Healthcare Industry

Do you have an IT service provider that understands healthcare?

Supporting IT is more than just a techie skill. The best providers also understand the specific needs of your industry: how you use tech, the software programs specific to your industry, and the regulatory environment you face.

We specialize in managed tech services to the healthcare industry.

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Is the cloud a good data storage solution for healthcare?

Few professions have such extensive need to access such widely-sourced data that is accumulated over so much time. Now with mobile access, data security becomes a more complex responsibility. Is the cloud the safe solution?

Talk to a managed service provider with experience in your industry to decide your best options for securing all your data.

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Are you up all night when your network fails?

Are you the one who gets the call that a server is down? Is that really the best use of your energies? You’re supposed to be running a business, not troubleshooting tech.

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On-the-Go is THE tech requirement for healthcare workers

Your practitioners and managers need their devices to work collaboratively and connect to medical databases.

Are you able to devote the internal resources to maintain and update everyone’s devices so that they are not only functioning, but functioning without risk to data security and confidential patient records?

A lot can go wrong. A managed service provider can step in so you can stop worrying about these concerns.

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You run your business, we run your IT

You work in healthcare. Spending time troubleshooting and maintaining your IT infrastructure isn't the best use of your time.

We can maintain your infrastructure and we can evaluate what new technologies can help your business move into the future and build revenues.

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Can you afford a HIPAA violation fine?

Handling your IT infrastructure entirely in-house can severely drain resources, but an error or breach could be devastating.

Consider using a managed service provider. You get full 24/7 support without the costs of handling it all yourself.

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How HIPAA Changes Are Shifting Focus Back to Patient Care

Within the last two years, nearly 95% of healthcare organizations have had one or more security breaches exposing patient health records. These HIPAA violations are costly and can damage the reputation of any medical practice or health service provider. But are recent amendments to HIPAA guidelines the cure for this ailing security?

How Cloud Computing is Saving the Healthcare Industry Time and Money

Economic factors and government regulations are moving more physician practices and healthcare clinics to the cloud. For smaller practices or clinics lacking technical knowhow, remotely hosting electronic patient records makes much more sense than on-site hosting. It doesn't require the same kind of upfront investment, expensive equipment, physical space, or trained staff needed to implement, manage and maintain it all.

In fact, a recent survey conducted by Black Book found that 89% of physicians prefer having a single vendor managing their EHRs (electronic health records) than a DIY approach.

The Healthcare Industry is Changing Faster than Ever Before

For years it seemed that security concerns would always keep healthcare data out of the cloud. But the cloud is now wooing hospitals, clinics, and doctors looking for a means to improve efficiency, streamline costs, enhance security and remain HIPAA compliant as they transition from paper to electronic health records.

Today, it's no longer a question of if a healthcare service provider will transition to the cloud but when.

If You Like Your Patient Data Privacy, You Can Keep It

Did you know that more healthcare clinics are turning to cloud technology to better secure highly sensitive patient data? As healthcare practices, clinics, and facilities convert all paper medical records to electronic health records; they're discovering that manning an in-house data center is not only expensive but also rampant with security pitfalls. This is a huge red flag in an industry where HIPAA compliancy is a must to avoid heavy penalties.