Medical Billing Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery
VERICLE MEDICAL BILLING SOFTWARE AVAILABILITY UPDATE
30 OCT, 2012 15:26 EST
For those practices located in areas directly affected by Hurricane Sandy, ReminderCall is allowing use of their service to notify patients of practice closings and appointment cancellations. This service is offered, free of charge, for the remainder of the day. For more information see the notice posted by ReminderCall’s CEO in the “comments section of the Vericle.net website.
Vericle medical billing software availability to our thousands of users has, so far, continued uninterrupted. While over eight million Northeast residents lost electric power and essential utilities, our Vericle data center, located in Sandy’s immediate path of destruction, has remained fully operational.
We will continue to monitor the situation around the clock and post SYSTEM AVAILABILITY UPDATES on our system availability page located at:
If you notice any delay or interruption of service, please open a ticket or contact our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
VERICLE MEDICAL BILLING SOFTWARE ALERT
29 OCT, 2012 17:57 EST
Tens of thousands of residents have been ordered to evacuate coastal areas today as big cities and small towns across the eastern U.S. buttoned up against the onslaught of a superstorm threatening some 50 million people in the most heavily populated corridor in the nation (http://www.nhc.noaa.gov).
Vericle’s command center in New Jersey is located on the path of this storm. Vericle medical billing software system administrators and staff are preparing for the possible effects of Sandy and the impact this could potentially have on all system users. Our client’s data, because of Vericle’s multiple redundant systems, is under no current threat.
This system availability bulletin is to inform all Vericle users that they could encounter intermittent interruptions in system availability due to outages affecting third party data providers. We are bracing for potential service interruptions starting as early as 1am this morning and possibly continuing over the following 48 hours.
We will be monitoring the situation around the clock and post continuous SYSTEM AVAILABILITY UPDATES on our system availability page located at