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ClearDATA to Assist Nebraska Regional Extension Center Members in Achieving Meaningful Use

August 16, 2012

ClearDATA Networks, Inc., the leading healthcare cloud computing platform and service provider, today announced that they will offer services that include HIPAA-compliant cloud computing, offsite backup, disaster recovery, and information security to Wide River Technology Extension Center´s members (Nebraska´s Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center).

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) August 16, 2012

ClearDATA Networks, Inc., the leading healthcare cloud computing platform and service provider, today announced that they will offer services that include HIPAA-compliant cloud computing, offsite backup, disaster recovery, and information security to Wide River Technology Extension Center´s members (Nebraska´s Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center). ClearDATA services are designed to help providers achieve Meaningful Use, reduce IT costs, improve productivity, and ensure regulatory compliance.

“Active and effective Regional Extension Centers like Wide River TEC provide greatly needed IT expertise and important services to healthcare providers and organizations in their respective states,” said David Bean, executive vice president of sales and marketing, ClearDATA Networks, Inc. “ClearDATA is pleased to offer our expertise and technical services to Nebraska´s healthcare providers in support of the REC mission.” ClearDATA is currently in working relationships or active partnerships with other numerous RECs throughout the country to assist them in fulfilling their missions.

Medical practices adopting EHRs must demonstrate that patient health information is secure according a Department of Health and Human Services rule published in July 2010. That rule, which set requirements for providers receiving EHR Incentive Payments, established two sets of objectives —15 core objectives and 10 menu objectives, from which providers chose five. The security of patient health information is a core or required objective, specifically, providers must conduct a Security Risk Analysis or if already done, have risk management in place specific to the new risks associated with an EHR.

About Wide River TEC

Wide River TEC was awarded the Regional Extension Center cooperative agreement through an objective review process by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC). In this role Wide River TEC serves as the designated organization in Nebraska to support primary health care providers in EHR adoption and meaningful use. To learn more about EHR adoption, meaningful use and other areas of health IT, visit http://www.healthit.gov. To learn more about Wide River TEC, please visit http://www.widerivertec.org.

About ClearDATA Networks, Inc.

ClearDATA Networks, Inc. is the market leader for cloud computing and information security services for healthcare providers, software vendors and VARs, and 100% dedicated to the healthcare field. ClearDATA´s services enable providers to fully automate and securely manage healthcare medical records, applications, IT infrastructure and digital storage. The company provides HITECH HIPAA-compliant cloud and hosting infrastructure and managed services, offsite backup and disaster recovery, medical image archiving, information security and world-class support. The company offers HIPAA Security Risk and Remediation services through its U.S. Healthcare Compliance division to the healthcare industry in order to ensure that they meet the rigorous standards of security required for protected health information to demonstrate Meaningful Use. For more information, call 602-635-4000, email: sales(at)cleardata(dot)net or visit: http://www.cleardata.net

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Media Contact:                                

ClearDATA Networks, Inc

David Bean

EVP Sales and Marketing

Ph: (602) 635-4006

Email: david.bean(at)cleardata(dot)net

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