Groupware Technology Recognized by Everything Channel’s CRN Magazine as One of the Top 100 Healthcare VARs
October 28, 2010
Campbell, CA (October 28, 2010) – Groupware Technology, Inc., a leading information technology solution provider, was recognized by CRN magazine as one of its 2010 Top Healthcare VARs, which is made up of system integrators and consultancies that rank among the industry leaders in providing IT solutions to healthcare providers.
According to IDC Health Insights, growth in implementation of electronic medical records (EMR) and health information exchange technologies will help spur worldwide growth of Healthcare IT spending over the next three years to over $13 billion. This first annual list recognizes VARs, systems integrators, consultancies, platform specialists and developers that have taken advantage of this growing market and are seeing great success in the healthcare space.
Groupware has made significant investments in building its healthcare practice in the past few years and is committed to continuing to design and architect IT solutions that enable healthcare providers to deliver improved patient care. The solution provider’s specialties include caregiver workflow, desktop management, electronic medical records (EMR), computerized provider order entry (CPOE) systems and the infrastructures that support them. Groupware has helped many healthcare organizations improve the speed and accuracy of patient care, improve EMR usage and increase the security and availability of their infrastructures.
“Increased regulations and the move to electronic health records are fueling an interest in the healthcare market,” said Kelley Damore, Vice President, Editorial Director, Everything Channel. “These 100 VARs saw the opportunity early and are now supplying healthcare providers with integrated and customized IT solutions to meet their demanding needs.”
A special feature of the Top Healthcare VARs is in the October issue of CRN Magazine and expanded coverage will be featured online at www.crn.com Go-to technologists for the healthcare systems of tomorrow.