FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--IDS, a cloud computing technology company accelerating interoperability and the transition to digital infrastructure in the healthcare industry, today announced it has executed a partnership agreement with Nuvodia, a nationwide provider of healthcare technology and integration services. Together IDS and Nuvodia will deliver comprehensive enterprise solutions to address the gap in existing information systems and support care collaboration among diagnostic imaging and healthcare organizations.
“By joining forces with this established healthcare IT (HCIT) expert team, we add depth to support the growing demand for our HCIT cloud solutions. Our customer service is king approach remains the key reason to our success while implementing our software-as-a-service (SaaS) portfolio,” said IDS CEO Yaniv Dagan. “Participating early on in the strategic planning process, we can play an instrumental role in migrating legacy systems to nimble, more efficient cloud architecture that fosters connectivity, communication and collaboration across the continuum of care.”
The move will help both firms address the growing demand for interconnectivity and integrated applications, in particular imaging and radiology that traverse the walls of the care facility. Healthcare delivery organizations can leverage cloud computing technology to rapidly build and deploy the next generation of healthcare IT, one that supports multiple specialties and care whether that care is delivered in the hospital, clinic or home.
“As budgets shrink due to declining reimbursement rates while the need to collaborate and communicate in all care environments accelerates, we see a burgeoning need for zero-footprint cloud solutions,” said Jon Copeland, Nuvodia CEO. “When we can replace numerous on-premise point solutions with a single, comprehensive and integrated one in the cloud, clients immediately recognize the value. It not only slashes costs but also cuts the long list of vendors and applications they must manage.”
Under this agreement Nuvodia, a subsidiary of Inland Imaging, one of the nation’s leading providers of professional radiology and medical technology services, will offer AbbaDox cloud radiology information system (RIS) with centralized scheduling and integrated companion applications for document and forms management and referral marketing to Nuvodia’s diagnostic imaging client base.
Headquartered in Spokane, Nuvodia provides consulting, managed IT solutions, services and support across industries including healthcare, financial services and energy. It supports Philips technology solutions including Philips IntelliSpace PACS and is the sole National Channel Partner in the U.S. for Philips’ radiology and cardiology informatics. www.nuvodia.com.
IDS is a cloud computing technology firm and a leader in healthcare information management. AbbaDox Cloud and its suite of mission-critical software applications enable healthcare organizations to transform their IT operations by replacing on-premise infrastructure with the agility and resource efficiency of the cloud. IDS focuses on interoperability and forging new avenues for managing and sharing patient data across enterprises. With its innovative solutions, IDS improves clinical documentation and with it the key stages of patient care delivery and coordination and complements them with powerful business and analytics tools. For more information, visit www.idssite.com.