Celebrating Mutual Success, AWS Honors Ingram Micro with 2023 Global and North America Distributor Partner of the Year Awards
An interview with Eric Humes, CEO and Founder of Keystone Technologies
This is the first installment of our two-part series on “EHR Cloud
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The Orthopaedic Institute of Western Kentucky (OIWK) improved clinical efficiency and access to patient data
Keystone has been in the business of supporting the on-premise infrastructure for PACS (Picture Archive and Communications System) solutions for over a decade. When
This award recognizes a partner who has expanded their partnership with Ingram Micro Cloud, achieved outstanding growth in customer base and revenue, and emerged as a breakthrough success in 2021
Keystone Technologies, a leader in healthcare technology consulting and services, has announced that it has achieved the AWS Healthcare Competency in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN).
Serving the healthcare industry since 2001, Keystone Technologies has partnered with Ingram Micro to deliver cloud services. With a well-developed Cloud hosting practice on AWS, along with integration and conversion services of EMR data, we are anticipating massive growth in the next several years through our partnership with Ingram Micro.
The seamless user experience of Citrix Workspace allows Keystone to deliver standardized EMR data quickly and efficiently for healthcare providers without disrupting patient care.
Offering the perfect mix of security, redundancy, and optimization, Keystone’s EMR hosting solution powered by Citrix allows immediate access to patient charts and patient data from any location.
By joining forces, ClearDATA and Keystone Technologies deliver healthcare data solutions to help improve patient outcomes.
EHR data conversion is the process of taking data from a legacy electronic health record system and transferring it to a new system.EHR data
The last two decades have seen significant consolidation among health systems, hospitals, and private medical practices. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) encouraged mergers and acquisitions in order to