Albert Einstein Healthcare Network

Reduced costs through improved backup reporting
Albert Einstein Healthcare Network is a private, not-for-profit organization with locations throughout the Philadelphia, PA region. Einstein started with just 22 beds in 1866 as the Jewish Hospital of Philadelphia, and today manages around 1,000 beds across three hospitals. They are one of the most active healthcare providers in the Philadelphia area, operating four inpatient facilities, 13 outpatient centers, and 42 primary-care locations.
Data protection failures can negatively affect Einstein’s patient care, and managing the amount of information generated by a major metropolitan healthcare facility—everything from patient medical records to payer information—represents a tremendous data management and backup challenge.
  • Achieved 98.5% daily backup success rate
  • Automated reporting isolates issues before they affect storage performance
  • Increased visibility into storage space better informs budgeting and capacity planning
  • Data protection
  • Capacity planning
Rocket Servergraph
Deploying Servergraph
to manage our backup
reporting has made what
was once a very tedious
and time consuming
task simple, quick and
accurate. And since
the application can
automatically send these
reports to whomever
wishes to see them,
it provides a lot of
transparency as well.
Anthony Allonardo,
Senior Infrastructure Manager,
Albert Einstein
Healthcare Network