OKLAHOMA CITY — Nearly two years ago, Mark Miller and PhyCon faced a big decision. With the threat of staying HIPAA compliant looming, the medical billing corporation needed answers stat. Option one was a full upgrade, which for the 90-employee billing, coding, consulting, and practice management service would come at a price tag of somewhere in the neighborhood of $20,000. Option two was EMSCO Solutions, which offered private cloud solutions. “EMSCO was cost effective and did exactly what we needed,” said Miller, PhyCon’s vice president of systems integration. It’s these solutions that Kenny Keller, EMSCO Solution’s chief technology officer, loves being able to provide to his customers. And it never hurts when EMSCO’s price tag comes in between 40 and 60-percent less than competitors. You can upgrade your entire infrastructure with small monthly payments instead of a large purchase,” Keller said. “There’s room to grow or shrink based on your company’s needs.” And it was a tailor-made solutions that combined hardware, software licensing and cloud computing that fit the bill for PhyCon. UP IN THE CLOUD If you’ve been alive the past 10 years chances are you’ve heard of cloud computing. That omnipresent term that sounds so ethereal has revolutionized the way we think about running our applications and storing data. But if information is the backbone of your business it leads to a lot of questions. · Is my data safe? · Where is it stored? · What if the Internet goes down? Ron Vaughn answers those questions every day as the solutions specialist forread more
Have you heard about the six degrees of separation theory by Frigyes Karinthy? It assumes that everyone in the world is connected to everyone else in the world by a chain of no more than six acquaintances. It’s been supported … Read more
Two urban parks—one in Oklahoma City, the other in Foshan, China—have been selected as winners of this year’s Urban Land Institute (ULI) Urban Open Space Award. Myriad Gardens in Oklahoma City and Thousand Lantern Lake Park System in Foshan, Guangdong, China were honored today at the ULI Fall Meeting in San Francisco....Continue Reading
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