Today's IT-enabled health care clinical and business processes require CIOs to manage risk and create highly resilient organizations. When IT systems—such as EHRs, clinical communications, analytic capabilities, and billing systems—falter or are unavailable, it disrupts routine practices and impacts patient care.
A robust and well-tested disaster recovery plan can help your organization withstand service disruptions including cyber incidents, human error, hardware and software malfunctions, and natural disasters.
We've uncovered three critical areas for you to consider when creating your recovery plan. Download this research briefing for a case study on how Halifax Health's IT department responded to a natural disaster and to learn how you can create an effective IT recovery plan.
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