Host your Epic Systems healthcare platform in the gBlock™ Cloud to achieve the performance, scalability, and compliance required for health applications — or choose colocation to enable the power, cooling, and space needed for 24/7 healthcare access.
Whether you're just starting your Epic Systems project, adding new healthcare applications to infrastructure that's at capacity, struggling with uptime, or simply upgrading and modernizing your IT infrastructure, a hosted Epic environment might be the solution.
Enterprise-class data centers from Green House Data are ready to power your Epic healthcare system. You can go with virtualized cloud infrastructure, using the VMware powered gBlock Cloud as a stable, proven platform for HIPAA compliant health IT applications. Or colocate your servers and equipment in one of seven nationwide data centers for guaranteed uptime, redundancy, and top tier connectivity.
No matter the product, you'll receive a signed Business Associates Agreement, 100% SLAs, and Hear from a Human℠ customer support with an unmatched 15 minute response time.
Third party auditors certify HIPAA compliance across all Green House Data facilities.
Business Associates Agreements meet HIPAA requirements and deliver peace of mind.
Data centers feature multilayered physical and digital security.
Your system availability is guaranteed, so your medical team can keep providing high quality care.
Avoid data center site expenses and let your team focus on Epic administration instead of hardware.
As Cheyenne Regional Medical Center expanded and improved on our healthcare delivery initiatives, we moved EPIC to the Green House Data environment...to ensure constant uptime for both patients and our healthcare staff.Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
VMware was chosen as the target virtualization platform for Epic in 2013, receiving additional support, testing, and implementation guides. Choosing a VMware cloud like Green House Data ensures your healthcare platform will be supported for years to come.
As your healthcare environment shifts, you'll need to adjust your IT resources accordingly. Cloud hosting is simple to scale up and down as needed. Provision additional storage as your imaging systems balloon, or add new preconfigured desktops in a matter of minutes.
The gBlock Cloud offers file, block, or object storage types to best suit a given application. Object storage is of particular interest to healthcare organizations as it is suited best for unstructured data like documents, images, and video.
A HIPAA compliant data center provider can offer a powered shell or built-out white space customized to your Epic system requirements, while allowing you to focus on system administration instead of keeping servers online. Dedicated hardware owned by your organization allays privacy and security concerns.
For Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, choosing Green House Data was a simple decision. Their on-premise data center didn't have the power, cooling, or space necessary to house a new Epic system. They decided to colocate in Cheyenne for state of the art redundancy, abundant power, and room to grow as needed. Even with hardware installation and system testing, they were able to keep the project on time. By adding Disaster Recovery, they also became one of only a handful of Epic hospital users who have failed over completely to a DR site.
Green House Data operates seven data center facilities across the United States, so no matter where your hospitals, offices, or users may be, you can colocate nearby.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is a popular choice for healthcare providers as it helps consolidate data, avoid breaches, and administrate hundreds or thousands of desktops across large facilities like hospitals, clinics, and doctor's offices.
Your IT department can virtualize Epic and install the required applications on preconfigured desktop pools, easily pushing them to clients as needed. Single-sign-on and card access is possible, allowing specific roles like doctors, nurses, or office workers access to only the data and applications that they need.