Data Storage Corp. Creates Health Care Division to Focus on Health IT
Back Published 2009-06-08
Garden City, N.Y. — June 3
Data Storage Corp., a provider of disaster recovery and business continuity solutions, is proud to introduce its new division, Healthcare DPS, as burdening industry, state and federal regulations create demand for services. Healthcare DPS specializes in comprehensive health IT solutions for group practices, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and hospitals in the New York Metro area.
The new division has a broad solution portfolio including a 2008 CCHIT Certified Electronic Health Record (EHR) solution, practice management, paper scanning, e-mail archiving and e-discovery, medical image archiving, data backup and storage, network monitoring, Internet service, telecommunications and compliance documentation.
"Our solutions empower providers to improve profitability and maximize efficiency, resulting in improved quality of life for providers, as well as the quality of care for their patients," said Jason Nocco, who oversees the new division as vice president and general manager.
"We understand the challenges that health care professionals face today, as well as the regulations that they will have to comply with tomorrow. Healthcare DPS makes that transition reasonable, affordable and sometimes even lucrative."
Healthcare DPS is positioned to become a regionally recognized brand name aiming to capitalize on increasing industry, state and federal regulations, which include the HITECH Act for Healthcare in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 recently signed by President Barack Obama.
A typical client may see an increase in revenue due to Medicare reimbursement for e-prescription use, a reduction of their telephone or Internet expenses and an increase in efficiency after leveraging EHR and practice management solutions, ultimately leading to more patient visits per day and more revenue throughout the year. In addition, clients and their patients benefit from increased security of electronic protected health information and the reassurance of regulatory compliance.