With stressed or outdated infrastructure, daunting HIPAA regulations, and the digitization of medical records, IT departments can quickly become overburdened. Allow us to shoulder some of that load.
To comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), healthcare organizations who interact with protected health information (PHI), electronic protected health information (ePHI), or patient health data must take extra precautions to ensure this information is protected.
From server colocation to cloud IaaS, data centers and other compute infrastructure providers should undergo a HIPAA audit conducted by an independent auditor.
HIPAA IT Infrastructure Use Cases:
HIPAA compliant disaster recovery services or DRaaS
Data centers are independently and externally audited for compliance with HIPAA regulations and standards.
100% uptime SLAs, premium networks, and enterprise equipment ensure your patients' electronic health records will always be available.
A signed BAA outlining security and compliance measures will be given to every customer requiring one.
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
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
We never have to worry about the bandwidth from each individual office back to Green House Data.Thunder Basin Orthopaedics
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