As a long-time Microsoft Gold Partner and four-time Microsoft Partner Award winner, Vitalyst has a 30-year history serving a dynamic base of health provider, payor, insurance, and life sciences customers with various government affiliations. We maintain an ISO 27001 certification and our services are available for GCC, GCC High and DOD Clouds. Vitalyst has aided healthcare organizations’ IT and HR staff by offloading the burden of supporting productivity applications, allowing them time to focus on high-payback, mission critical application support and enablement. Our solutions enable business workers and medical professionals to stay focused on their primary work—while ensuring that they fully leverage the productivity tools at their disposal.
The digital revolution in healthcare
Accelerate transformation through employee learning and development
US health organizations still have work to do as they continue to embrace digital healthcare. With increased consumer adoption, expanded services, and a surge in the number of staff working remotely, organizations need to direct considerable attention to their technology toolset and their employees’ experiences.
Vitalyst’s services, backed by nearly 20 years of research and our experience delivering in HIPPA compliant environments, our services are designed to help healthcare organizations improve workforce efficiency and thrive in the new era of hybrid work by:
To aid our healthcare customers in their goal to empower their employees and give critical time back to patient care, Vitalyst has created these specializations:
To learn more about each of our services, click on the resources below:
Take the fear out of employee learning with the right tool
When it comes to the workplace, employees are hesitant to use new technology, as they fear their inexperience will make them appear incompetent.
Microsoft Teams and the digital healthcare revolutions
There’s not one industry that hasn’t been affected by Covid-19, but healthcare in the US has seen perhaps the most radical change as a result of the pandemic.