Memberships & Certifications

We continue to expand our capabilities through strong collaborations and partnerships with leading organizations. Our expertise includes developing and implementing standards alongside leading organizations such as HL7, IHE, HIMSS, SHIEC, and Sequoia—enabling us to position ourselves at the forefront of industry innovation, and offer cutting-edge solutions to our customers.

Most of the world’s leading healthcare institutions rely on InterSystems software for their database and integration needs. With over 100 years of prior employment experience at InterSystems, Ready Computing is an expert in delivering InterSystems-based solutions. Ready Computing has completed multiple InterSystems industry-standard certifications, giving the team executive mastery of the InterSystems technology.

Participating in the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program allows Ready Computing to expand its IT offerings to customers through Google Cloud services, demonstrates proven expertise in managed services, and provides complete customer support from small to large scale platforms and applications. Our certifications span from Professional Collaboration Engineer to Professional and Associate levels of Cloud Architect.

The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, Inc. (HIMSS) is a global advisor, thought leader, and member association committed to transforming the health ecosystem. As a mission-driven non-profit, HIMSS offers a unique depth and breadth of expertise in health innovation, public policy, workforce development, research, and analytics to advise leaders, stakeholders, and influencers from across the ecosystem on best practices.
HL7 standards aid in the continued exchange and sharing of electronic medical and health information. As a global interoperability and standards leader, HL7 and its decisions set the framework for present and future health information exchange. Ready Computing supports Health Level Seven International as a Benefactor Member, increasing Ready’s role in shaping and implementing interoperability standards nationally and internationally.

Most companies already have policies, procedures, hardware, and software in place, but they are using them unsecured. Ready Computing’s certification to the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 Standard by an independent third-party auditor demonstrates that we have the policies, procedures, and capabilities to comply with the Standard and that we can repeat, sustain, and maintain the highest security Standards. Ready Computing protects data through sustainable controls that have been assessed and certified to the ISO 27001:2013 Standard.
ISO 9001:2015 provides a set of requirements for Quality Management Systems (QMS). Over 1,000,000 organizations are currently certified to the Standard globally. It is not only the leader in QMS Standards, but it is also inherent within all management systems. This Standard, used throughout the organization, enables Ready Computing to deliver services that achieve excellence and meet—but often exceed—customer expectations.

Certification to the ISO/IEC 20000-1:2018 Standard guarantees that Ready Computing’s IT Service Management System (SMS) is compiled of processes and procedures that are aligned with international Standards and are both sustainable and repeatable. This Standard enables the organization to benchmark how managed services are delivered, measure service levels against those benchmarks, and assess the associated performance of its services against its robust framework that has been independently assessed and certified to this Standard by a third-party auditor.

Ready Computing has been appraised at maturity level 2 of ISACA’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI®) version 2.0 for Services (SVC). The appraisal was performed by Multi-Dimensional Maturity, and the results are published on the CMMI Published Appraisal Results (PARs) website.

Ready Computing is certified to the Data Privacy Framework Program. This certification is a testament to our compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and U.S. data privacy laws. To learn more about the Data Privacy Framework Program, please visit