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Infographic: Inside the Brain Driving Your Hospital’s Body of Care

How EHR Health Safeguards Peak Hospital Performance

A hospital is made up of a massive number of moving parts, variably interconnected with dozens of dependencies. Admissions and revenue cycle management, emergency departments and labs, these departments are all connected and interdependent upon a shared electronic healthcare records system.

Much like the human body depends on optimal brain function to run every organs vital to its survival, the health and security of a hospital’s EHR system plays an important role in its continued ability to operate at high-levels and give patients the best care possible.

The Anatomy of Your EHR Brain

The EHR is one of the most important parts of your hospitals nervous system. Contained within every wrinkle and fold of that brain is invaluable information along with the mechanisms that allow that information to flow seamlessly throughout your hospital and with external facilities.

With so much counting on it, your EHR brain needs ample protection at the stem—the area that acts as a gateway to the rest of your hospital’s nervous system and where you find its survival instincts.

Get a more dissected look at how MEDHOST Direct helps protect your EHR brain to support your hospital’s overall health.

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Patients rely on your hospital, just as your hospital relies on the technology that enables their ability to coordinate and deliver care. Managing the day-to-day security of your hospital or healthcare facility can be challenging on the best of days, let alone when serious threats arise. In order to protect your body of care, hosted and managed service teams monitor the health of your EHR data center at all times.

A MEDHOST Direct hosted EHR solution comes with the level of instinctive security needed to protect one of your hospital’s most vital information gateways. By improving the security of your EHR you can achieve better levels of performance, reduce downtimes, and provide an overall improved care experience.

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