PSI (NASDAQ: CPSI), a community healthcare solutions company, today announced that the Company is working with Google Cloud to utilize its cloud platform services. This transition will leverage Google Cloud’s platform to support CPSI’s ongoing product innovation and speed‑to-market with new offerings and enhance performance for existing applications delivered by the CPSI family of companies.
Leveraged across acute, ambulatory and post-acute care settings, the efficiencies gained with moving to Google Cloud’s platform are intended to make system training and delivery of enhancements much easier for clients, which, considering the resource constraints and pressures that are prevalent today in healthcare, is critical to their success.
John D. Helvey, chief information officer at Orchard Hospital in Gridley, California, was impressed with the transition to Google Cloud’s platform. “We have definitely seen a positive impact, especially with our providers that have experienced firsthand the performance boost with our Electronic Health Record (EHR) system.”
Helvey’s team was also pleased with the customer support they received during the transition. “Communication between our teams was exceptional, and the entire process took only a few minutes. It was quick and seamless, and there were no technical issues, which speaks well for the use of the system going forward.”
“Google Cloud’s prominence in system architecture supports CPSI’s commitment to delivering product innovation and ongoing system improvements such as enhanced workflows, so providers and other clinicians have the tools they need to deliver quality patient care,” said Robert Cruz, CPSI chief technology officer.
CPSI applications will be deployed via Google Cloud’s platform, which is the cornerstone of CPSI’s product development and delivery strategy going forward.