A Q&A with Matt Meservey, the senior product manager for Central Logic, a Web-based bed management system bundled with HP goods.
Last month HP announced that Central Logic Core, a Web-based bed management system developed by Utah-based company Central Logic, Inc., will be integrated and sold exclusively with HP hardware, including HP Z Workstations and HP touchscreen monitors, to help hospitals "optimize patient care by providing real-time end-to-end patient flow information." Medgadget had a chance to ask Central Logic's senior product manager Matt Meservey a few questions about the system and the new partnership:
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Can you tell us how hospitals might benefit from HP Z600 Workstations integrated with Central Logic Core Web-based patient management system?
Hospitals will benefit greatly from the HPZ600 Workstations and Central Logic Core by using Parallels Virtualization technology to virtualize their Bed Management infrastructure. The Z600 is a powerful and flexible system that allows hospitals to run the right virtual machines to support their infrastructure. The HPZ600 and Parallels virtualization also gives hospital facilities the flexibility they need to scale up by adding resources to their application, or to protect themselves against problems by having a backup infrastructure in place ready to continue operating in event of an error or scheduled hardware upgrade.