Vitera Healthcare Solutions Introduces Hosted Version of Medical Manager [Manufacturing Close - Up]
(Manufacturing Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Vitera Healthcare Solutions, a provider of ambulatory electronic health records and practice management software and services, announced the general launch of Medical Manager, hosted by Vitera.
According to a release, this move supports long-term customers who would like to reduce operational costs by forgoing the burdens of on-premise server management.
While they have certain benefits, on-premise practice management solutions have the potential to create challenges for physician offices. For example, Devora McKenzie of Atlanta Urological recently experienced unanticipated hardware damage. "One of our servers unexpectedly went offline, which meant we couldn't access any of our records. The outage left us scrambling and threatened to take our attention away from our patients," says McKenzie. "Luckily, Vitera helped us migrate to the hosted version of Medical Manager. Our practice was up and running with little to no productivity lost."
Through the Medical Manager hosted service, all system upgrades, compliance, and technical needs are managed by Vitera, allowing physicians and staff to focus their efforts on delivering quality care. All data entered into the system resides securely within Vitera's data center.
"We are committed to providing practice management technology that supports our customers' processes," says Matthew Hawkins, CEO of Vitera. "Vitera will continue to stand by our users of Medical Manager, and we are pleased to offer them a hosted option. By doing so, we enable providers to continue successfully managing their practices with all the benefits of a virtually managed solution."
Vitera Healthcare Solutions provides clinical and financial technology solutions so physicians and medical professionals can work with patients instead of paperwork.
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