National Physician Services Teams Up with Datrium to Provide Physicians with First Server-powered Storage System

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National Physician Services (NPS), a national healthcare information technology company that delivers a comprehensive group of state-of-the-art enterprise technology services for physicians to optimize their workflows, and Datrium™, the leader in server-powered storage, have combined forces to offer physician practices and other healthcare organizations the industry’s first server-powered storage system.

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“Most physician practices want to have the most up-to-date technology to improve patient care but don’t always have the budget to do so. This partnership gives them the opportunity to use a unique, robust hosting solution without breaking the bank.

National Physician Services (NPS), a national healthcare information technology company that delivers a comprehensive group of state-of-the-art enterprise technology services for physicians to optimize their workflows, and Datrium™, the leader in server-powered storage, have combined forces to offer physician practices and other healthcare organizations the industry’s first server-powered storage system.

Datrium DVX, the first storage system to split server-powered speed from appliance-based, durable Datrium DVX capacity, dramatically simplifies storage performance management at a price much lower than array flash. Utilizing a 32-host DVX with data-reduced commodity server flash capacity that can reach up to one million IOPS (input/output operations per second), the solution significantly reduces storage costs and complexity while offering higher speeds than most all-flash array counterparts.

“Most physician practices want to have the most up-to-date technology to improve patient care but don’t always have the budget to do so,” stated Bryan Graven, CEO of NPS. “This partnership gives them the opportunity to use a unique, robust hosting solution without breaking the bank.”

Through the partnership, Datrium will become a member of the Perfect Practice Alliance (PPA) network, whose mission is to help physician practices efficiently and cost-effectively achieve their desired clinical, technology and business goals. With an emphasis on workflow improvements and bottom-line results, the PPA offers a wide range of opportunities for physician groups to become the Perfect Practice.

Datrium was founded by virtualization and storage industry veterans Diane Greene and Ganesh Venkitachalam along with Brian Biles, Hugo Patterson and Boris Weissman. The company announced the general availability of Datrium DVX earlier this year.

About Datrium
Datrium (@DatriumStorage) delivers the first server flash storage system with the Datrium DVX. Unlike rigid and expensive Arrays or Hyperconverged servers, DVX storage gets its speed from commodity, Bring Your Own (BYO) compute and SSDs on stateless servers, so storage for VMs is simpler to scale, more efficient, and more dynamic. The DVX will be ideal for enterprise applications, including VDI, test and development, and server VM consolidation. For more information please visit http://www.datrium.com.

About National Physician Services
Founded over ten years ago by progressive and successful practices of independent physicians, National Physician Services (NPS) is a national healthcare information technology services company headquarted in Hartford, CT. The company delivers a comprehensive group of state-of-the-art enterprise technology services across the spectrum of clinical and business information systems with an expertise in Electronic Medical Records, Practice Management and many other applications necessary for physicians to optimize their workflows. The culture at NPS is practice-centered; the NPS business strategy delivers proven enterprise technology solutions at or below market cost through economies of scale, alliances and strategic partnerships. NPS is looking to transform the medical community through technology solutions. For more information, visit http://www.nationalphysicianservices.com.

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