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Kool Smiles Relies on Wyse Technology Virtual Clients to Improve Patient Care and Security of Electronic Health Records (EHRs)
Date:8/6/2009

must comply with HIPAA requirements to protect all private health care information, so its systems implement several layers of security. The company uses a carrier-class virtual private network to move data around and between its offices via a secure data stream. Because data does not reside on the thin clients, even if a thin-client device was stolen, patient confidentiality would not be affected.

"For a company that's been implementing Electronic Health Records since 2002, we feel that we are great example of how EHRs can benefit consumers, businesses, and regulators," added Blomquist.

Electronic Health Records enable clinical leadership to review patient charts for monitoring and training. A live second opinion is also possible. With consistent, high-resolution monitors, doctors can review x rays in tandem with a peer anywhere in the country in real time. Kool Smiles must also respond to regulators and auditors who want to check dental records and treatment plans to ensure quality of care and financial accountability. With all records in electronic form, staff can simply provide system access to regulators and let them view the data instead of spending time pulling up files to answer regulators' questions.

"Our cost savings with the virtual clients from Wyse has been substantial," continued Blomquist. "We've saved close to $500,000 yearly by reducing the amount of IT staff required to support our business; we've cut our electricity usage by more than 50% throughout the organization; our new device provisioning costs are half of what PCs would require; and we anticipate an annual savings of $1.26 million by reducing maintenance costs. All of this and the virtual clients will last much longer than PCs."

For more information on Kool Smile's use of Wyse Technology, download the complete case study at: http://www.wyse.c
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