Managed Services is a No-Brainer for Medical Practices

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Owners and Office Managers of medical practices have their hands full. On top of their normal duties, most practices are currently working on implementing an Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system, preparing for their ICD-10 conversion, and learning new reimbursement and HIPAA requirements.

The IT needs of these practices cover a larger range of services than many other types of businesses. They have to focus on treating patients and growing their practices while their IT provider keeps their technology purring along, monitoring it around the clock to proactively prevent network issues from interfering with patient care and cash flow.

Managed IT Services have become a No-Brainer

The ever-increasing IT needs of medical practices makes managed services a No-Brainer for them.  Whatever services a practice needs can be delivered fully implemented and supported 24 x 7.  At Hooks Systems of Wilmington and Myrtle Beach, we can then design a plan to manage each specific need and all this can be done with a budget friendly fixed monthly fee.

The Practice Manager at Cape Fear Retinal Associates is a believer:

“Hooks Systems has been an integral technology partner for Cape Fear Retinal Associates for years, and continues to add value to our practice daily. They manage the technology at all 7 of our locations.

As an ophthalmology sub-specialist, change is a constant in our practice. With evolving therapies, medications and technologies required to deliver quality healthcare, we recognize the value of the ongoing support that Hooks Systems provides by allowing us more time to focus on our patients.

The experience of Hooks’ staff extends beyond information technology. Their knowledge of HIPAA regulations is refreshing, as well as their ability to interface effectively with end users of our constantly changing technology.”

Rich Brownlow, Practice Manager