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Tech-Time Selects ClearDATA's HIPAA-compliant Offsite Backup and Recovery Service

November 08, 2012

Tech-Time, Inc., a Billings, Montana- based IT service provider for rural healthcare providers, has selected ClearDATA’s HIPAA-compliant Offsite Backup and Recovery service for its client base of 25 hospitals and additional healthcare providers.

Tech-Time specializes in meeting the information processing needs of rural healthcare providers, while meeting the standards of the America Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

“As healthcare organizations face ever increasing storage needs, tighter IT budgets, and stricter regulatory requirements, cloud-based offsite backup and recovery offers the most cost effective, secure, and reliable solution available with today’s technology,” said Jim Moore, VP sales and marketing at Tech-Time, Inc., in a statement.

Moore said that Tech-Time selected ClearDATA based on the company’s exclusive healthcare focus, HIPAA security expertise, and excellent reputation with customers large and small in the industry.

“ClearDATA is excited to partner with Tech-Time and provide HIPAA-compliant offsite backup and recovery services to their numerous healthcare clients,” said Darin Brannan, CEO of ClearDATA Networks, Inc.

Brannan said that Tech-Time’s in-depth experience and skills in both technology and healthcare enable it to deliver a highly advanced and extremely valuable service to the healthcare community and organizations in Montana.

ClearDATA Networks, Inc. is a major player for cloud computing and information security services for healthcare providers, software vendors and VARs, and 100 percent dedicated to the healthcare field.

Back in April , ClearDATA Networks, Inc. announced a partnership with the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare (National Council) to provide its members − specialty healthcare organizations treating mental illness and addiction disorders − with a variety of HIPAA-compliant cloud computing and information security services.

These services will further National Council members' efforts to deliver the highest quality care through services that reduce overall IT costs, improve productivity, and comply with privacy and security regulations.

ClearDATA's Healthcare Cloud Computing Services include hosting of applications and data, offsite backup and storage, disaster recovery, and vendor neutral archiving (VNA) of PACS and other medical images.




Edited by Brooke Neuman

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