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March 1, 2016

Two Case Studies Regarding Complex Healthcare Environments and Data Center Migration

All data center migrations or moves should be conducted as smoothly as possible. However, when the migration is for a healthcare provider, there are special concerns that must be taken into account: continuity of service, having zero impact on patient care, and the management of complex, multifaceted systems.

Client Overview

Two such moves showcase Altus’ ability to provide top-tier service to their clients during a data center migration. The first client, a nonprofit medical center operating 4,450 beds system-wide with 27 Institutes handling 5.1 million patient visits per year, involved migrating an environment consisting of more than 4,000 devices running over 300 applications. The second client was a sizeable healthcare company operating more than 350 hospitals and nursing facilities in 32 states, with an environment consisting of various distributed equipment.

In both cases, Altus utilized a collaborative rather than directive approach and an established migration methodology to achieve a successful data center migration with the least number of move events possible. The approach included bringing in data center relocation experts and substitute resources in addition to working vendor relationships to acquire additional expertise in key technologies. Learn more by reviewing the case studies linked below.

Read the Case Studies

Cleveland Clinic Data Center Relocation One

The MetroHealth System Data Center Relocation

If you’ve found these reports to be informative and insightful, Altus has other healthcare-based data center case studies available as well. Learn about our work with Kindred Healthcare and a second data center project with the Cleveland Clinic also. We feature case studies on our data center services for other industries too – see them all in this Altus resources section.

Please contact Altus with any questions or to initiate a discussion on your data center needs.