What You Should Know:
– ClearDATA®, healthcare’s largest managed cloud and security provider, today announced the launch of the HealthTech Acceleration Program, a new suite of incentives for Healthcare Information Technology (HCIT) organizations designed to speed their time to market, boost ROI—faster—and decrease barriers to scale.
– Providing participants with financial and services incentives and marketing support, as well as programmatic support in the form of HITRUST inheritance; the HealthTech Acceleration Program is hastening growth in the booming HCIT market and improving outcomes for an exponential number of patients.
Health Tech Fast Start Program Overview
In today’s rapidly changing healthcare environment, a lack of speed spells failure for HCIT organizations. On the other hand, accelerated time to market means dramatically improved ROI and revenues. That’s exactly the goal of the Health Tech Fast Start program. Features and benefits of the program include:
Financial incentives: Aggressive pre-approved pricing designed for scale; deep discounts on cloud set-up fees to decrease start-up costs; two months free managed cloud services; and cloud optimization services to ensure ongoing cost efficiencies.
Marketing support: Amplified marketing to healthcare customers with templated deliverables that enhance perceived attention / commitment to the customers’ security and compliance to protect PHI.
HITRUST inheritance: Partially or fully inherited scores from ClearDATA’s HITRUST assessment to streamline HITRUST certification.
Increased revenues: Current customers see close to a 7X return on ClearDATA fees within one calendar year. By using this program, they’re able to improve upon that number—potentially dramatically.
“HCIT is rapidly modernizing healthcare’s delivery, which is a central tenet of our mission at ClearDATA—to make healthcare work better, every single day,” said Darin Brannan, CEO and co-founder of ClearDATA. “Our partnership with the HCIT industry enables us to facilitate their speed to market, so they can get impactful technologies like remote symptom monitoring, telehealth, at-home testing for COVID and other conditions, on-the-scene testing for traumatic brain injuries, and more into the hands of providers—helping them improve outcomes and save lives.”