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5 Ways MSPs Can Enhance Healthcare IT Operations

Digital transformation has delivered new levels of security, scalability, reliability and flexibility required to healthcare organizations. For those with tight budgets or those struggling to maintain their own internal IT, managed IT services are providing all of these benefits at low costs and with minimal hassle.

  1. Tighter Security – You can protect against costly cyber attacks that detract from patient care by outsourcing your IT. Managed services deliver proactive security monitoring and help CIOs avoid costly mistakes, downtime, and data leaks.
  2. Easy to Scale – Healthcare organizations who use managed IT services providers find greatly improve service scalability. With a team of experts on hand to design and implement your IT infrastructure around scalable solutions, agility is always high.
  3. Improved Reliability – Around-the-clock staffing and remote network monitoring ensure that organizations can realize uptime levels and security that is nearly impossibly to attain by an in-house IT staff alone.
  4. More Flexibility – Managed IT services allow CIOs to reallocate their IT staff to higher-priority projects and growth-focused initiatives, shifting internal focus to enhancing patient care and creating value related to the mission of their organization.
  5. Reduced IT Costs – Managed IT services shift the IT budget away from capital expenses and toward operations expenses. Organizations can avoid large capital expenses and shift to a model with predictable costs to better plan for IT needs today and in the future.

To learn more about the benefits MSPs, book a free, zero obligation custom consultation with the CEO of mPowered IT OR give us a call at 678-389-6200.

Ready for GDPR? What you need to know about new privacy regulations.

GDPR Compliance

If your company collects data on customers, you need to be GDPR compliant by May 25. Even though this is a European privacy law, it affects businesses here in the US. GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) has new, more transparent regulations for how all companies collect and analyze data tied to EU residents.

Your company will be required to provide a clear notice when you’re collecting data, and let your customers know why you’re collecting it, how long you’ll retain it, and your deletion policies. You’ll need to ensure your employees understand the new policies, and that all your vendors are also compliant.

Your customers will now have the right to access their personal data, and correct or remove it from your database. They can also object to your processing their personal data.

For complete unbiased information on GDPR visit the European Commission.  For network security, penetration testing and all other compliance issues contact mPowered IT at 678-389-6200.

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