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But cloud technology isn’t new anymore.
Leading Medical facilities are utilizing Cloud Technology Strategies to improve access to information, drive a higher level of collaboration, and even ensure more effective security and compliance.
The cloud is used for much more than hosting applications for healthcare workflow, but here’s why your workflow may be more secure and HIPAA compliant within a cloud environment.
Cloud providers know that they must be compliant with HIPAA, other legislation, and industry compliance standards to gain your business.
Cloud providers supply geo-redundancy, current IT security protocols, and physical security measures for your hosted applications.
Cloud providers upgrade their hardware, software, security, speed, and compliance protocols to meet client expectations and evolving mandates.
As a result of these realities, the use of the cloud is now a common fixture in residential, small to mid-size business, and corporate life.
Knowing that using the cloud for business can be secure and compliant and knowing how to leverage the mobility, computing power, and flexibility of the cloud are two different things.
eMDTec has helped medical practices move into and work in the cloud since the cloud became a viable and trusted avenue for data storage and workflow hosting.
Our team specializes in giving unbiased, executive-level advice to medical leadership teams about their options in and use of cloud services.
We answer these questions:
Virtualized systems like online applications, desktops, and even servers are able to reduce your overhead by eliminating expensive onsite hardware.
Hosted systems can automate repetitive manual tasks – saving you time and making it easier to stay compliant with regulations like HIPAA.
Mobile technology gives you the ability to access records and applications in the cloud – making it easy to work on the same files in the front office, in the exam room, and even from home – all without breaking privacy or confidentiality.
Data centers are designed to withstand disaster and keep PHI locked down under the highest levels of encryption and password protection.