Medicus IT Relaunches Managed Services Offering mCare
Medicus IT, a leading healthcare managed service provider, announced its next-generation managed services offering today. Medicus has been providing managed services for over twenty-five years that include IT helpdesk support, advanced engineering, infrastructure monitoring, remediation, management services, and strategic Chief Information Officer (CIO) advisory services.
Medicus IT Acquires Managed Service Provider ProMedical IT
Medicus IT, a national leader in healthcare technology solutions and managed services, has just announced the acquisition of ProMedical IT, one of Florida’s premier healthcare-focused managed services providers (MSPs) based in Fort Lauderdale. Medicus, ProMedical IT, and Uplift Partners, ProMedical’s financial advisor, worked to bring the two organizations together and create a healthcare IT transformational powerhouse in the Southeast.
Today’s remote environment asks leaders to lead in a new type of world. When you think of words like change, adoption, agility, and transformation, you often think of technology and the role it plays in making your job easier. These words also transcend how all levels of leaders need to adjust how they interact with their teams in remote or hybrid situations for productivity and culture to continue to thrive.
Is your organization making cybersecurity a primary initiative to safeguard data from various online attacks or unauthorized access? Continuous changes in technologies create a shift in cybersecurity trends which requires organizations to change the way they handle cybersecurity. Apart from human error, which can potentially bring down an organization, other top areas of concern are data breaches, targeted ransomware, and even worldwide cyber warfare during times like elections or critical world events, which tend to create a surge in criminal activity.
Listen in as our experts explain what it means to migrate to the cloud and why your organization should be thinking about it when considering things like greater data storage capacity, protection from hackers and better adherence to HIPAA regulations and policies.
With digital transformation revolutionizing how we work and communicate, it shouldn't be a surprise that one of the keys to retaining top talent lies in technology. Join us as we discuss the “Great Retention” and learn from our 3 industry experts how leveraging technology can positively impact the patient experience and enable healthcare organizations to take strategic, targeted actions toward retaining exceptional staff.
Join us for part 2 of a strategic conversation where Medicus IT brings back 3 industry experts to continue their conversation and dive deeper into why it’s so important for organizations to stay aligned in a constantly-changing environment. Understand what “Mind the Gap” means and why it’s critical to approach technology from a new perspective.
In this webinar, Medicus IT brings together 4 industry experts to discuss healthcare’s changing landscape and what it means to see the human side of technology – beyond the doctor - when it’s working, and when it’s not. Whether we are talking about community health centers or ambulatory care, workflows are impacted and employee and patient roles are constantly being redefined as expectations of both are changing due to a fundamental shift in the delivery of healthcare services.
Cause & Impact – A Case Study Review of a Cyber Attack Crime Scene
In this webinar, Medicus IT invited four IT healthcare specialists to review and discuss an actual cyber attack. Tim Hebert, CRO at Medicus IT, Steve Losefsky, COO at Medicus IT, Gary Salman, CEO at Black Talon Security, and Brian Heun, Partner at KMRD Partners, broke down the details of what happened, explored the reality of the incident, identified the issues, shared prevention methods, and discussed cyber insurance.
Shift Your Perspective: Maximize Technology to Evolve Your Practice
In this webinar, Tim Hebert, CRO at Medicus IT, Laird Smay, Technology Advisor at Augeo Sales Consulting, and Mical Cayton, CIO at Community Medical Centers, discuss ways the healthcare industry could benefit from utilizing new technologies in everyday activities.