BlueLock's healthcare-related client base seems to continue to grow - and they each have one specific need in common: security.
Recently, BlueLock produced a case study with Pathagility in regards to their Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) application which facilitates the generation, management and reporting of clinical data between healthcare providers and healthcare institutions. Early on in the company's life, they realized that it made more business sense to forge a relationship with a provider who could secure and manage their IT infrastructure environment rather than spending capital on purchasing, implementing and managing their own. At BlueLock, they were especially happy with the ability to scale and pay as they grew in a secure and SAS 70 compliant cloud hosting environment. Pathagility's success was dependent on their ability to focus on the development of their SaaS solution and get to market quickly rather than directing their talent towards the day-to-day IT operations.
A very similar story unfolds with a new client, AmeriVeri CR. AmeriVeri CR is an in-depth , fully automated method for verifying the coding accuracy of healthcare claims. The company saves their clients an average of 4% in healthcare claims simply by identifying coding errors. They also needed a highly secure and SAS 70 compliant cloud hosting solution. The company just got its official start in January of 2010, but after quickly receiving funding and attracting great interest from clients and prospects, the comany needed to be able to expand its offering quickly. Enter BlueLock.
These are just two of many healthcare-related clients BlueLock currently has running in its Enterprise Cloud platform, but each tells a similar story and proves that yes, the cloud is secure.
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