With new hospitals come new data centers
May 23, 2012, 10:13 am by Healthcare IT News
Silver Cross Hospital’s recently opened data center puts it at the forefront of an emerging healthcare trend, according to Mortensen Construction, a company with hospital projects across the country. Combining construction of new hospitals with new data centers is becoming more common, according to company executives.
The trend is driven, they say, by the need to accommodate an explosion in applications and patient data – not only documents, but also images and videos.
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