Clinic to Cloud CEO Rafic Habib said he expected the product to appeal to specialists who not only want mobile access to their data but to do without the hassle of buying software upfront – it has a monthly subscription fee per user – or installing and maintaining hardware locally.
Clinic to Cloud is hosted in Microsoft's Azure environment in data centres located in Sydney and Melbourne, meaning patient data doesn't leave the shores, and the company is working on integration with popular cloud-hosted packages such as Microsoft Office 365 and Xero's accounting software.
Mr Habib said the main focus for Clinic to Cloud was on the specialist market. “We believe the market is ready for a true cloud solution and we will be well received from all sides of the spectrum, from existing, well-established specialists through to new ones,” he said.
Mr Habib and his team have been working on the product for several years and say they have built C2C with the clinician’s needs in mind. “C2C has a very clean user interface that focuses on minimising mouse clicks as much as possible to protect the user’s time,” he said.