Enablers of Technology
ProviNET Solutions is a full-service IT company that offers a comprehensive spectrum of technology products and services. For over 20 years, ProviNET has been providing solutions you can trust.Learn More
“The solutions that ProviNET provides have been one of the keys to our success at Plymouth Place, their services continue to meet our ever changing needs while remaining exemplary” – Dale Lilburn, CEO.Learn More
We followed our Software Support and Implementation Specialist Dan Clark to highlight what his day consists of and how ProviNET goes Above and Beyond supporting our EHR clients.View Video
ProviNET Solutions Managed Services Program
ProviNET has figured out how to make IT work for your business with our not complicated, all encompassing managed service offering. These hassle-free plans are designed to make sure that your IT operations run smoothly. You choose the service plan that best fits your infrastructure. We will manage your technology, so you can focus on the other important areas of your company.Learn More
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Managed IT Services
Hassle-free managed technology services with world class 24x7 support to back them up.
Applications and services to unlock the full potential of your information systems.
Congress Enacts CLOUD act through Omnibus Spending Bill
In the early morning hours of Friday March 23, the United States congress passed a $1.3 trillion dollar spending bill allowing the government to spend money through September 2018. The bill passed 65-32 in the senate, averting a potential government shutdown and funding the government through September 30.
This omnibus bill (like many other historical omnibus bills) contains a lot of new legislation, and we’re just starting to learn about some of the impacts of this new legislation now. Specifically, there are some provisions in this new bill that impact the way that we all use technology.
Understanding the Differences Between Medical and Consumer Grade Devices
As I started doing research to help senior living organizations select the appropriate hardware for the clinical staff to document care on, I was utterly astounded at how big of a difference there was between medical grade and consumer grade hardware. In fact, I was surprised to learn there was even such a thing as “medical grade” hardware! As I learned more about what those differences were and how they impacted the investment that senior living organizations were making when purchasing POC devices, I now see the vitality of such a consideration when making a selection.