Performance, Scalability, and Security

The healthcare industry deals with sharing large amounts of sensitive patient data across hospitals and between office locations on a constant basis. It is critical that doctors have access to the most up-to-date patient information at all times, enabling them to deliver the best treatment and care. It is vital that sharing of patient data is fast, painless, and secure.


Panzura Freedom™ delivered the flexibility to grow over time, predictable pricing, and HIPAA compliance.
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Panzura Works the Way You Do

Panzura Works the Way You Do - Healthcare

Panzura delivers unlimited, on-demand scalability with the highest security certifications, while also enabling real-time access to any file, even ones that have been archived. Panzura can help you drive operational efficiency and business agility while allowing you to focus on your patients.

Real-Time Access

To effectively diagnose and treat patients, healthcare providers need patient files to be available quickly. Panzura allows users at any site fast, easy access to large files and data sets while cutting file transfer times from hours to minutes without the need for expensive MPLS connections. This means the files will always be available in real-time. Learn more about Panzura CloudFS™.

HIPAA Compliance and Military Grade Encryption

Healthcare providers need a reliable way to store and share confidential documents. Panzura offers a solution for unstructured data management that is FIPS 140-2 and HIPAA compliant. Our cloud partners have also achieved these certifications, providing an end-to-end FIPS 140-2 and HIPAA compliant solution. Learn more about how Panzura secures your data.

Panzura is committed to the healthcare industry. For more information, read the Medical Imaging solution brief, the Panzura Freedom Family solution brief, and the Security Considerations for Unstructured Data in the Cloud eBook.

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