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In an environment of constant financial pressures and ever-evolving cyber-security threats, effective data management and governance can help Health IT leaders move AHEAD CONFIDENTLY. 


In the race to become better connected, elevate interoperability and harness the power of data to advance value-based care, healthcare organizations have created a complex ecosystem of disparate systems and data sets with varying levels of quality and accessibility. Meanwhile, demands for IT resource and budget continue to rise while ever-expanding cyber-threats increase the complexity of maintaining data privacy and security. These dynamics left unaddressed can stall digital transformation and impede an organization’s ability to deliver the actionable information required to improve clinical care and strategic business decisions.

Strategic Data Management and IT Governance Are the Foundation to Unlocking Data Value

Given this, Health IT leaders must move to manage data and IT systems deliberately and strategically across the enterprise. Only through strategic data management and governance can Health IT leaders:

  • identify and protect all data types and IT systems across the enterprise
  • eliminate the policy and infrastructure gaps that inflate cost and risk
  • cost-effectively and securely embrace the Cloud
  • advance a hybrid IT strategy that promotes long-term cost-efficacy, sustainability and privacy and security
  • lay the foundation required to unlock data value 
There good news is that Iron Mountain has developed a suite of innovative solutions tailored to help Health IT leaders elevate data management and governance so you  can lead your Organization Ahead confidently into the new world of Informatics, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and the IOT.
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The majority (86%) of healthcare organizations report experiencing one or more cybersecurity events, including malware attacks, accidental data loss, and/or external hacks, according to research by IDC.

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Data Classification

Map data flow and classify data to get your arms around what you have and identify policy gaps that introduce unnecessary cost and risk.

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Data Restoration and Migration Services 

Balance data access and retention requirements by leveraging Iron Mountain Data Restoration and Migration Services to securely recover data stored in old formats.
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Iron Cloud

Cost-effectively tier data storage and confidently move to the cloud with IronCloud, a solution uniquely built to offer the cost predictability, availability, redundancy and security healthcare providers need.
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Data Centers

Advance your hybrid IT strategy while optimizing the deployment of applications and data with Iron Mountain Data Centers.
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Secure Offline Storage

Optimize cyber-resilience, protect critical data and expedite its recovery after a cyber-attack with Iron Mountain Secure Offline Storage.
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Secure IT Asset Disposition

Keep compliant and protect your brand through the automation of data privacy and retention management and Secure IT Asset Disposition.

Did You Know?


Data breach from stolen devices is common for healthcare organizations, making up almost half (45%) of healthcare data breaches, according to research by DigiCert.

More than one-half (58%) report it took days, weeks, or longer to get affected data back to a known good state after their most serious security event. 

Sixty-five percent (65%) had to revert to data versions that were days, weeks, or even months old, according to research by IDC.

Cost Per Record Lost: 
Average cost per record lost is $363. 

Cost of Downtime: 
Unplanned downtime costs an average of $8,851 a minute per incident.
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