Microsoft Deployments & Migrations

Microsoft Cloud is a paramount business resource. By storing information on the Microsoft Cloud, your organization can more easily share that information. Additionally, Microsoft Cloud offers the ideal backup storage for all your critical records. This protects the vital information of your patients and employees.

Let us help you find your way to the Cloud by using Federated Identity through Azure AD, while obtaining secure Cloud access to:

  • Telehealth
  • CRM
  • HR
  • Telemedicine

At Gordian Health IT, we can enable use of Microsoft Cloud in a way that doesn’t disrupt your business operations in the least.

Infrastructure & Security

While hard copies and rooms full of filing cabinets still have some value, the healthcare field has benefited greatly by the introduction of networked computers.

Modern programs can automatically fill in many of the fields regarding patient identity and health history just by entering a reference number. Increasing the speed of data entry work allows healthcare workers more time to actually deal with patients.

Do Windows 10 Right!

Whether it is leveraging a proof of concept, pilot, or deployment automation services, Gordian Health IT can help you avoid common pitfalls customers experience during major OS migrations.

Our experienced team of architects and engineers will guide you through every step using industry best practices.

**Reword **At Gordian DynamicsHealth IT, we will build an efficient system, which protects the security of patient information, and provide full instruction for all employees on how to use it effectively.

$363 Average Cost per Lost or Stolen Medical Record

Protected health information, which includes such sensitive information as Social Security numbers, medical record numbers, date of birth, and more, is an incredibly valuable commodity on the black market.

A recent Ponemon Institute report on the cost of breaches revealed the average cost per lost or stolen record to be $154. That number skyrockets to $363 on average for healthcare organizations.

Malicious Use Cases

While often used for the purposes of identity theft, criminals can use healthcare data for access to medical care in the victim’s name or corporate extortion. Earlier this year, the Wall Street Journal reported on several fraudulent medical care cases, among them a worker who received a bill for a leg-injury treatment and a retiree mistakenly charged for a surgical operation.

These many malicious use-cases underscore the importance of securing sensitive healthcare data.