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PriorityOne Group Offers Innovative Security and Compliance Solution to Protect Medical Practices and Surgi-Centers
Date:4/3/2013

Rutherford, NJ (PRWEB) April 03, 2013

PriorityOne Group, the leading Information Technology provider to medical practices and surgi-centers in the New York / New Jersey Area, announced today the addition of Aegify from eGestalt, a new and unique software that delivers clients low cost and more effective solutions to secure their networks and comply with HIPAA, to their healthcare client solutions.

“We are pleased to partner with eGestalt and secure Aegify as a product offering for our valued clients,” said Nelson Gomes, President and CEO of PriorityOne Group. “After an extensive evaluation, we have determined that Aegify is indeed a game changer because it’s a complete cloud-based system that delivers integrated security monitoring and compliance assessment tools to our healthcare clients,” continued Mr. Gomes.

Aegify, a cloud-based SaaS delivered, completely integrated and unified IT-GRC and Security Posture Management (SPM) solution, is available to medical practices and surgi-centers for immediate demonstration. Aegify has won many leading industry awards since its launch three years ago for its innovation through end-to-automation, cost-effectiveness and ease of deployment.

With greater numbers of attacks on networks in the United States, medical practices and surgi-centers find their computer networks increasingly vulnerable. In addition, with HIPAA and compliance requirements, medical practices and surgi-centers now have a single solution that can be deployed and supported by PriorityOne Group’s market-leading team of experts.

For those attending the 2013 Practice Management Conference in Atlantic City on April 17-19, visit PriorityOne Group at Booth #57 to learn more about the benefits of eGestalt and how it delivers indispensible tools to protect your medical practice and ensure HIPAA Compliance.

“What is absolutely fantastic about Aegify for our clients is its low cost, resulting from its ‘pay as you grow model’. We are always evaluating and testing software that can drive value and have a positive impact on our clients operations,” said Mr. Gomes.

In addition to its rollout of Ageify, PriorityOne Group offers a wide array of managed IT services, bringing significant experience to every medical practice and surgi-center engagement.

About PriorityOne Group
PriorityOne Group is a leading provider of integrated IT services to businesses including: healthcare providers, ambulatory surgery centers and hospitals. As thought-leaders in the field, clients count on PriorityOne Group to deliver world-class services and advice to ensure optimum performance of the IT investment. More information at: http://www.p1cgroup.com

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