Leveraging the Cloud to Meet the ONC Final Rule Compliance Deadline

Leveraging the Cloud to Meet the ONC Final Rule Compliance Deadline

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The difficulties and expenses associated with modern health data integration, management, and compliance can be overcome using cloud-based infrastructure. Many healthcare organizations have embraced its power to meet Final Rule requirements and future-proof their IT. It’s the only feasible solution.

Healthcare information interoperability services can be set up and run in the cloud in a fraction of the time/cost needed for traditional storage systems that require the procurement, evaluation, racking/stacking of physical servers and databases, and configuration for data ingestion/export — a process that can take months. Cloud-native solutions can be deployed and scaled in moments with a consolidated data environment feeding multiple data stores.

Using cloud power, healthcare organizations can instantly spin up computational resources as demand increases and spin them down when no longer required or desired. Costly resource procurement is a thing of the past with the cloud’s pay-for-use model.

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