Thought Leadership and Insights

How cloud innovation is transforming healthcare, data interoperability, and compliance.

Abstract: IT Lessons From Covid-19 on Building a Pandemic Insight Engine

In his article published by HealthIT Answers, Cloudticity Founder Gerry Miller identifies 5 keys for a unified technology deployment strategy in a public health emergency to enable Building a Pandemic Insight Engine.

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| Author HealthIT Answers, tagged in healthcare data interoperability

Abstract: Telemedicine Security and Compliance Best Practices

In this HIT Consultant contributed article, Cloudticity Founder Gerry Miller writes that the surge in telemedicine adoption and traffic demands following a few best practices to safeguard security and compliance:

“Compliance should be viewed as a real-time process that drives security. Telemedicine tools and technology should therefore reflect significant expertise with all healthcare regulations (HIPAA, HITRUST, HITECH), with compliance functions permeating processes. Recommended compliance best practices include:

  1. 1. Automate Remediation

Healthcare applications cannot offer high reliability if every potential compliance problem is remediated manually; there’s just too much that can go wrong and never enough staff to address it when needed. The solution is to automate everything that can be automated, and rely on people to handle exceptions or potential violations that don’t impact reliability. Cloud-based services can integrate AI and operational intelligence to automatically remediate anomalies when possible, present recommendations to operations staff for cases that cannot be resolved automatically, and present clear choices such as…” Read the full article here.

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| Author HIT Consultant, tagged in telemedicine

Abstract: Cloud Utilization in the Healthcare Industry

In his first contribution to the MedCity News Health IT Influencers section, Cloudticity founder and CEO Gerry Miller writes about the unique constraints of cloud utilization in healthcare. Using the covid-19 pandemic as the backdrop, he notes that 2020 showed “ how the healthcare world can turn on a dime — and its technology needs to be up to the task.”

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| Author MedCity News, tagged in