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Next-gen cloud computing: How healthcare can prepare for the future

August 01, 2018 / Bill Siwicki

There has been a notable shift in healthcare clouds from simple data storage to using the technology to lower costs, gain efficiencies and even move on to tasks such as personalizing patient care. Black Book Research, in fact, found that 93 percent 93 percent of hospital CIOs are actively acquiring the staff to configure, manage and support a HIPAA-compliant cloud infrastructure. This is happening as the service offerings of cloud technology vendors such as Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud and Microsoft Azure, in particular, are constantly changing. What’s more, 91 percent of CIOs in the Black Book survey report cloud computing is allowing more agile, nimble products and services with the proliferation of healthcare data.