Inspirata® understands the expansive changes that medical IT departments are currently undertaking, which is why we’ve positioned our solutions to require virtually no commitment of time, effort or cost to the institution’s IT budgets. Our customized, state-of-the-art solutions are purpose built for optimized interoperability, simplified integration and to leverage all the benefits afforded by running on a hyperconverged technology infrastructure.
Inspirata provides an integration strategy to simplify the complexities of multiple points of contact between systems. Our Enterprise Service Bus connects seamlessly with institution-maintained integration engines or directly to the existing AP-LIS.
The sophistication of our integration bus includes a data access layer, custom adaptors for the LIS, EMR, PACS and similar systems, an intelligent data transport server with administration utilities and an activity monitor as well as communication tools and access controls.
The Vblock hyperconverged technology is engineered, manufactured, managed, supported and sustained within a single hardware unit. Inspirata’s converged infrastructure combines an integrated computing, networking, storage and virtualization into a single pool of resources.
The converged solution can easily scale out compute and storage capabilities and can extend up to 50 petabytes of storage with supporting compute power. Inspirata’s converged solution provides minimum uptime of 99.9%.
Inspirata employs a defense of depth strategy for data security. While all identified data can remain on premise within your own institution’s firewalls, Inspirata also provides secure cloud-based alternatives. Layered protection at multiple points ensures that no single point of vulnerability exists in the application. Each layer acts as a redundancy in the event a security fails within any application layer. The data is embedded in the inner-most layer making it extremely difficult to access without proper security access at each layer.
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