Green House Data takes HIPAA compliance and Business Associate responsibilities seriously, providing solutions through industry best practices. Below you may explore resources relating specifically to the healthcare industry, HIPAA compliance, and the products and services that will fit to your needs.
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
Seconds matter to us, and Green House Data's highly available and always-on infrastructure means our staff can access reliable medical data at a moment's notice. In addition, Green House Data's HIPAA compliance ensures we never have to worry about the safety of our records.Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
We were more than pleasantly surprised with the extent to which the team at Green House Data was willing to listen to our needs and develop additional service offerings, policies, and procedure to meet them.HCMS Group
In addition to the confidence we feel in the company's security standards, we are also assured that our patients' information is being properly protected and is in compliance with HIPAA.Premier Bone and Joint
A company like ours depends on the service 100% of the time – every single penny which we make is coming out of that service, and we did everything humanly possible to figure out the best possible partner.ARMUS Corporation
UConn Health is an academic medical center located in Farmington, Connecticut, and associated with the University of Connecticut. It is a major healthcare provider and research center.
UConn Health wanted to switch from VMware to Hyper-V to reduce costs, but were concerned about the migration process.
Green House Data helped build a Microsoft-based private cloud to migrate hundreds of VMware virtual machines to Hyper-V easily and efficiently. With the conversion, they are able to avoid more than US $600,000 in licensing costs over five years, cutting server count in half, trimming labor costs, keeping clinical and business applications available, and delivering servers in hours instead of days.