Best Practice On The Cloud – Best Practice Support
Suitable for clinics of all types, Best Practice is one of the more popular practice management solutions in Australia and our team at REND Tech Associates are eager to assist Best Practice users in taking the software to the next level.
Whether you have an IT infrastructure in place or are considering upgrading equipment, moving Blue Chip to the cloud will reduce frustrations, costs and process issues while at the same time increasing efficiency and allowing more time to be spent on patient care. Hundreds of our Australian customers have already provided positive feedback on the benefits of using our proprietary Cloud for Health platform.
Why not contact us to discuss in detail, after reviewing the questions and related answers below?
Why Best Practice on the cloud?
Best Practice on Cloud for Health removes the need to purchase, setup and maintain an expensive in-house server. The benefits of Best Practice on the cloud include reliability; access from anywhere, cost reduction and, most importantly, an enhancement of the user experience.
Health professionals who access Best Practice on the cloud enjoy a reliable, secure and user-friendly experience. Without the need to install software on your computer, you can access your patient data from any internet-ready device with absolute security.
How does it work?
We own our own data centres and have created a complex IT environment that includes a variety of software platforms and enhance security policies. Health businesses can access their clinical applications using our proprietary cloud platform, which we call Cloud for Health.
It could not be easier for the end-user, is all they need to do is open any internet browser, log into our secure portal and from there they can easily access Best Practice to view or modify clinical or patient data.
What About The User Experience?
Clients that use Cloud for Health benefit from high speed, reliability and enhanced security. Best Practice behaves exactly as expected and the user experience is identical to that provided by on-site networks.
What are the costs?
With cloud computing subscriptions you pay for what you use and without the IT costs traditionally associated with on-site networks, whether it is servers, maintenance, upgrades or salaried staff.
What about Backups & Security?
Patient and clinical data is the core of any healthcare practice and we actively protect and backup your data to prevent loss or destruction. As we own multiple servers, we provide redundant backups in several locations to ensure that even in the event of a natural disaster at one of our data centres, your service remains uninterrupted.
Daily backups are part of our normal process and each backup is retained for a month before deletion. In addition, our policies and procedures are fully compliant with multiple industry standards in the areas of security, data storage and healthcare.
Best Practice On Cloud For Health FAQ
By using our service, any health business will dramatically reduce their costs, futureproof their practice and eliminate the headaches associated with a complex IT setup.
In fact, if you take Genie as an example in benchmarking we found that it performed faster overall than on a traditional network. In other words, given the scalability available, practically unlimited resources are available to ensure all of our clients receive the best possible service.
It is much cheaper to select a cloud-only solution as this eliminates the costs associated with local network servers and the headaches often caused maintaining and upgrading this equipment. It is so much easier for medical professionals to allow cloud service providers worry about all of these issues when maintaining the data centres. If you need an upgrade to our cloud service, whether it is additional users, storage or features, changes are implemented in minutes. Compare that scenario with the difficulties and costs in upgrading local networks and equipment. Users of Cloud for Health never have to worry about purchasing additional hardware.