Implementing Technologies to Secure Patient Confidentiality and Enhance the Quality of

Healthcare organizations are in a constant state of evolution. Strategic disruption and digital transformation are the norm in an industry where medical expertise is consistently segmenting into increasingly granular specialties, new rules and regulations are constantly introduced, and more complex and demanding standards are instituted.

Along the way, new technologies emerge to meet the latest challenges of this non-stop healthcare industry evolution. Developing trends, such as the shift from the conventional fee-for-service (FFS) reimbursement model to value-based care, put new processes in place and establish new best practices that require medical providers and insurance companies to undertake fundamental operational overhauls. As a result, healthcare organizations must embrace new technologies to create more accurate records and reports, enhance the of sensitive data and increase overall efficiency of tasks and processes.

To meet the obligations of ever-changing healthcare industry trends and implement the advanced technologies that support them, Netsync collaborates with healthcare providers and insurance companies to evaluate networking capabilities, assess security vulnerabilities and calculate storage limitations.

As the healthcare industry innovates and changes, we work hard to devise -based solutions that promote the delivery of optimum care and help practitioners keep patients healthier.

Case Study: Data Center Upgrade Leads to Streamlined, More Efficient Operations in Police Department

Case Study: Data Center Upgrade Leads to Streamlined, More Efficient Operations in Police Department

Old System Creates Headaches for Police In this large Texas city, the Police Department was forced to work with a Data Center that was more than 10 years old. This caused more and more headaches and inefficiencies with every year that passed, something that a law enforcement department could not allow. However, they were hesitant…

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