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.
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Learn how recent modifications to HIPAA privacy, security, enforcement and breach rules are forcing cloud service providers to be more stringent than ever when it comes to HIPAA compliancy.
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.