Healthcare Providers Walk a Tightrope Between Improving Functionality and Reducing Costs
Health care reform is focused on not only improving how you manage data, but how you use it. More collaboration is necessary, data sharing is becoming critical and community care ideas are taking shape. This contributes to new challenges in a wide range of operational areas, including data protection, regulatory compliance, and IT management.
This executive report addresses how HIPAA, the HITECH Act, the Affordable Care Act, and meaningful use attestation have changed IT requirements in healthcare, and how colocation can help.
Healthcare’s Extreme Dependence on IT Capability and Functionality
Healthcare has entered a new era of dependence on IT functionality. In response, firms have to find ways to improve functionality substantially while also reducing costs to a meaningful extent.
In this complex environment, third-party help in the form of colocation and data center services is emerging as a key strategic enabler across the healthcare industry.
Colocation as a Strategic Enabler for Healthcare Providers
Learn how data center collocation can be a strategic enabler for healthcare providers by helping such organizations protect their data, address HIPAA and meaningful use attestation, deal with rising regulatory costs, and effectively scale while also improving both security and reliability.
About the Author
Scott Brueggeman is Chief Marketing Officer of CyrusOne. His responsibilities include worldwide strategic marketing, branding, public relations, inside sales, social media, and advertising.