“Receiving an ATO is a great testament to the amount of time and effort that we put into ensuring that our customers’ data is always protected,” said Jonathan Waldman, VP, Business & Legal Affairs. “We know that the ATO has been a roadblock in the past for many groups looking for automated scheduling solutions for their healthcare providers. We’re glad that we are able to move forward to support those who take care of our veterans.”
The VA distributes ATO clearances to promote and endorse businesses developing systems, products, and processes intended for use at VA. These ATOs certify that all applicable security standards are met for every VA system and are made standard in product development.
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