging endpoint using Commvault ObjectStore technology. For more information, see Clinical Image Archiving.
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