First Look: Progress Releases Progress Health Cloud Built on a HIPAA-Compliant Platform

Progress, a leading provider of application development and deployment technologies, recently announced the availability of Progress Health Cloud, the first and only enterprise health cloud that fully integrates industry leading frontend, backend and data connectivity technologies into a serverless and HIPAA-compliant platform for quickly creating apps to drive patient engagement and better healthcare outcomes.

Today, the healthcare industry rates among the lowest of all industries in customer experience scores, according to the Temkin Group.

With the advancements in digital business, healthcare providers, insurance payers, pharmaceutical companies and medical device companies need to act like other consumer-facing businesses, delivering high quality, engaging digital experiences that will improve patient care and drive better healthcare outcomes.

So how does it all work?

Progress Health Cloud enables healthcare organizations to quickly deliver winning patient and connected care applications to any device, by offering tools to easily build engaging experiences across any and all interface types. Progress Health Cloud comes equipped with pre-packaged healthcare application templates, a flexible, scalable and HIPAA compliant serverless cloud platform and pre-packaged integrations with EHRs and other healthcare data sources.

“When we set out to create the digital experience for our members, we knew it had to be incredibly engaging, easy to use and seamless across mobile and web experiences – and it had to support our need to get to market quickly, which is why we selected Kinvey,” said Pam Hudson, CIO, BayHealth Development. “With the release of Progress Health Cloud, Progress has taken the best of the Kinvey platform and layered it with the healthcare-specific expertise required for our industry. It is by far the most robust, relevant offering available today.”

For more information on Progress Health Cloud, click here.

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