Apollo Enterprise Imaging Corp Joins AWS Partner Network

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Joining AWS APN opens the door to providing customers a more efficient, flexible, and scalable enterprise imaging solution deployed on AWS.

This opens the door to providing customers a more efficient, flexible, and scalable enterprise imaging solution deployed on AWS that can help clinicians be better integrated, deliver more efficient care, and improve patient outcomes at a lower cost.

Apollo, a leading provider of enterprise imaging and clinical multimedia management solutions, today announced it has joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN), a global community of AWS Partners that leverages programs, expertise, and resources to build, market, and sell customer offerings. In addition, Apollo joins the AWS Public Sector (PSP) Partner Program, which recognizes AWS Partners with cloud-based solutions for government, education, and nonprofit organizations.

“We are proud to join the AWS Partner Network,” said Mark Newburger, Apollo President & CEO. “This opens the door to providing customers a more efficient, flexible, and scalable enterprise imaging solution deployed on AWS that can help clinicians be better integrated, deliver more efficient care, and improve patient outcomes at a lower cost.”

Apollo’s Enterprise Imaging solution, arcc®, supports health systems in improving documentation enterprise wide by centrally and securely managing medical imaging and related data, providing efficient clinical workflows for 45 specialty-specific departments and converging all clinical content for one patient view through one platform. AWS brings easily scalable benefits in cost-saving hosting, storage, and security technologies.

About Apollo
Apollo is a healthcare IT company with a reputation for delivering quality Enterprise Imaging solutions that address both clinical multimedia workflow management needs and vendor neutral storage requirements. Apollo’s Enterprise Imaging solution, arcc, provides a holistic longitudinal view of all patient data and focuses on clinical workflows, interoperability, and connectivity so that every department throughout the entire enterprise can acquire, view, manage, store, and securely access all clinical content. Integrating arcc to the electronic health record (EHR) provides clinicians a single view of the longitudinal patient record to achieve the goal of: ONE Patient, ONE click, EVERY ‘ology. Used successfully in hospitals across the United States and Canada for 28 years, visit https://www.apolloei.com/ to learn more.
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