Healthcare IT Services In New England

Radius Executive IT Solutions Helps Healthcare Organizations Protect PHI, Avoid Fines, Boost Revenue

Radius Executive IT Solutions is dedicated to providing healthcare organizations in Stoneham with the IT support they need to avoid fines, reduce downtime, and produce more revenue.

Many IT companies try to serve every industry under the sun, but we find this approach is counterproductive: if you try to stretch yourself too thin you become a jack of all trades and a master of none.

Healthcare isn’t like other verticals. It takes a lot of time and focus to know the IT ins and outs of this industry, as there’s more than just regular business computers to service (there’s also med cart laptops, electronic kiosks, etc.) and, of course, there’s always HIPAA to worry about.

We’ve committed ourselves almost entirely to healthcare so that we can offer more expertise and better service to healthcare organizations in New England than what our competitors are able to provide.

How many IT companies have a registered nurse on staff? We do, and even though we’re boutique-sized, our staff has over 75 years of collective experience working in healthcare.

Healthcare IT Services

Protecting PHI and Keeping You Safe from HIPAA Fines

Electronic records make it a lot easier to manage patient care, but they also represent a significant security risk.

With hundreds of millions of new pieces of malware created every year, you need an IT expert who knows how to protect you from such threats and keep PHI secure.

Suffer an online security breach and you’ll likely be hit with a class-action lawsuit that could cost you millions of dollars. And the financial consequences of data loss don’t end there: break HIPAA rules with lax security protocols or a breach itself and you’ll face fines of up to $1.5 million per provision violated.

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Radius knows how to keep you HIPAA compliant. We’ll encrypt your communications, and we’ll also regularly assess your network so that we can find and fix any weaknesses before they’re exploited by cybercriminals.