On September 14, CloudMine, a HIPAA-compliant Enterprise Health Cloud platform, was honored at the 2017 Health Care Innovators and Extraordinary Doctors awards. CloudMine CEO, Stephen Wray, accepted the award during a reception at Philadelphia's Ballroom at the Ben, surrounded 350 health systems, healthcare, and life sciences organizations.
Each year, the Health Care Innovators awards honor the people and companies who are disrupting healthcare and biotechnology while solidifying Greater Philadelphia's reputation as a center for innovation. The Philadelphia Business Journal selected CloudMine because of its Connected Health Cloud, a secure, cloud-based platform that allows healthcare and pharmaceutical organizations to build connected digital health applications. Also noted were its customers - including the American Heart Association and Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals - and its numerous recent accolades.
Among these accolades were designation as a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Health Clouds, Q3 2017; a 2017 CODiE Award for Best Healthcare Technology Solution; and recognition as a Top Cloud Computing Blog of 2017.
CloudMine was recognized in a cohort of 14 Health Care Innovators, including the University of Pennsylvania Health System, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Spark Therapeutics, R-Health, Neuronetics Inc., MANNA, Keystone First, Guardian Nurses Healthcare Advocates, Genomind, Genesis Rehab Services, CSL Behring, Basil Leaf Technologies, and Greenphire.
"If we are to fully realize the promise of innovation in healthcare and pharma, health IT must catalyze a better-connected ecosystem," said Wray. "Without secure and agile solutions, however, there are simply too many barriers to achieving that vision. CloudMine is honored to be named a Health Care Innovator because the true ingenuity of our Connected Health Cloud is that our 'innovation' powers yours, enabling the care and research advances that are transforming patients lives."
CloudMine's Connected Health Cloud provides the interoperability, digital health development tools, and out-of-the-box security to empower precision medicine and tailor healthcare to individuals. The three pillars of the Connected Health Cloud are the Interoperability Engine, connecting to health data sources such as pharmacy benefit managers, sensors, wearables, and electronic health records;Developer Tools, which simplify web, mobile, and IoT app development with front and back-end tools to quickly and seamlessly build digital health apps; and Data Security, allowing customers to build robust applications and interface between a variety of systems without compromising patient data.
To learn more about CloudMine, visit www.cloudmineinc.com.
CloudMine is the leading HIPAA-compliant Enterprise Health Cloud platform. CloudMine empowers healthcare organizations to rapidly and confidently develop connected digital health experiences by reducing complexity, enabling data mobility, and ensuring compliance. Recognized by industry analysts for their vision, collaboration, and ability to scale, CloudMine is partnering with a diverse portfolio of customers, such as the American Heart Association and Thomas Jefferson UniversityHospitals, to successfully address many of the biggest challenges in the digital transformation of healthcare. For patients, providers, clinical investigators and digital innovators, connected healthcare is better healthcare. For more information, visit http://www.cloudmineinc.com, call (855) 662-7722, or follow @cloudmineinc on Twitter.