Security and the Cloud? A Decade Old Question and Answer
Sure healthcare technology in the cloud sounds great…but is it secure?
Rhapsody as a Service - RaaS
Simple, out of the box, intelligent integration for healthcare systems.
UberOps Dramatically Bolsters Its Business
A provider of health IT services for both the public and private sectors, UberOps’ offerings include cloud migration, project management, data integration, and cyber security.
Migrating to the Cloud for the Health Industry
Since the eruption of cloud infrastructure providers such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and other regional competitors, the case for migrating out of the proprietary data centre has grown in both size and strength.
How has RaaS impacted the University of Louisville?
Darren Powell, Director - IT Integration at the University of Louisville Hospital, on the impact of RaaS.
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This price is right: How moving to the cloud can save you money
One of the most compelling reasons to migrate to the cloud is the well marketed ‘cost savings’ that come from the transition.
Cloud-based Health IT: Now is the Time
Healthcare has lagged behind other industries in moving to the cloud, partly for good reason and partly due to inertia.
What is telehealth?
‘Telehealth’ is a broad, multi-faceted, term that can mean different things to different people.
The Basic Architecture of Rhapsody as a Service
RaaS is a fully managed, monitored and supported implementation of Rhapsody, hosted in a cloud environment to meet the expectations of the popular Software-as-a-Service model.
University of Louisville Hospital goes live with Rhapsody as a Service
Powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), RaaS is providing UofL Hospital rapid and scalable interoperability, connecting disparate technologies within their healthcare system.
Are you prepared for IoT in Healthcare?
Rhapsody as a Service (RaaS) combines the best-in-class integration engine, Rhapsody, with all of the forward-thinking features required for providers wanting to prepare for, and capitalize on, IoT.
Why is the Future of Computing in the Cloud?
Most industries have almost entirely migrated to the cloud and now one of the most regulated industries, healthcare, is starting to take advantage of recent developments.