Flexibility

Customers can choose from Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, or multi-cloud deployment strategies for their cloud-native applications and microservices.

One size does not fit all, therefore we support a variety of architectures, including virtual machines, Docker containers, and serverless.

Start small and scale over time with managed cost controls to keep your cloud IT budget in check.

Features

  • Virtual Private Cloud automatically configured to meet HIPAA and NIST cybersecurity requirements
  • Change management audit trails and service-level log aggregation
  • Threat detection and intrusion prevention solutions
  • System vulnerability mitigation based on live patching or immutable infrastructure policies
  • Backup services for databases and filesystems
  • Disaster recovery options including multi-region redundancy
  • Optional managed, open source solutions to extend/replace cloud service provider functionality

Success Through Collaboration

Innovative telemedicine platforms such as 2nd.MD, Doxy.me, Hippo Health, and SteadyMD have been supported by Healthcare Blocks shortly after inception through incredible growth periods.

Quest Diagnostics launched a cloud-native service for amateur and professional athletes, expanding its reach beyond its lab testing locations.

Strive Labs, acquired by WebPT in September 2017, provides tools to help providers manage patients with musculoskeletal disease. "Healthcare Blocks makes it easy to configure and deploy new apps and has decreased our HIPAA-related workload. Their team shows an incredible level of expertise." - Jeff Tingle

Toxicology Management Services provides a laboratory delivery platform ("LabSource") for thousands of physicians in the USA for monitoring patient medication intake. "Healthcare Blocks enables our product to be HIPAA-compliant, which makes our job easier when we're selling our solution to new customers. Their team is timely, collaborative, and great to work with." - Kevin Underwood

UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs conducted a cloud-based research project involving protected health information.