Healthcare IT Resources
Noran Neurological Clinic
Noran was using another cloud hosting provider that was running both their
Centricity EHR and desktop applications. Noran did not have an in-house IT staff,
so they relied heavily on this provider for IT strategy and support and to act as
their outsourced IT department.
Illinois Bone and Joint Institute
As technology became an integral element of patient-care, IBJI found themselves struggling to keep up with the rate of change and their ability to adequately support the increasingly complex IT environment and its users. IBJI’s Executive Team decided to evaluate alternative options, including Netgain’s private cloud environment.
The Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic & Hearing Center
The Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic & Hearing Center (ENTHC) was using Dell as their NextGen hosting provider and Veracity for their on-site IT support. ENTHC did not have an internal IT staff, so they contracted with these vendors for all of their IT support. ENTHC faced challenges with their IT vendors that they attempted to work through but it became apparent that new vendors were necessary.
The Neurology Center
The Neurology Center owned their IT equipment and rented space in a data center to store their servers. They used a Managed Services company who was very competent in managing the servers, but were less familiar with managing specific applications they used, most notably their EHR, Centricity. Their rented space brought challenges and with the daily volume of clients their facilities serve, their IT challenges began to mount.
Mille Lacs Health System
Mille Lacs Health System (MLHS) staffed their own IT team and built an on-site data center in their hospital. The IT infrastructure at MLHS was built using physical servers for each application resulting in redundancy of effort and equipment underutilization. It was wasteful. With MLHS facing infrastructure challenges, MLHS decided it was time to consider outsourcing to fill critical gaps.
Northwest Family Physicians
Northwest Family Physicians implemented an EHR in 2002 and operated all of their servers in-house. Brenda McNeill, Director of Clinic Operations, was straining to perform her primary executive responsibilities while taking on the responsibility of IT decision making and even some IT processes. McNeill was troubled by the growing complexity of their IT environment.
EZClaim outsourced their application hosting and relied on their provider to handle any needs related to the hosting of their application. With the demand for EZClaim’s software growing, they needed to expand but they were experiencing issues and limitation with their hosting provider. It was time for EZClaim to look for a new hosting provider that could handle their growth and provide support they could rely on.
Neighborhood Healthcare used a hosting provider to host their eClinicalWorks EHR and running the rest of their desktop applications internally. The infrastructure was not built to the minimum standards of their EHR provider. With their hosting provider’s inflexible environment, Neighborhood Healthcare knew it was time to look for alternatives for their IT environment.
Ebooks and Guides
Understanding & Calculating Total Cost of IT Ownership
Knowing your organization’s total cost of IT and how it compares to the industry is incredibly valuable. This guide will better equip you to make recommendations for investments, hiring and overall growth.
Building an IT Roadmap
Planning for technology initiatives aid in successful and timely implementation of IT projects. This eBook walks you through everything you need to think about as you plan your IT roadmap.
Hardware and Software Refresh Tracking
There are general guidelines for when refreshes should take place for your hardware and software. This worksheet helps you track IT assets so you can be assured your practice performs timely refreshes.
Choosing the Right Cloud for Your Practice
Cloud computing has become the new normal in healthcare IT management. The question now has become “what type of cloud is right for my practice?” This detailed guide reviews four different cloud options: private, public, hybrid and multi-cloud.
EHR Provider Checklist
Not all cloud providers are created equal. There are many factors that play a part in the security and credibility of a cloud provider. When choosing an IT partner that is capable and worthy of hosting your EHR, rely on this guide.
Your Smart TV is Listening and 9 Other Surprising Facts You Didn’t Know
View the recording of this informational webinar where we review smart home technology and expose examples of how these devices have been hacked by cybercriminals.
How to Make Cybersecurity Part of Your Culture
View this recording of this informational webinar where we discuss how to make cybersecurity part of your company culture.
Your Cybersecurity Life – Part 1
View the recording of this informational webinar that will detail how to both protect yourself in cases where home life meshes with work or vice versa with all digital devices and lifestyles.
How to Protect Your Practice with a Security Risk Analysis – Prospects
View this recording of this informational webinar where we explore how the Security Risk Analysis works and how it can benefit your practice.
Social Engineering: The Hack of Choice
View the recording of this informational webinar on the latest threats and solutions for organizations to defend themselves against the art of human manipulation.
What’s Your Plan for Reporting in 2018 and Beyond?
View this recording of this informational webinar where you’ll gain insight into how your practice can prepare for server refreshes in 2018.
Understanding & Calculating Your Total Cost of IT Ownership
View the recording of this informational webinar designed to help you understand how your organization can get a true understanding of your IT costs and how to optimize your investments.
Cybersecurity: New Attack Methods
View the recording of this informational webinar on the latest attack methods and solutions for organizations to protect themselves.