Backup & Recovery in Health Care IT
Of all the vertical industries of interest to the channel, few hold more broad promise and greater opportunity than health care. Thanks to new targeted products, evolving standards of care and an increase in federal government incentives, the health care IT market is witnessing substantial spending growth.
Register to read this e-book, a publication of The 2112 Group and Intronis, to examine:
- The Growing Market for Health Care Technology
- Combining RTO & RPO
- Health Care-Focused Channel Opportunities
- HIPAA Compliance & Other Unique Challenges
- Selling IT in the Health Care Vertical
This e-book is ideal for MSPs who want to generate more health care sales by targeting the unique needs of medical providers.
Last year, the U.S. health care IT sector topped $40 billion in annual sales and is expected to grow 23 percent annually through next year. A substantial amount of that spending comes from the $19 billion in federal grants approved by Congress in 2010 to update technology across the U.S. health care industry. Those funds will be rolled out industry-wide through 2015.
As a result, IT managed services solution providers are looking at the health care space as fertile ground for specialized services offerings that encompass electronic medical records (EMRs) and document management, networking and mobility, security and data encryption services, advanced imaging, online storage, backup and recovery, and cloud computing. Solution providers able to navigate the health care industry’s complex technology requirements and myriad regulatory and compliance hurdles are poised to recognize the sector’s significant financial opportunities.
In this e-book, a publication of The 2112 Group and Intronis, we examine the state of the health care IT market, the specific drivers of growth in this fertile space, and what backup and recovery services hold for solution providers looking to develop new health care IT practices. We will also look at some of the specific challenges partners must overcome to work effectively with health care clients and discuss ways to generate more health care sales by targeting the unique needs of medical providers.