BlackMesh Introduces Healthcare Managed Cloud Solution

December 6, 2016 Off By Hoofer
Grazed from BlackMesh

BlackMesh, a leader in fully-managed dedicated and cloud-based solutions, announced today it is continuing to provide innovative technology solutions to the healthcare market by launching its HIPAA-compliant Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution. The cloud offering is designed to meet the specific technical and regulatory needs of the healthcare industry.

BlackMesh’s private healthcare cloud solution meets the strict requirements of the healthcare industry and provides the highest-level of security for important medical data, including Electronic Medical Records (EMRs), Electronic Health Records (EHRs), and other healthcare applications. With the BlackMesh HIPAA-compliant cloud platform, agencies within the healthcare sector can focus on patient-related project initiatives, not underlying network operations or security.

“We’re thrilled to officially launch a cloud solution that serves the healthcare community’s unique and complex needs – such as cost savings and secure high-volume data storage,” said BlackMesh President Eric Mandel. “By offering a compliant and secure cloud platform for managing and maintaining data, BlackMesh is helping the health services industry better collaborate and serve the public.”

This HIPAA-compliant cloud solution is essential not only for healthcare service facilities such as clinics and hospitals, but individual healthcare professionals such as doctors and nurses. The health records these groups handle, especially those containing protected health information (PHI), need to be as secure as possible, and accessible only to them. The strict HIPAA security standards BlackMesh abides by include electronic data confirmation, authentication, and encryption – ensuring that necessary level of data security is achieved.

BlackMesh’s HIPAA-compliant cloud enables healthcare service organizations to explore and take advantage of innovating health services such as telehealth, telemedicine, and resource sharing through cloud-based interoperability.

This launch marks the company’s first official healthcare-specific PaaS offering.