Significant changes in the healthcare industry have made adoption of information technology more critical than ever. The government has implemented Meaningful Use, which offers providers financial incentives for integrating Electronic Health Records (EHR) into their programs. In addition, the HIPAA Acts mandate standards for the security and privacy of individual health information, with hefty penalties attached to infractions, intentional or not.
Without a doubt, cloud computing has revolutionized the call center experience. However, Google didn't stop there. Google for Manufacturing is well on its way to revolutionizing those processes, too. Many companies have made use of cloud technology as it pertains to sales and other business applications, but if your business is building things, Google has even more to offer you.
We want your team to be as efficient as they can be, to work together more effectively and envision and create a culture of innovation. Take advantage of these new features from Q3 that you may have missed in Google Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms.
Introduced in 1989 Lotus Notes, now IBM Notes, is a client-server collaboration platform that offers email, calendar, task lists, instant messaging and user directories. The software was particulary popular in the mid 1990s but many mid-size and large enterprise still use it today. This month Google released a new version of it's migration tool which helps free these companies from the burden of maintaining legacy Notes servers.
RingCentral for Google incorporates cloud technology with the communication and collaboration aspects of Google Apps for Work to launch them to a greater level of efficiency. Google has taken some of its most popular web applications and combined them into a suite of software tools to which business owners can subscribe. RingCentral for Google offers a phone system that integrates those tools into a unique communications package without the need for expensive hardware upgrade.
Those working in the healthcare industry can now take advantage of Google for Work apps thanks to new compliance measures taken by Google to ensure proper handling of Protected Health Information (PHI). While HIPAA regulations may have left healthcare workers concerned about storing patient data on the cloud in the past, a compliance guide was released by Google in February of 2015 that details how Google Apps can be implemented so that HIPAA standards are maintained.
You can order pizza online, purchase movie tickets from the comfort of home, check into your flights via your smartphone and much more. However, because coordinating all of your activities gets hectic, some things inevitably fall through the cracks. For example, when you get an email or text about a business dinner, you’re about to take off on a plane or in the middle of preparing a report. You forget to input the new event into your electronic calendar. However, good news has arrived! Starting now, Gmail and Calendar programs will coordinate to make scheduling easier for Premier Google for Work users such as yourself.
With apps available everywhere, sometimes it's hard to decide what apps you should use for your business. Here are five reasons for using Google Business Apps. The Apps are easy to start using, As powerful as you want them to be, cost efficient, high security and there's a mainstream and wide support available. There's also cake.
Healthcare providers have unique needs when it comes to data and communication. In order to provide quality health care, patient records must be accurate, complete, and readily available. Collaboration between health professionals is critical. Real-time communication across employee groups ensures the best patient care possible. Google Apps for Work and Google Drive for work make this possible. Beyond that, Google productivity tools are HIPAA compliant.