We are thrilled to be recognized for technical proficiency and proven customer success in healthcare competency solutions. Committed to the healthcare industry and meeting healthcare-specific needs, our customers in this sector are quickly realizing that with HIPAA compliance, AWS is a great asset. The cloud can unlock huge value for electronics health records management.
AWS provides a complete set of easy-to-use, flexible tools to help labs manage growing amounts of data using solutions for high-performance computing, data sharing between sites, archiving and storage. It also provides a secure environment that meets HIPAA compliance and requirements, allowing healthcare businesses to outsource many of the common HIPAA responsibilities.
As technology evolves, patient privacy continues to be a topic of concern. Prior to the institution of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”) by Congress in 1996, there were no universal standards set in place to identify whether a healthcare provider was properly securing patient information. HIPAA was designed to promote the confidentiality and portability of patient records, as well as to develop data security standards for consistency in the healthcare industry. This act applies to any health care provider, health plan, or clearinghouse that electronically maintains or transmits health information pertaining to patients. Under the act, organizations adhere to HIPAA compliance standards related to protecting their systems so that patients can feel confident that their personal medical information will remain private.
Our comprehensive migration services allow healthcare businesses to decommission their legacy server hardware and move to a faster and more secure cloud-based infrastructure in AWS. When the capabilities of AWS are combined with our team of certified architects and engineers, the end result is a personalized solution that enables healthcare providers and payers to securely store, process, transmit, and analyze clinical information. Contact us to learn more.