Hospitals and other healthcare facilities with tight IT budgets can turn to Mercy Technology Services for help with their cloud computing needs. The company has launched a new healthcare cloud service for hosting mission-critical apps like the EHR and imaging, as well as business-essential systems like email, file shares or any other healthcare workload. Mercys new cloud hosting service will be available beginning late spring 2018.Cloud hosting offers efficiency, flexibility and cost-effectiveness that make it preferable to infrastructure-heavy enterprise data centres, according to IT execs at the St. Louis-based Mercy, the IT arm of one of the largest Catholic health systems in the United States. “Healthcare’s tech leaders want to migrate to get the cloud’s benefits without the cloud’s risks, but a good solution has been hard to find,” said Scott Richert, Mercy’s vice president of enterprise infrastructure. “This is the same equipment I’d buy for my enterprise data centres, with the same high service standard we hold for ourselves. Now there’s a way to share enterprise-class cloud hosting with our healthcare community.”

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