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CloudWave Launches Secure Enterprise Cloud Services with Seven New Healthcare Institutions

CloudWave, the largest independent cloud and managed services software hosting provider in healthcare, announced the company has recently launched OpSus Cloud Services with seven additional healthcare institutions—bringing its total number of hospitals and healthcare organizations to more than 200. CloudWave’s cloud and managed services provide a multi-cloud approach to guarantee uptime, easy access, and strong security to hospital users.

Through its multi-cloud approach, CloudWave helps hospitals architect, build, and integrate a personalized solution using managed private cloud, public cloud, and cloud edge resources. Over the last quarter, the company is pleased to announce the following cloud services integrations:

  • For fully managed compute, storage, disaster recovery, archiving, backup, security, and systems management, six existing healthcare customers renewed their contracts and Hunt Regional Medical Center in Texas, Coffeyville Regional Medical Center in Kansas, and WhidbeyHealth Medical Center in Washington State selected OpSus Live. This Infrastructure as a Service solution provides secure hosting for healthcare EHR and enterprise applications.
  • To manage the protection of every mission-critical healthcare application in a hospital environment, Doylestown Health in Pennsylvania and Lawrence General Hospital in Massachusetts launched OpSus Backup, and St. Bernard Hospital and Healthcare Center in Illinois and La Rabida Children’s Hospital in Illinois launched OpSus Recover. Four existing customers also renewed their OpSus Recover contracts. CloudWave’s fully managed Backup as a Service and Disaster Recovery services protect data and enable business continuity.

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“A one-size-fits-all approach to the cloud in healthcare simply does not work. Hospitals operate their IT systems in their data centers, in the cloud, or a combination of both which is why CloudWave’s multi-cloud approach has been an attractive offering to healthcare institutions across the country,” explains Erik Littlejohn, president and CEO, CloudWave. “OpSus Cloud enables our hospital partners to ensure for uptime, reliable systems performance, interoperability and reduced complexity, so they are not burdened with technical challenges and can focus on delivering care to patients in their communities.”

CloudWave’s OpSus Cloud Services provide managed hosting, end-to-end disaster recovery, systems management, security, backup, and archiving services, supporting 125+ EHR, clinical, and enterprise applications.

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