Hospitals and Medical Centers
One of the largest regional multi-disciplinary medical centers, with over 28 different departments and over 50 out-patient clinics, offering advanced services in most specialties and over 1,000-bed capacity treating hundreds of thousands of patients per year.
The center employs over 5,000 workers (doctors, nurses, paramedical staff, and administrative and maintenance personnel).
Recent changes in the Medical Device Regulation (MDR) in the classification of medical software products, required new principal and supportive responsibilities for the medical centers and hospitals operations teams.
Strengthen the resilience of multiple workstations such as operations rooms, medical imaging systems, EMR systems, and X-ray machines.
Attend the PACS continuity challenge. A picture archiving and communication system (PACS) is a medical imaging technology that provides economical storage and convenient access to images from multiple modalities (source machine types). The team is required to provide a swift recovery path in case the PACS infrastructure faces unexpected operation interruption from the infrastructure malfunction or a malicious cyber-attack.
14 CRUs, attending the medical center selected departments (phase A), including labour/delivery and some surgery rooms, providing 30-second automated restoration capability.
In addition, 8 CRUs that address the PACS infrastructure.
Starts preparation to phase B - increasing to 90 CRU devises to cover most of the critical workstations and expansion to more systems.
Attending the unique medical operations’ infrastructure (e.g. CT, X-Ray, etc.,) alongside IT infrastructure (Windows-based servers).
Automatic, frequent, backup procedure with simple and straight-forward recovery procedure, allowing any of the medical center personnel to perform a recovery by one click.
Cross medical center simple and intuitive backups and recovery solution - The capability to recover multiple workstations at once.
Complying with the Medical Device Regulation (MDR) and meet Health Services (xHS) agencies’ guidelines regarding operational continuity andcyber protection.
Providing operational continuity for the PACS systems.
Full visibility on backup status- single-point monitoring with seamless deployment.