Cloud storage provider CCS (Computer Consulting Service) and electronic health record provider SOAPware Inc. have entered into a partnership in order to supply increased information security for EHR clients. Both companies will work in unison to provide SOAPware’s current electronic health record clients with the choice of a remote cloud storage service which will be available via a monthly subscription.
Officials from SOAPware are confident that the provision of an optional cloud storage-based service will reduce a large burden from customers by giving them the ability to meet HIPAA and Meaningful Use compliance more easily. The company holds position in the top two percent for Meaningful Use attestations, boasting close to twenty years of experience within the electronic health record industry.
The decision to forge a partnership with CCS came about after an in-depth search was carried out to find an ideal way of providing a pinnacle data backup and retrieval service. Randall Oates, president of SOAPware, commented: ‘It’s our goal to offer practical and affordable solutions which will be consistent with present and emerging regulations.’
CCS is a leading name in the industry with cloud storage centers situated in both Boston and L.A.
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