What if there was one IT decision you could make that could improve your security posture, reduce downtime risks, scale down your overall IT costs, eliminate surprise infrastructure expenses, and help your providers and staff be more efficient and less frustrated by technology? Moving to the cloud could be that decision.
With your clinical and business applications in the cloud, you get fast, secure, and reliable access to your practice and patient data. The difference is, you no longer have tens—or hundreds—of thousands of dollars’ worth of equipment and software sitting in your office.
That’s equipment and software you no longer need to buy, house, insure, maintain, secure, upgrade, troubleshoot, and replace every few years. Without that technology overhead burden, you can continue to build your practice knowing that you have the IT resiliency to respond to new requirements without breaking a sweat.
Discover why now is the time to move your practice to the cloud built for healthcare.
With lives and personal health information at stake, healthcare organizations are especially vulnerable to security threats. We protect your private or public cloud infrastructure with best-in-class security experts and technology, from a managed security operations center (SOC) to incident response teams, to ensure continuity of service. Our cloud team works side-by-side with these experts to make sure that your environment is protected to the fullest possible extent, and that we can respond immediately to threats to minimize your risk.
In addition, our HITRUST certification gives your practice risk assurance for both internal and external stakeholders, including regulators, and eases your HIPAA compliance audits. A cloud platform built for healthcare is certified to meet the stringent requirements for the HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF). This is the gold standard for healthcare organizations who need to safeguard patients’ personal health information and critical practice data. HITRUST CSF consolidates more than 15 global security standards and regulations (including HIPAA, PCI, COBIT, NIST, ISO, FTC, and state laws) along with leading practice frameworks.