Cloud Computing

An article in the April 17, 2019, edition of Healthcare IT News (from HIMSS Media), by John Donohue, has the important title, "3 questions to ask before putting a healthcare application in the cloud." According to Donohue: "Several years ago, many experts were indicating that by 2020 everything would be running in the cloud." He continued: "Speed to market, costs savings, opt

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With the market for electronic health records predicted to be worth about $35.2 billion by 2019, the steady rise of data has increased the need to strengthen the software to make data more accessible, reduce errors and increase the ease of use.

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In an article this week from Healthcare IT News, author Chris Bowen describes how having direct access to patients' personal health records leads cyber thieves directly to them.  According to IBM research, "the vast majority of cybercrime is highly organized and generating unprecedented profits."  

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In an article last week from Computerworld, writer Sharon Gaudin explains how researchers at MIT and Harvard University are partnering with Google and its cloud platform to carry out genomic analysis to find cures for diseases like Diabetes and Cancer.  Using Google's cloud, researches can store, analyze, and share major amounts of data, that will help them make huge improvements to human health.

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In an article last week on EnterpriseTech, writer Alison Diana explains how healthcare organizations are now relying on Cloud to do more than support electronic medical records.  While the healthcare industry has lagged behind others in cloud adoption, Research and Markets says an "increasing number of companies are coming forward, adopting and utilizing cloud-based applications."

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