Increasingly, healthcare provider organizations are faced with modernizing their medical applications and infrastructure to improve patient care quality, increase clinician productivity, reduce IT costs, and meet security and compliance requirements for patients’ personal health information. Implementing these new systems carries large risks for healthcare organizations. How do they know the new systems will actually work? What assurances do they have that end user clinician productivity will be increased, and not decreased? How do they know they will achieve return on their IT investments?
This HP Mobile Care reference architecture describes HP’s proven approach to addressing all of these concerns, built around a robust virtual desktop infrastructure. While the tested implementation focuses on the hardware and software needed to create a 500-user highly-available building block, the results can be scaled to very large implementations with 10s of thousands of clinical end users, covering small clinical installations to very large, multi-site enterprise healthcare provider installations. And while the reference architecture focuses on the healthcare vertical, the architecture presented can easily be applied to a number of industries, from financial services, to call centers, to education and government institutions,
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