Today, your patients expect to interact with you anywhere, anytime. Increasingly, they don’t want to call you to handle routine things, preferring instead to check test results, make appointments and find information online.
Regulations change constantly, and it’s imperative that all your technology be continually monitored and upgraded to ensure they meet the most current rules. That applies to how your applications store data, how your storage protects it, and how your networks transmit it.
You face three costs. First is the capital cost of owning and licensing technology. Second is the operational cost of keeping that technology operational. And, third is the cost you incur when you fall out of compliance.
Performance & Integration
All of your equipment and software has to run perfectly and perfectly integrated with each other. From practice management systems to your EMR, imaging systems to cardiac testing systems, and voice systems to virtual desktops.
Nowhere does a data breach or data loss – whether by hacker or hurricane – have as dire of consequences as it does in medicine. It’s vital that you have a tested, fail-proof backup, restore and disaster recovery strategy in place.