Claranet provides managed hosting service for Healthcode

Wednesday 28 October 2015 | 20:54 CET | News
Hosting and managed service provider Claranet has implemented a secure hosting platform for Healthcode, online application software provider for the private healthcare industry. The managed service includes disaster recovery capabilities. Healthcode processes and clears on average 18,000 bills from providers to insurers each day, as well as over 600,000 clinical records a year for private hospitals.

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Companies: Claranet
Countries: United Kingdom
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