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Blog April 14, 2015

HIMSS15: Connectria Launches HIPAA Compliant Solution on Amazon Web Services

HIPAA and health data security continue to take center stage at this year’s HIMSS conference. Adding to the buzz around this topic, yesterday we were pleased to announce that Connectria, as an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Consulting Partner and AWS Reseller, now provides a turnkey approach to achieving and maintaining HIPAA Compliance on AWS.

With the rise in popularity of Amazon Web Services, companies began to explore how to implement HIPAA Compliant hosting in AWS. In order to meet the needs of companies that want to run HIPAA Compliant environments in AWS, customers may now leverage Connectria’s vast experience in architecting, implementing and managing HIPAA Compliance on AWS industry-leading cloud solutions.

Steve Halliwell, General Manager, Healthcare & Life Sciences for Amazon Web Services, Inc., echoed the market’s need for this solution and excitement around our new offering: “Today, healthcare organizations are looking for IT solutions that allow them to move quickly, reduce costs, and better serve patients, in a secure and compliant manner. Customers who require HIPAA compliance encompass a wide spectrum of business types and models, from start-up to multinational and traditional to leading edge solutions. Connectria has a wealth of experience in this space and we are pleased that they are now offering their HIPAA Compliant Managed Services on AWS.”

To learn more about Connectria’s HIPAA Compliant Managed Services on AWS, please visit HIPAA on AWS.

For those at HIMSS15, please stop by Connectria’s booth # 8160 to learn more.

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