It used to be about connecting to the Internet; now it’s about connecting on the Internet. HealthConnect’s HealthCloud2 platform takes your organization to the next level of efficiency by moving applications, platforms and collaboration to the cloud. It’s five times faster and half the cost.
HealthConnect and HealthCloud2 are your means to collaborate in real-time from anywhere with physicians, nurses, staff and patients in a safe and secure 2-way conversational environment.
The Move to Cloud2
Gartner predicts that mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most common Web access device worldwide by 2013. Are you ready? While you may be struggling to modify your legacy systems to integrate as much as they can with new platforms and a rapidly changing environment, HealthCloud2 is already there. Furthermore, the HealthConnect HealthCloud2 platform comes with automatic upgrades and "pay-as-you-go" real-time features that legacy systems cannot match.
HealthCloud2 is built on the #1 cloud application: Force.com. As you can see in this chart, social networking has now surpassed eMail in terms of time spent by users, on average, per week. These are worldwide statistics, so don’t think your market is any different. Facebook and YouTube have surpassed Search as the top Internet applications. So doesn’t it make sense to use a healthcare application with a similar look and feel that functions just as easily as the industry leaders – especially since it also saves you time and money? That’s HealthConnect and HealthCloud2.
Cloud computing provides numerous strategic and tactical benefits, including IT decapitalization, accessibility, business agility, scalability, and cost-effectiveness. With Cloud computing platforms, the compute resources, storage resources, application logic, and development and deployment environments can now reside on the Web and be accessed 24/7 without having to rely on local replicas or resources other than a browser. Organizations that have moved to the cloud have reduced their 3-year TCO by 54% and have typically saved more than $560,000 per application.