Commvault Clinical Archive Improves Clinical Data Management
As hospitals and healthcare providers face increasing pressure to modernize data management strategies, reduce expenses, and improve efficiencies, they are looking for ways to break down data silos, and reduce storage costs and complexity. To help organizations reach those goals, Commvault, a provider of enterprise data protection and information management, has launched a new solution called Commvault Clinical Archive, which, the company says, will help improve the way healthcare organizations manage, migrate, and share clinical data.
The new solution is the first introduced following Commvault’s strategic investment in Laitek, a provider of rapid data migration and storage services for PACS replacements.
Commvault Clinical Archive, which is built on the Commvault Data Platform and Laitek's Semperdata platform, aims to assure data migration and enable easier clinical data management for healthcare providers.
According to the company, Commvault Clinical Archive enables providers to decommission legacy PACS (picture archiving and communication system ) solutions into a single data management platform, while making legacy studies accessible to new PACS solutions and available for bulk migration. With the solution, data is extracted from legacy PACS in its original format, normalized, and migrated into the clinical archive in a standard format for interoperability and then stored for future use. Commvault Clinical Archive can be used as a vendor-neutral repository for all clinical information, and, the companies say, the platform supports a full range of cloud, on-premise, physical and virtual environments.
More information on Commvault Clinical Archive can be found here.
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