Healthcare - Keeping your medical imaging apps up and running and supporting your IT agenda.
Lessons from RSNA 2021: Do your medical imaging systems need critical care?
Do your medical imaging systems need critical care?
The role of load balancing in healthcare Robotic Process Automation
The role of load balancing in healthcare Robotic Process Automation.
How AI will transform medical imaging
What does Artificial Intelligence mean for advances in medical imaging?
Four overlooked risks in NHS IT systems
Learn why even simple systems, like email, remote access and print management are critical to the success of healthcare settings.
Digital pathology: five ways to ensure fast and successful adoption
Learn five key considerations when moving to a digital pathology solution.
Customer success story: bringing ultra-reliability, scalability and uninterrupted access to IBM PACS
Find out how we ensured resilience, scalability, and uninterrupted patient access to IBM PACS.
11 technology lessons to take into 2021
Despite everything, 2020 was actually a pretty good year for tech - find out which trends are sticking around in 2021.
Adopting a value-based healthcare (VBHC) approach: load balancing's pivotal role
Value-based care is the new approach to modern healthcare – and interoperability is key to the model's successful adoption.
Load balancing EHR for healthier healthcare IT applications
Optimizing Electronic Healthcare Records (EHR) means maximizing availability, performance and security - and that's where load balancers come in.
How Serco maximizes the availability and resilience of its business-critical SAP environment
Our expertise enabled an international service company to ensure reliability and high availability of its business-critical SAP systems.
How this healthcare provider delivers secure, flexible access to clinical applications
Our expertise enabled the organization to improve clinician access to data from third-party sites.
How load balancers optimize PACS performance in radiology
Understand the role of load balancing in PACS and how it ultimately helps deliver better patient care.
How this IT solutions provider delivered a stable, scalable cloud-based platform
Cloud-based computing in patient management care requires easy access and scalability – find out how we helped Fluid Networks deliver exactly that.
How an NHS trust keeps critical medical systems up and running at all times
The use of digital imaging within the Healthcare industry is exploding at an unprecedented rate. Find out how we helped an NHS trust achieve zero downtime for its PACS.
Healthcare IT should listen to Amazon's Werner Vogels: “Dance Like Nobody’s Watching. Encrypt Like Everyone Is”
Find out why Werner Vogels' comments ring especially true for healthcare data.
FHIR: the key to unlocking interoperability in EHR?
What is FHIR? What makes it the hottest topic of discussion in healthcare IT? How does the future of healthcare look like with this new standard in place? Let us tell you in our latest blog!
Load balancing: the backbone of seamless healthcare interoperability
Just like you and I, healthcare systems now talk to each other. Your data can be shared and accessed by all the stakeholders involved in the process of your treatment. To know more, read our blog on healthcare interoperability.
HIMSS and ECR 2019: Working together for better healthcare data solutions
I’ve been to a whole series of medical-focused events recently - you probably recall reading about our team’s time at RSNA, and some of the thoughts it sparked around the brave new world of artificial intelligence and expanding data. My latest travels have taken me to HIMSS in
The need for load balancing in medical imaging
Medical information and imaging systems are expected to operate like a luxury automobile. You get in, turn the key, it starts and takes you to where you want to go. It’s not about what’s under the hood or how all the parts work together: it’s about performance.
It all turned out OKI
We recently spent the day with engineers from OKI Europe, a leading printer manufacturer. We met OKI at European Congress of Radiology (ECR) (one of the leading radiology events in the industry) earlier this year where they were showcasing their DICOM printer. During our chat at the event we determined
Nutanix Ready, a great platform now comes with a certified load balancer.
We're pleased to announce that we are now certified as Nutanix Ready. The Enterprise VA range of software load balancers now deliver scalable, reliable and secure application delivery in Nutanix Acropolis. Building upon our existing strengths in virtualized environments, such as VMWare, Hyper-V, KVM and Xen, the addition of support
FitMetrix implements Loadbalancer.org in AWS
FitMetrix is a fitness and health software company. Designed for gyms, studios, corporate wellness programs and health care professionals, their group training and personal training platforms help drive results and retention. Challenges The fitness industry is changing. FitMetrix is driven by innovating the fitness technology landscape, and bringing their clients
Load balancing diagnostic medical imaging — Strengthening the radiology workflow
An efficient, resilient radiology workflow is crucial to delivering the best patient care. A complex and ever-changing environment, often with resource constraints, requires a considered approach.
How to configure a DICOM ECHO health check for medical imaging systems.
You know that a single point of failure in a hospital is not an option. That's why you use a load balancer for high-availability. We thought it was important to have a specific health check built into our appliance for the commonly used DICOM protocol (Digital Imaging and Communications in
DelftDI recommends Loadbalancer.org for load balancing critical medical imaging systems
DelftDI, a Canon group company, develops, delivers and maintains radiology and patient imaging systems for hospitals across the globe. For more than ten years, it has been recommending and installing products from Loadbalancer.org to ensure the high availability and performance of these crucial medical applications. “Doctors use our medical