Cloud or Cupboard- where to put the PMS

A number of Cloud-only service providers have been extolling the virtues of running medical practices from the Cloud. While offsite hosting offers some useful features, many sales pitches don't tell the full story.

The next in our seminar series focusses on the pros and cons of moving a GP clinic's Practice Management System out of the surgery and up into the Cloud.

The first two sessions are Wednesday 21st September and Monday 26th September. These will be small, focussed sessions of not more than 25 people. If demand exceeds capacity we will put on extra sessions.

If you are an Auckland GP practice you will probably have received an invitation to Cloud or Cupboard.

If you have not, please email russell.hardie@thinkit.co.nz  and we will get one away to you. If this topic is of interest to you but you cannot make the seminar, we can make an appointment to discuss with you when it is convenient.

We will be running some more general business focussed seminars on this subject later in the year. However if need some advice in this area right now, please call Graeme Rawlings on 09 636 0808



Kerry Wilson
"It isn’t about the technology, it’s about the information you need to expand your business."

Kerry Wilson
Think I.T. Team

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