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National Survey Reveals Healthcare Providers' Technological Readiness to Participate in Electronic Health Records Network
Date:9/17/2009

ic health records under federal funding programs. This means their stimulus money is coming on the back end, after they have successfully implemented EHR capabilities. So it is critically important that healthcare organizations have a cost-effective and thought-out strategy to ensure infrastructure and other capabilities are in place before 2011 - to cash in on the financial incentives."

Sean P. Glynn, Director of Marketing for CREDANT Technologies, added, "We are excited to collaborate with ReymannGroup to determine the current 'state-of-readiness' among healthcare practitioners. Many of our clients are focused on HITECH Act compliance, security, and privacy challenges for their patient records. While we agree that encrypting data is at the foundation of protecting data, we also want to ensure that our clients understand the many other tactical steps needed."

About ReymannGroup, Inc.

ReymannGroup, Inc. provides finance, healthcare, energy, public sector, and retail subject matter expertise. The firm helps companies evaluate information security infrastructure, determining exposure to vulnerabilities and threats, prioritizing solutions, and complying with legal and regulatory requirements. For more information about the report, visit ReymannGroup at http://www.reymanngroup.com/hitech_survey_report.pdf.

About CREDANT

CREDANT Technologies is the market leader in endpoint data protection solutions. CREDANT's data security solutions mitigate risk, preserve customer brand and reduce the cost of compliance. For more information, visit CREDANT athttp://www.credant.com.

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