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HealthCare in the Cloud

November 1, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: Health Data Management

According to a recent Gartner Group study, annual spending on cloud-related transactions may grow to almost $150 billion worldwide by 2014. Although health care is a market segment that has generally resisted jumping into the technology explosion taking place “in the cloud,” according to the CDW 2011 Cloud Computing Tracking Poll, 30 percent of health care organizations are now either implementing cloud-based solutions or are already operating such solutions.

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