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Is Your On-Premise EHR Server Holding You Back?

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Is Your On-Premise EHR Server Holding You Back?

Cloud-based pain management software was built to help practices like yours meet today’s challenges. If you’re still spending more time, resources and money than you’d like on an on-premise EHR server, now could be a great time to switch to the cloud.

Cloud vs. On-Premise: Understanding the Differences

Is now the time to switch to cloud-based software? This chart may help you decide if it’s the right move for your pain management practice.
Cloud On-Premise
Less hardware to buy, set up and manage. You’re responsible for your hardware, updates, backups and more.
Easier to scale your capacity up or down. Want more capacity? You’ll need to buy extra servers.
Automatic software updates to improve functionality, address concerns and more. Updates take time, may cost extra and software could become outdated prior to installation.
Redundancy, automatic backups and resilient storage help protect data and decrease service interruptions. More vulnerable to natural disasters and on-site theft. Backups are likely your responsibility.
Your data syncs across devices and locations. Limited mobility, as your data is stored on-site.
All-in-one solution for software licensing, operations and support. You may need to hire extra IT support.

Here's What Your Peers Are Saying

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Aneesh Singla, MD, MPH, National Spine and Pain Centers

“Modernizing Medicine’s EHR system, EMA, is a specialty specific platform that is built around the clinician. It is also cloud-based and designed for the iPad, which provides portability and versatility.”

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Jonathan Kamerlink, MD, Kamerlink Pain Institute

“Having a cloud-based EHR gives me the freedom to access my patient charts easily and quickly from almost anywhere with an internet connection. On my laptop or through the PocketEMA mobile phone app, I can pull up my patients’ charts in just a few clicks.”

Consider Your Options

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Consider Your Options

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Thinking About Data Security? We Are, Too.

Here are some of the ways we’re helping you to manage the risks created by malware, ransomware, phishing attacks and other threats.

  • Backups to an Isolated Network – Your data is replicated to redundant availability zones in real time and also backed up to alternate regions as an additional safeguard.
  • Timely Updates and Patches – Your software is automatically updated, with little to no interruption.
  • Frequent Employee Training – Many cyberattacks are traced back to human error, so we train early and often.
  • Constant Improvement – We conduct penetration testing and engage a third party to conduct security evaluations.
  • Restricted Admin Rights – Our software makes it easy to limit access based on a variety of factors.
  • 24/7 Managed Security Operations We have 24/7 information security operations, so it security doesn’t have to feel like a 24/7 job for our clients.

Learn more about what we’re doing to help reduce the risk.

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