MEDICAL PRACTICE IT SERVICES
Your medical practice needs Managed IT Services – from medical software vendor management to malware, spyware and virus protection for your desktops and servers; from computer network health to HIPAA compliance services. In good times and in times for disaster preparedness and recovery, we will keep your medical practice office up and running. With powersolution managing the network for your medical practice, your physicians, providers and your staff can do what you do best: focus on providing healthcare and take care of your patients.
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WHY CHOOSE US AS YOUR MEDICAL PRACTICE IT SERVICE PROVIDER
IT Services for Healthcare Providers
Reliable, award-winning tech support and Managed IT Services Company will manage your medical practice computer network, from 24/7 monitoring to HIPAA compliance and full helpdesk tech support.
Considering how important computer network is when it comes to a medical practice office, you must turn to trusted IT service providers when it comes to making your practice HIPAA/HITECH compliantAny healthcare organization that deals with protected health information (PHI) must ensure that all the required physical, network, and process security checks are in place and followed. A supplemental Act, The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act supports the enforcement of HIPAA requirements by raising the penalties of health organizations that violate HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules. The HITECH Act was formed to address health technology development and increased use, storage and transmittal of electronic health information.We provide HIPAA compliance services.
- Managed IT Support Services – 24/7/365 remote monitoring
- IT Service Plans – onsite, remote and virtual tech support
- Hardware and Software management and upgrades
- Virus, spyware and security protection for your computers and servers
- Complete support and solutions for your practice
- HIPAA/HITECH Compliance and Tech Support services