Does your healthcare facility or medical practice need specialized IT support? You have unique technological needs, and we understand that. We Solve Problems has been assisting clients in the medical sector since 2015.
We're Familiar With The IT Difficulties Medical Practices Face
We Solve Problems is aware of the challenges presented by healthcare IT. You must automate because of HIPAA rules and other regulatory demands involving Electronic Medical Records (EMR), the need for web access at all times for doctors and managers, and the integration of software for speed and dependability. We can help you get there!
What We Have In Store For Your Company
We Solve Problems can offer increased IT reliability without having you employ a costly in-house IT workforce. Our IT experts can identify difficulties, fix breakdowns, and address other concerns before they substantially affect your medical facility,. We provide the following technological support:
- IT Support
- Network and Server Management
- Device Management
- Employee Onboarding/ Offboarding
- Procurement and Provisioning
- Application and Cloud Management
- Policy and Compliance
- Complete IT Build-Outs
- Access Controls
We are skilled in providing complete, affordable, and scalable IT services to satisfy your every requirement, whether you require assistance with deployment or continuing support of your hospital’s IT infrastructure. To put our money where our mouth is, we will offer you a FREE CONSULTATION.
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Why The Healthcare Industry Needs Reliable Managed IT Services
The healthcare industry becomes increasingly complex every year. IT risks may become practically impossible to manage due to recent HIPAA rules, Meaningful Use mandates, and patient confidentiality issues. It’s important to have strong IT support by your side.
Medical facilities have made substantial investments in technology to improve patient care and streamline procedures. The technology utilized in medical offices must function properly due to the severe regulatory restrictions placed on the medical business.
A healthcare data breach occurs when a hacker gains access to a network and takes patient information. Weak IT security measures or careless technological practices may be to blame for this. Identity information (including name, date of birth, and ssn), details of healthcare coverage, financial data, and medical records are frequently taken by cybercriminals.
A crisis or accident can induce technology disruptions, which can be hazardous to busy medical operations. Disaster recovery policies may be put in place by IT businesses like We Solve Problems. They can guarantee that a medical facility is up and running with little to no outage; this will increase office productivity and patient care and give you peace of mind.