Data Sheets and Solution Overviews
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure - Lessons Learned for a Successful Deployment
Presented by Matt Donahue, Leo Maguire, Samuel Mata, Park Place International, and Annette Ballard, Murray-Calloway County Hospital
MEDITECH requires a 3- tier connectivity solution for connecting wireless devices and devices in remote locations to the MEDITECH HCIS. Join our panel of industry experts and an experienced customer in a round table discussion where we will dive into the real-world challenges of deploying and using a 3-tier solution, whether on-site in your data center or delivered from a cloud provider. We will examine a variety of issues associated with implementing client access, including firewall security, session roaming, end-user devices, printing, and BYOD (bring-your-own device) policies, and strategies to address them.
To view the presentation, click here: MUSE Presentation 1094
Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery - Improving Cost and Performance
Presented by Mark Middleton, Park Place International, and Audrey Parks, Salinas Valley Healthcare System
Disaster recovery services can be complex and costly, but absolutely essential in our world of electronic medical records and healthcare reform. Join Audrey Parks, Senior Administrative Director of IT at Salinas Valley, and Mark Middleton, Vice President of Cloud Services at Park Place International as they discuss ideas for advancing disaster recovery solutions for healthcare, including ways to reduce Recover Point and Time Objectives, strategies for reducing cost, resilient network designs, and lessons learned from real-world implementation and testing. The session will include how to determine critical services, tips for implementation and testing, an overview of network designs, backup technologies, client access methods, and data replication technologies.
Click to view MUSE Presentation 1093
MEDITECH Technical Systems Update 2014
Presented by Jim Fitzgerald, Joseph Kelley, Mark Middleton, Rob Bruno, Leo Maguire, and Samuel Mata, Park Place International
Exciting things are happening at MEDITECH with their upcoming Ambulatory EHR, Business Analytics, new Web front ends in 6.1.4 and up, as well as ever-expanding interoperability and extensive updates to support ARRA. Join CTO Matt Donahue, Jim Fitzgerald and a panel of Senior Technical Staff from Park Place International to get an up-to-the conference view of these important evolutions to MEDITECH and how they will impact planning for access, availability, networks, systems, storage, and security. Participants will gain important insights as to how to align their technology strategy to best take advantage of new developments. The panel will also devote some time to the current state of the MEDITECH technology platform and share the most recent insights on backup and recovery, disk and file access table defragmentation, systems management, and security given MEDITECH’s most recent technical bulletins. Time will also be allotted for extensive Q&A, so bring your tough questions with you!
Click to view MUSE Presentation 1100
Revisiting Network and Security Architecture in the Virtual Era
Presented by Jim Fitzgerald and Jay Bazzinotti, Park Place International
Virtualization has taken over server farms and is bleeding its way into storage and networking. The disbursement of Meaningful Use dollars has been accompanied by a new set of audit teeth in the HIPAA and HITECH acts. Networks architected and installed during the Clinton/Bush era cannot handle the full-blown “network computer” created by virtualization nor can they easily accommodate the security and availability needs of modern healthcare. Join leading technologists from Park Place for a fast-paced discussion of new technologies that lower the cost of modern networking, enhance internal and external security, and improve systems availability in line with planned enhancements to the MEDITECH platform.
Click to view MUSE Presentation 1099
Build a Reliable Infrastructure for Patient Care
Presented by Matt Donahue, Park Place International, and Michael Martz, Meadville Medical Center
Now more than ever, your MEDITECH HCIS is a critical instrument in providing patient care. Matt Donahue, Park Place International’s CTO, reviews the technology and design options available to build a resilient, highly available private cloud infrastructure platform for the MEDITECH HCIS. Meadville Medical Center put high availability, data recovery, and operational continuance considerations as priorities when it came to implementing MEDITECH 6.1. Learn from Mike Martz, CIO, about his organization’s goals and concerns, the impact they had on the design process, and the strategies and technologies they deployed to meet these goals.
Click to view MUSE Presentation 1095