Planning for Healthcare Disaster Recovery

Healthcare business is all about delivering medical care, and so disaster recovery is even more important in this industry.

Broadly, the healthcare business continuity is divided between two professional streams, namely, the business continuity professional and the medical contingency planner or safety officer. The former takes care of finance and the latter, uninterrupted delivery of healthcare.

Healthcare disaster planning starts with vulnerability analysis by focusing on quantifying external threats. This is a prime requirement of a healthcare professional, who can combine the healthcare vulnerability with the business process vulnerability analysis.

If a hospital has to close down following a disaster the loss to that area can be quite substantial. There are other collateral losses too in registration, charge entry, billing, etc. Process failure is the main cause during a disaster for failure of delivery of healthcare services.

It is necessary to focus on the primary mission of the healthcare institutions even while attending to the business continuity plans.  Worrying about data recovery should be the last thing on their mind, so online data backup is a way of mitigating this part of the problem.

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