The Role of Technology After COVID

Sirius Healthcare and HealthIMPACT are midway through a panel discussion series designed for healthcare IT leaders transitioning from a period of rapid pandemic response to a sustainable recovery in a world forever changed. As the entire system faces unprecedented challenges, the value of digital healthcare has never been more evident; yet at the same time, resources [...]

Top 5 Things to Watch Out for When Re-Platforming Your EHR

Since ever-growing data continues to rule business trajectories, the transition to future readiness is essential. Nowhere is this truer than in the healthcare industry, which in this past year has seen remarkably rapid technological growth and innovation. In many instances, healthcare organizations are weighing their strategies to upgrade existing platforms or to deploy new ones [...]

Sirius Wins Veritas Partner Award for New Business Growth

Every year Veritas considers its top U.S., Canada, and Latin America partners for its Partner of the Year awards, which recognizes excellence in innovation, growth and performance throughout the year. This year, Sirius was named Veritas’ Top New Business Growth National Business Partner: U.S. in recognition of achieving the largest growth in new business revenue as [...]

Healthcare Reinforces Disaster Recovery With Hybrid Cloud

As healthcare IT organizations grapple with reduced budgets, increased regulation and now the disruptions created by a global pandemic, the costs associated with disaster recovery are receiving renewed analysis. The struggle for organizations? How to continue providing the delivery of care and continuity to the business of healthcare in the face of disaster while endeavoring [...]

The 411 on Temperature Monitoring

The COVID-19 crisis has impacted everyday life of people in our world. As we try to find the new normal and return to the rhythm of life, organizations and businesses are looking for new ways to keep employees, customers and the overall public safe. Technologies will play a key role in this return, though exactly [...]

$Millions Available Through COVID-19 Telehealth Program

The adoption of telehealth programs and services has seen explosive growth during the current pandemic, becoming a critical component for the safe delivery of healthcare services. If you haven’t heard already, the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) $200-million COVID-19 Telehealth Program is helping healthcare organizations establish or expand their telehealth capabilities and services, ensuring that patients [...]

Sirius Case Study: Mobilizing Pop-up Drive-through Testing For COVID-19

A healthcare system needed to respond rapidly to the COVID-19 pandemic with pop-up drive-through testing sites. But first they needed a way to secure network connections between testing sites and their data center. To help, Sirius developed a technology-agnostic solution with secure network connections between drive-through clinics and their data centers. The solution made it [...]

Pop-up COVID-19 Clinics Stress IT Resources, Infrastructure

Many healthcare organizations are planning for—or have already begun—the process of rolling out pop-up or mobile COVID-19 clinics to support expanded coronavirus testing. As witnessed with the Ebola outbreak in 2014 and other events that have impacted patient health on a large scale, we anticipate these mobile clinics will result in healthcare organizations’ reconsideration of [...]

Blockchain in Healthcare: Greater Security, Fewer Mistakes, Less Paper

If the first thing that comes to mind when you hear “blockchain” is Bitcoin, you’re not alone. Cryptocurrencies were built on blockchain’s system of using distributed, permissioned computing to create a virtual ledger that could be used to confirm and ensure the accuracy and security of transactions. In the healthcare industry, where the security of [...]

Patient Care in the Cloud

Healthcare is going digital, and it’s not all happening inside the hospital or clinic. With the increasing popularity of telehealth services and smart remote-monitoring devices, doctor-patient relationships have new tools for communication, diagnosis and monitoring, and the implications for patient care are significant. For example, McKinsey has identified that one of the principal reasons patients [...]