Harden Healthcare Chooses Xerox Data Center to Boost IT Performance

Harden Healthcare a leading senior care facility established in 2001 and located in Austin, Texas. Harden Healthcare provides continuum of healthcare services for seniors. Services provided by Harden Healthcare are hospice, pharmacy services, rehabilitation and long-term care.  Xerox Corporation is a multi-national document management corporation based in US. Xerox offers IT and business process outsourcing, including healthcare solutions, customer relationship, finance support, data processing, HR benefits and transportation solutions. Xerox also provides Xerox supplies for graphic communication, software and services. Xerox currently maintains around 140, 000 people across 160 countries.

Harden Healthcare chooses Xerox data center to accommodate organization’s aggressive growth and advancement in healthcare industry. Harden Healthcare frequently acquires and expands its services to fill entire post to provide highest quality care to all its patients. Harden Healthcare has opted Xerox Corporation to increase reliability and system performance, to keep Harden Healthcare to run smoothly and support patients 24/7/365.

Group President of healthcare provider solution, Xerox Scott Mingee said, “”Our goal is to give Harden a solid technology framework, allowing it to be agile and responsive to the demands of the healthcare industry. The IT environment we've designed will equip them to navigate the growth and automation requirements critical to their business success.”

Senior Vice President, Information Technology Harden Healthcare said, “We have an opportunity to provide care to a growing number of people who require coordinated long-term services. With Xerox hosting our data center we are confident our IT system will support the increasing demands and data needed to drive value from our information — ultimately aiding in better patient care.”

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