Health IT security vendor news for the week of Feb. 18-22
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center selects ClearDATA for HIPAA Compliant Cloud Hosting Services: ClearDATA Networks, Inc., the leading healthcare cloud computing platform and service provider, today announced that Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center, a 782-bed medical training institution, comprised of a 316-bed acute care hospital and a 466-bed adult and pediatric skilled nursing long-term care facility, has selected the ClearDATA HealthDATA Cloud Computing Platform as its hosting and offsite backup solution. Kingsbrook decided to begin migrating its IT infrastructure to ClearDATA’s HIPAA compliant cloud in order to reduce capital expenses on hardware, lower IT costs, and minimize the risk of lost data due to hardware failures or natural disasters.
Enterasys to discuss key security trends, mHealth and adoption of BYOD solutions at HIMSS 2013: Enterasys Networks, a Siemens Enterprise Communications Company, will highlight healthcare momentum and provide interactive demos for patient and clinical BYOD adoption from both an IT and patient perspective at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS 2013) Conference & Exhibition. Joining Enterasys in their booth to discuss BYOD, security and wired and wireless best practices are top industry analysts and representatives from Henry Ford Health System and AirWatch, an Enterasys partner and global leader in mobile device security and management (MDM) systems.
Online Tech’s HIPAA Compliant Cloud provides secure hosting for EvalPlace: When psychologist James Pann and his team set out to create EvalPlace, he wanted to differentiate the web-based performance management system for the health and human services fields by making it HIPAA compliant. That is why he chose to host the survey-building, data-collecting, performance-tracking website with Online Tech, the leader in secure and HIPAA compliant cloud hosting.
S1 IT Solutions announces healthcare technology strategy for 2013: S1 IT Solutions, a leading data technology and services provider, announced its 2013 strategy for the healthcare industry, rolling out four areas of focus to meet customers’ critical needs for Electronic Health Record (EHR), analytics, Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) and encryption solutions.