At Quatris Healthco, we know the importance of protecting and having access to patient data when needed, and we have the expertise to manage your Centricity servers data maintenance and security. Running Centricity off of your own local server requires constant attention and expert management – using our Cloud service means you won’t have to worry about uptime, updates, or even cyber thieves looking to steal your practice’s data.
In today’s busy medical practices the inability to access patient data for any reason is not just “bad business” for your practice, it could impact patient safety, and that’s never acceptable.
Protect Your Patients’ Data With Cloud Services
Cloud technology allows you to take your Centricity records and move them from your local server to our cloud-based solution. Quatris Healthco’s cloud service is based on a remote desktop connection – you simply log in to a website that launches your connection and access Centricity, indexing, billing, portals and hospital connections from that remote desktop.
Why Move Your Data to the Cloud?
Improve System Performance
Our cloud services balance and monitor load times to deliver peak performance.
High Availability and Uptime
Remote backups and built-in redundancy provide industry gold standard 99.9% uptime guarantee.
Our services manage all critical Centricity maintenance and update tasks so you can focus on patient care.
Disaster Recovery & Increased Security
Redundancy ensures your systems operate in the event of an unexpected outage. Our Centers are monitored 24/7/365 by certified network engineers.
Running in the cloud offers substantial cost savings over running your own network and no capital acquisition costs.
Why We’ve Partnered with Synoptek
Built from the ground up, Quatris Healthco’s data center stores your practice’s information, letting you focus on patient care, while we handle the technology, security patches, system updates and more.
90% of provider organizations surveyed by KLAS Research are either currently hosting or considering hosting their data off-premises.