Partnership Brings Cloud-Based, Secure Content-Sharing and
Collaboration Technology to Healthcare Providers and Patients
SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
the fastest-growing provider of cloud-based
practice management, electronic
health records (EHR), and medical
billing software and services, today announced a new partnership
with Box at the annual Health
2.0 Fall Conference. Highlighted in a presentation by Box CEO Aaron
Levie, the partnership integrates Box’s secure content-sharing and
collaboration capabilities into the CareCloud cloud-based platform,
allowing its provider customers to give patients unparalleled access to
their personal health information – including personal medical records,
labs and test results – in a safe, HIPAA-compliant environment.
Patients using the CareCloud Community portal can conveniently sync their clinical and financial documents directly to their Box account (Photo: Business Wire)
In July, the Centers
for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released new
data that demonstrated how doctors are using EHRs to provide more
information securely to patients, and ultimately improve patient care.
As patients become more active in their healthcare, providers are
finding there is an increasing need for protected, intuitive,
cloud-based storage applications to facilitate easy access and sharing
of health information.