Mammograph - Medical Diagnosis

Overview

Overview

Mammograph is one of the leaders in Israel in the field of medical imaging - mammography, ultrasound, Doppler, general X-ray, EEG, EMG, shock waves and more - which it provides to tens of thousands of patients who are members of all health funds in Israel.
The company has 10 main branches and dozens of independent locations in private clinics around the country, and over 60 computer users linked to each other and the central server.
Challenge
Among the challenges faced by the company were data consolidation challenges in favor of centralized management and a controlled and unified approach to all information, ongoing maintenance of large volumes of information about the patient, including referrals, simulations and more, linking all imaging devices in Israel
In the past, all of Mammograph's computing activity was routed to different servers scattered between the information centers in different branches, the work was done locally or remotely to servers in different branches, there was no full synchronization between the information centers, a fact that caused inefficient work and lack of communication between different branches. In addition, the company was required to purchase high-cost hardware, the backup of information was decentralized and intended for only, the recovery rate was slow and the bandwidth of the IPVPN network was low, each branch had several communication lines used for different needs, lines of different vendors, lack of flaw management capability and improved information security
Other problems faced by the company were partial and not comprehensive use of basic products for the entire network, partial blockages by basic products if at all, mailboxes without backup and no sharing options, hardware-dependent solution with no redundancy and high downtime and limited sharing capabilities
The Goal
The company's move to the Y-tech cloud has enabled Mammograph to fix the network efficiency, communication to servers and between branches, streamline the company's information management processes and significantly increase the level of information security.
On the economic side, too, there has been success with the move to Y-tech cloud, by significant savings in spending on hardware and software infrastructure. Already in its early stages of the project characterization process, the ROI of the move to central servers in the cloud was known in advance and facilitated decision makers.
Our Solution
The migration process included the transition to private and secure IPVPN communication that includes dual infrastructure of 2 infrastructure providers with automatic redundancy and optimization based on reliable Cisco systems.

The migration of computer systems included the establishment of a cloud environment based on remote desktops in favor of clean work environments for users while applying an applicable security policy and the establishment of application servers and databases that will provide a centralized solution of information consolidation hitherto scattered in the various branches. As part of the solution, user-level Internet browsing policy was tightened according to a policy established with the customer according to the departments and needs that were examined in advance.
Result
Kobi Cohen, Director of Mammograph Information Systems
"Moving to the cloud enables real-time management, monitoring and control, without the need for a physical presence in branches throughout the country. The systems continued to function flawlessly and the work was minimally damaged."
Oren Gonen, CFO at Mammograph "The move to the OPEX model saves high one-time expenses and a reduction in assets. In addition, the flexibility of the system and the availability of resources when needed is an important and convenient capability in the economic model of the solution."
Moshe Horowitz, Director of Projects at Y-tech: "The process of migrating Mammograph to our cloud was interesting and challenging. Despite all the challenges on the ground, the transition was smooth and non-stop."
The migration process included the transition to private

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