11 Nov API Healthcare to launch remote services of human capital management solutions
API Healthcare has signed an agreement with Logicalis, a provider of integrated information and communications technology solutions, to offer remote hosting services to its clients. Remote hosting enables healthcare organizations to maintain internal control of their existing IT investments and infrastructure while outsourcing routine management and maintenance activities.
Benefits include increased data storage efficiency and higher system availability, as well as lower power and cooling costs and reduced floor space constraints. In addition, hospitals and health systems are able to bypass the initial capital investment in servers and related hardware as well as the continuing expense of updating that equipment over time—allowing them to more effectively leverage and predict costs.
“Due to the complexities inherent in managing and maintaining multiple health information systems, many hospitals and health systems are turning to remote hosting,” said J.P. Fingado, president and chief executive officer of API Healthcare. “Remote hosting capabilities not only eliminate the need for API Healthcare’s clients to invest in additional IT resources when implementing our human capital management solutions but also enable them to avoid the potential disruption to workflow that can occur during onsite solution management. As a result, clients are able to spend more time focusing on their core business issues.”
By utilizing API Healthcare, a provider of human capital management solutions to the healthcare industry, employees for the ongoing management of their human capital management systems, hospitals and health systems are able to leverage the experience and knowledge of a team of experts dedicated to ensuring that those systems consistently perform at the highest level possible.
With healthcare organizations facing the challenge of implementing resource-intensive HIT solutions such as electronic health record systems (EHRs), it is important to provide solutions that can be deployed in parallel and supported as efficiently as possible. As API Healthcare continues to grow, the company is committed to the development of new products and services that will support its clients in implementing cost-saving human capital management solutions without diluting their existing resources.
“The growing adoption of HIT applications has put increased demands on the IT infrastructures of hospitals and health systems, making it imperative that these organizations find secure, cost-effective ways to optimize their IT resources while ensuring system performance and reliability,” said Terry Flood, president for Logicalis.