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Take the Worry Out of Healthcare Cloud Migration With CTG’s Cloud Solutions
Data has quickly become key to both organizational and operational decisions in the healthcare industry. It informs the direction of everything from scheduling and staffing to patient experience and care delivery. However, managing and analyzing data takes coordination and computing power, particularly when working with disparate applications. The most efficient, scalable, and reliable solution is healthcare cloud migration—a fact not lost on providers.
Ask any healthcare organization, and you’ll likely hear that digital transformation is a top priority. Yet many still wait to migrate to the cloud, and the primary reason is often the costs of data migration and cloud storage. A recent survey by Trend Micro Inc. found that global healthcare organizations ranked cost among the top four cloud migration challenges. Another pressing issue is skills: Few healthcare organizations have the resources necessary to lift applications to the cloud.
Though cost and resources can present significant hurdles, none outweighs the potential ROI from a migration to the cloud. The overall cost reduction and revenue growth will be well worth the effort of a healthcare cloud migration and, fortunately, CTG can take on most of that effort for you with our Cloud Solutions.
Healthcare IT Consulting From CTG
When your organization is struggling to build a solid business case for cloud migration, CTG’s healthcare IT consulting services can help draw lines between clinical care standards and organizational and financial efficiencies to demonstrate the value of a migration. CTG relies on data assessments to support CFOs and IT directors in writing board memorandums that drive organizational buy-in for healthcare cloud migration.
From there, CTG combines industry-standard expertise and extensive healthcare experience with a unique set of competencies to execute every stage of a healthcare cloud migration. Our internal resources possess deep experience in the secure migration and use of all public clouds (i.e., Azure, AWS, Google Cloud, and more).
Beyond that, CTG’s healthcare background in nurse informatics and clinical care delivery helps drive better health outcomes. Throughout the process of migrating a health system, CTG remains on hand to understand the impact on your organization from a patient-care perspective. CTG’s goal is to deliver cloud migration ROI in relation to resources, and, more important, to produce better clinical workflows and outcomes for your organization.
To learn more about CTG’s unique ability to provide cloud consulting services for healthcare organizations’ technical, clinical, and business needs, get in touch today.
Director, Health Solutions, Payors and Vendors
Brandon Franklin has more than 20 years’ experience in healthcare IT, and currently serves as the Director of Health Solutions, North America, for CTG. Prior to joining CTG, Brandon served in a multitude of leadership positions spanning multiple healthcare verticals including hospitals, ambulatory practices, FQHC’s, payers, ACOs, and other acute and post-acute healthcare organizations. Brandon is a frequent speaker and presenter, and has previously appeared before the Department of Defense/VA speaking on healthcare interoperability, as well as before the ACO World Congress, Payer National Conference, and other national events.
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