What is cloud computing and how does it help in health care?
Managing data has been a challenge for healthcare providers across the world, and it is a crucial aspect because each set of data is valuable. I learnt that cloud computing in healthcare solves this problem with its intuitive management of electronic medical records. Please leave your comments on this.
@abhiroop Since there has been a surge in adoption of Big Data analytics, wearable devices and IoT in healthcare, cloud computing enables all of them by offering data scalability, flexibility and better storage options. With telemedicine picking up speed, the cloud technology offers necessary infrastructure for patient care delivery to remote locations. With the help of the cloud, remote accessibility and information sharing becomes easy. It will be pivotal when you are looking to deliver care remotely. Data is processed much more quickly and you can reduce your costs by reducing the number of in-house IT experts as there are no on-site servers. The Cloud computing market for healthcare is expected to reach 64.7 billion USD by 2025 from its current size of 28.1 billion in 2020. Some of the major players in healthcare cloud computing are NetApp, Carestream Health, IBM, Amazon Web Services, IBM Corporation and Oracle Corporation.