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Providing Robust Health Information Technology, JDL Technologies Doubles its Healthcare Base in Florida in 2013
Fort Lauderdale, Fla., December 18, 2013 (GLOBENEWSWIRE) – JDL Technologies today announced it has renewed support for the University of Central Florida College of Medicine’s Regional Extension Center (UCF REC) for a second year. JDL is a UCF Qualified Information Technology Vendor.
"We are happy to have JDL Technologies as one of our qualified vendors,” said LaTonya McWilliams, UCF REC program administrator. “Their continued participation will help our clients to make informed decisions about health information technology.”
JDL Technologies has more than doubled its client base in the healthcare industry this year by providing robust but easy-to-use health information technology solutions that secure protected health information (PHI) on smartphones, tablets, desktops and in text messages.
JDL delivers compliant health information technology that is integrated and affordable, which is especially important for small to mid-size practices, such as these recent clients.
Palm Beach Diabetes and Endocrine Specialists. As practice administrator for Palm Beach Diabetes and Endocrine Specialists, Sharon Gottfried supports four office locations.
“We want to practice medicine first and foremost,” said Ms. Gottfried. “Our patients expect that level of service from us. JDL helps us deliver it by managing HIPAA-compliant health information technology services through the TechWatch Managed IT Services program. JDL doesn’t outsource—it’s all managed by certified techs at their own in-house operations center.”
Medical Associates of Brevard. In a compelling example of how a solo healthcare practice can leverage managed IT services, Dr. Sharad Vyas engaged JDL Technologies to manage his office technology.
“Trusting our IT to the JDL TechWatch team lets us concentrate on our business, knowing that our health information technology and patient data security are HIPAA-compliant,” said Dr. Vyas. “We get to do what we do best, and our patients reap the rewards.”