How the cloud supports all facets of healthcare operations

DUBLIN, November 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The report “Healthcare Cloud Computing – Global Market Trajectory & Analytics” has been added to offer.

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Global healthcare cloud computing market to reach $ 76.8 billion by 2026

Global healthcare cloud computing market estimated at US $ 26.8 billion in 2020, is expected to reach a revised size of 76.8 billion US dollars by 2026, with a CAGR of 18.7% over the analysis period.

Services, one of the segments analyzed in the report, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 19.6% to reach US $ 70.7 billion at the end of the analysis period. After a thorough analysis of the business implications of the pandemic and the induced economic crisis, the growth of the software segment is readjusted to a revised CAGR of 15.9% for the next 7-year period. This segment currently represents a 24.6% share of the global healthcare cloud computing market.

The main advantages offered by computer technologies that enable providers to meet the challenge of the value of healthcare, include the development of evidence-based care, improved efficiency of medical practice and cost savings significant, among others. The proliferation of cloud computing in healthcare is helping to increase these benefits by adding capabilities such as mobility, collaboration with patients and peers, easy archiving of electronic records, streamlined collaboration, capacity to access and deploy high power analytics, telemedicine capabilities and simplified data storage challenges, among others.

Noisy computer technology also offers several benefits to healthcare providers such as hospitals, medical clinics, and health clinics that need quick access to large storage facilities and IT. With cloud computing, healthcare providers can easily share healthcare data between regions, thereby eliminating delays in treating patients.

Cloud-based solutions also enable healthcare facilities to improve patient care and reduce IT infrastructure deployment costs. Software as a service (SaaS), for example, has become a boon for small-scale healthcare facilities keen to integrate IT into their service delivery. SaaS has all the makings for small-scale implementations, including low initial investment and the need for very little or no IT skills.

The major factor driving the adoption of cloud-based approaches to healthcare is the ability of cloud computing to enable the mobilization of patient data among physicians, hospitals and laboratories to provide enhanced patient services. and improve operational efficiency.

Healthcare cloud applications include physician order entry, electronic health records (EHRs), pharmacy and imaging software, revenue cycle management, claims management and patient billing. Healthcare organizations are increasingly turning to cloud computing to reduce the costs of local storage of hardware.

The technology is also gaining more and more acceptance thanks to the fact that the cloud can hold large datasets for genomic data, X-ray images and EHRs for clinical drug trials. In addition, the growing need to store X-ray images in PACS (Archiving and Communication Systems) is also driving the adoption of cloud computing technology in the healthcare industry.

Leveraging the benefits of cloud delivery models, healthcare facilities provision the storage and management of their healthcare IT resources as services in the cloud, a third-party cloud service provider hosting healthcare information systems on remote cloud servers and providing direct access to users. on the Internet as a service.

In this context, information captured by client devices from different functional areas of a healthcare facility is transferred directly to the respective healthcare information systems hosted on a centralized cloud data center, where it is not only stored and archived. , but can also be managed and controlled remotely by the cloud. service providers.

By helping to provide access to healthcare information systems and data hosted on cloud servers external to healthcare organizations via the Internet in shared / multi-tenant, dedicated or hybrid service models, healthcare cloud computing is particularly evident. as the most cost-effective healthcare information system provisioning model for healthcare organizations.

Main topics covered:




  • Rising healthcare costs and the shift to value-driven care are turning the global healthcare economy around

  • The race between the virus and vaccines is intensifying. In the midst of this chaotic battle, where is the global economy heading in 2021?

  • These are times when questions abound and answers are scarce

  • So how fast or slowly are we moving?

  • india Wave 2 makes it clear that fairness is not part of global COVID policy

  • Progress on vaccinations, why should companies care?

  • With IMF’s Upward Revision of Global GDP Forecast for 2021, Most Companies Are Optimistic on Global Economic Return

  • A look back at 2020 as the worst year in human history that left the world in shambles and industries and markets in turmoil

  • Cloud computing for health: definition, scope and importance

  • Recent market activity

  • New arrivals

2. FOCUS ON CERTAIN PLAYERS (Total 115 featured)

  •, Inc.

  • IBM Company

  • Microsoft Corporation

  • Oracle Corporation

  •, Inc.


  • The rise of healthcare computing is the cornerstone of the rise and rise of cloud computing in healthcare

  • The high costs of the internal management of health information systems are driving the migration to the cloud

  • Here’s how the cloud saves money and optimizes costs

  • COVID-19 Accelerates the Digitization of Healthcare to Benefit the Cloud as the Starting Point of the Digital Journey

  • Massive shift to telemedicine drives adoption of cloud computing

  • Here’s how the cloud enables telemedicine capabilities

  • Here’s how the cloud supports all facets of healthcare operations

  • Cloud-based clinical information systems (CIS) replace conventional CIS

  • Cloud-based EMR score compared to traditional client-server models

  • Cloud PACS moves imagery to the cloud and grows in importance

  • Strict Health Data Compliance Reinforces Importance of HIPAA Compliant Cloud

  • Strict HIPAA regulations spur interest in private cloud and community health cloud

  • Importance of HIPAA Compliant Clouds

  • Diverse healthcare environment and need for load balancing drive interest in hybrid cloud

  • Growing security concerns are driving adoption of encryption and multi-factor authentication in public healthcare clouds

  • Big data drives cloud adoption in healthcare

  • “The Cloud” is perfectly suited to Big Data in healthcare

  • Rise of e-pharmacies drives adoption of cloud computing

  • What does this mean for the cloud?

  • The cloud enables the delivery of personalized health care. here’s how

  • Cloud-based drug discovery platforms are growing in popularity

  • Cloud-based patient billing and claims management gain in importance

  • Cloud-based healthcare robotics is gaining ground

  • Top challenges haunt cloud adoption in healthcare




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