Blog December 15, 2015

Connectria Achieves AWS Healthcare Competency

Amazon Web Services is a huge player in the cloud computing industry today. Another hot topic in cloud computing is HIPAA and HITECH compliance. What’s more important is being a member of the AWS Competency Program, and earlier today, we announced our newest achievement – AWS Healthcare Competency!

This program is designed to highlight AWS Partners with outstanding technical proficiency and proven customer success in specialized areas. Through our attainment of this competency, we have successfully demonstrated our ability and success in helping healthcare organizations with HIPAA/HITECH compliance needs on AWS.

Through our HIPAA Compliant Managed Services on AWS, we provide a comprehensive suite of security and support features for HIPAA/HITECH standards, including proper setup of AWS environments, necessary levels of encryption, and 24/7 support.

Connectria is a pioneer in HIPAA/HITECH compliant hosting. We were the first company to deliver HIPAA Compliant Hosting in 2007.  With the rapid growth of our Managed Services on AWS, extending our HIPAA Compliant hosting expertise to the AWS Cloud was a natural progression. We are happy to have achieved AWS Healthcare Competency and look forward to helping organizations with compliance solutions on AWS.

– Rich Waidmann, President and CEO

Not only do we provide HIPAA/HITECH compliance for AWS, but also for private clouds and Managed Hosting on dedicated servers, fully independent private clouds and true hybrid environments leveraging our existing HIPAA compliant data centers and AWS infrastructure. Check out our full list of HIPAA packages here.

We look forward to discussing this new achievement and how it can benefit businesses in healthcare when we exhibit at HIMSS16 in the Spring. To learn more about our HIPAA solutions on AWS or any of our world-class services, feel free to contact us.

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