CareTech Solutions Tapped to Share Its Website Security Expertise for Healthcare

CareTech Solutions Tapped to Share Its Website Security Expertise for Healthcare

<0> CareTech SolutionsAnne Santori, APRPublic Relations ManagerOffice: 248-823-0908Mobile: 248-312-8385Email: </0>

CareTech Solutions, an information technology (IT) and Web products and services provider for U.S. hospitals and healthcare systems, announced today that the company’s Website security expert, James Hunter, CISSP, will join Oakwood Healthcare and Allygator Network in a pre-conference education session at the 17 Annual Greystone.Net Healthcare Internet Conference (HCIC) in New Orleans, Nov. 4 – 6.

“Website security is a priority for hospitals as more patients expect to conduct business, such as bill pay and prescription refills, online; that’s why CareTech’s own content management system, CareWorks, was built to be HIPAA compliant and PCI certified,” said Pat Milostan, COO, CareTech Solutions. “But not all hospitals have the right website security safeguards in place, which is what we want to cover in this pre-conference workshop. We’re honored that our expert and client were invited to share their experience and elevate this important topic to the national level.”

Registration is still open for the Website security session, , and more information can be found at: .

CareTech Solutions is an information technology (IT) and Web products and services provider for U.S. hospitals and health systems, creating value for clients through customized IT solutions that contribute to improving patient care while lowering healthcare costs. From implementing emerging technologies to supporting day-to-day IT operations, CareTech offers clients expert health information technology services, earning it the 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 Best in KLAS award for IT Outsourcing (Extensive) and the 2012 IT Partial Outsourcing as ranked by healthcare executives and professionals in the respective annual “Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Services” report.

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