Company Provides Integrated Cloud Applications for the Next-Generation of Healthcare IT


Fort Lauderdale, FL –  November 28, 2016 – IDS, a leading provider of cloud computing technology solutions, today announced that it has been named a Representative Vendor in Gartner’s Market Guide for Cloud Service Providers to Healthcare Delivery Organizations(1) report. IDS was named in the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) category for its application services, including RIS and practice management, clinical reporting, document management, patient engagement, image sharing and results distribution, that can help hospitals transform into real-time health systems (RTHS.)

IDS’ AbbaDox Cloud with its powerful modular applications layer enables healthcare organizations to modernize their operations and adopt a leaner, more responsive and patient-centric care delivery model based on the next-generation of digital IT.

According to Gartner, “Hospitals must evolve into RTHSs — entities that sense, collect and analyze patient and event data gathered during the course of business, and use that information in near real time to optimize business processes and hospital operations, balance resources with demand, and improve decision making surrounding patient care. As the RTHS emerges, and legacy systems adapt or recede, HDO CIOs will need to prepare for the public cloud playing a more significant role in the delivery of enterprise IT services.”

“We have been always in the cloud, and our philosophy since day one has been to develop comprehensive, integrated IT solutions driven by market demand,” said Yaniv Dagan, CEO of IDS. “The agility, flexibility and scalability of the cloud is precisely what’s needed for healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) to become RTHSs. We are proud to be listed as a Representative Vendor by Gartner and believe that there are not many true cloud computing companies that can deliver innovative enterprise solutions designed to meet the often complex and ever evolving needs of HDOs.”

The report also acknowledges that cloud technology can help HDOs remain viable in a competitive landscape. “Gartner sees the cloud as becoming increasingly important to healthcare providers because of the pressures they will face to become more compliant and responsive to market changes while reducing or controlling costs.”

AbbaDox Cloud helps healthcare organizations stretch IT budgets, fill IT system gaps, and share data outside of the four walls of the enterprise, quickly and securely. It plays an instrumental in improving care quality and patient outcomes by delivering tools to enhance clinical reporting accuracy, facilitate care coordination and speed results communication.


(1) Gartner, Inc., Market Guide for Cloud Service Providers to Healthcare Delivery Organizations, Gregg Pessin, Barry Runyon, 16 November 2016


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