- Keeping health info private/protected in cloud-based environments
- Connecting medical devices to public/private clouds-
- Ensuring security compliance when connecting systems, people, devices/smart “things”
Before Covisint, we had to print PACS records/manually fax them to 10 different nursing homes/wait for responses; now, it's a single click/everything is updated at once. We can know at a glance information on status, authorizations, review dates, discharge planning/other key metrics. Covisint’s audit trail is great/the solution is intuitive/easy-to-use.
What do you dislike?
Covisint as a pioneer in cloud computing which still needs real world verification to make sure that's the right direction to go.
Though no longer the auction site its founders originally envisioned, Covisint still exists today because its basic technology foundation — federated identity management, which enables users from different organizations to log in once/access secure data in hundreds of locations — remains relevant.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
If you're in B2B, you may with try Covisint.
One of the nice features is the member-centric barcoded cover page. You can convert hard copy documentation to an electronic image/attach it to a member record. Also, if you send an information request to a provider the response is routed directly back to the member's record.
We've always been happy with the core Covisint group
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
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