Medable Leverages Rackspace to Deliver a High-performing and Secure API

By CIOReview | Tuesday, November 24, 2015

LOS ANGELES, CA: Rackspace has announced that Medable, an application and analytics platform for healthcare, is delivering a high-performing and secure healthcare API to its customers by using a hybrid cloud environment with Rackspace Public Cloud and Private Cloud. Medable provides enterprise architecture and focuses on innovating and growing its business in healthcare industry.

Medable offers HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) complaint PaaS solution (platform-as-a-service), to enhance speed, performance and security for customers by using hybrid cloud solution. This also reduces development time of the applications from a year-and-a-half to weeks to provide optimized security and data visualization tools. HIPAA sets the standard for protecting the sensitive patient data. Rackspace assists Medable platform and helps in collecting meaningful longitudinal data, which helps doctors and patients for immediate care. Medable customers can also cluster these meaningful data to generate appropriate algorithms for patients suffering from the similar health issues.

Medable relies on Rackspace global infrastructure, which includes data centers in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia to achieve nearness and speed needed for data analysis and graphically display 5-10 physiologic parameters on real-time devices.

With Rackspace Managed Cloud solution, Medable can scale customers’ business by choosing private, public or hybrid cloud technologies and accommodate the growing number of applications in the healthcare industry.

"Medable is on the forefront of this transformation in how healthcare is delivered, and we need a managed cloud provider that can address our unique needs. In the future, we could be processing thousands of data points from millions of humans across the globe for each of our customers. With Rackspace Managed Cloud powering our platform, we are confident we can achieve that scalability and potential," says Dr. Michelle Longmire, CEO of Medable and physician-scientist at Stanford.