Healthcare Firm Does Network Reconstruction - An Operation That Pays for Itself
Greater Rochester Orthopaedics employs about 44 individuals in Rochester, New York. The organization is an alliance of board-certified orthopedic surgeons providing general and specialty care. GRO briefly considered an external drive as a fix for the storage concerns, but that option didn't offer the managed solution it needed to improve business practices. The organization ideally wanted to centralize operations, backups, and security, so they decided to shift toward a completely forward-thinking, reconstructive solution. Weighing its needs - a storage server, virtualization, and better handling of remote applications - the practice decided to move forward with the deployment of Windows Server 2008. This new server supports 44 users, particularly in their use of the practice-management and EMR application eClinicalWorks.