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Managed Solution was originally chosen to partner with the client due to their growing demands for day to day IT support that were not being met. After 1 year of working with Managed Solution, they were able to increase their staff by 25% because they know they now have a way to support them. [Read More]
Mobile device management (MDM) is an industry term for the administration of mobile devices, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers. MDM is usually implemented with the use of a third party product that has management features for particular vendors of mobile devices.[Read More]
A large, nationwide Senior Living Facility with over 24 offices and more than 1200 employees needed to reduce IT capital and operational expenses while improving employee collaboration. By building a hybrid cloud infrastructure, the organization has dramatically reduced its IT spend by over $250,000 in the first year. [Read More]
With healthcare IT being a popular topic in the news today, the digital revolution continues to address how technology can actually improve healthcare. Successful healthcare organizations are implementing modern technology into everyday business. The great news is that everybody wins with smarter technology in healthcare.[Read More]
In 2013, the use of Electronic Health Records tripled in U.S. hospitals. Society’s increasing reliance on information technology, new government funding to support the purchase of EHR systems, and the future penalties that will be assessed against providers that do no use EHRs under the Affordable Care Act are three major factors driving adoption of electronic health records… [Read More]
The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health, also known as the HITECH Act of 2009, was enacted to increase use of Electronic Health Records (EHR) by physicians and hospitals. To encourage providers to adopt meaningful use practices, CMS (Medicare & Medicaid) is offering incentives to those that qualify technologically and can demonstrate… [Read More]