Cloud Computing

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AWS Healthcare Competency partnership has demonstrated success in building solutions for healthcare payers and providers that securely store, process, transmit, and analyze clinical information. Working with these Competency we give you access to innovative, cloud-based solutions that have a proven track record handling clinical data.

Whether you are part of a community hospital or global pharmaceutical company, AWS helps you add agility, improve collaboration, and makes it easier to experiment and incorporate new technological innovation. Organizations across the healthcare and life sciences industry are using AWS for everything from basic storage to clinical information systems.

Benefits of cloud technology for healthcare - Transforming Service Delivery.
The Yankee Group is observing the emergence of new business models based on anytime, anywhere IT services, propelled by end-user creativity and expectations. The Yankee Group asserts that "anywhere IT" will be the largest technology-enabled transformation in our lifetimes, potentially reaching two billion people by 2012.

It believes that this trend represents the convergence and synergy of cloud computing, application mobility, and social media.1 At the center of this trend are the companies that design, aggregate, and deliver IT services.

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The keys to transforming service delivery through the cloud require the following:

  • Reducing capital expenditure and leveraging existing assets
  • Controlling ongoing development, delivery and operations costs
  • Increasing the speed and flexibility of developing and providing new (differentiated) services
  • Efficiently managing the customer relationships over the cloud (e.g. billing)
  • Such challenges illustrate the complex interdependencies required to provide cloud services and currently no single service partner can deploy and manage all the services that end customers are demanding.

Key Benefits of Cloud Technology
Cloud transforms the economics of IT from capital-intensive to pay-as-you-go. Service level agreements guarantee the capabilities needed, when needed. Costs are tiered and metered to accurately reflect requirements and usage. All applications, including legacy, run more efficiently and sustainably with greater utilization of the underlying infrastructure.

Cloud can improve information management and reduce operating risks:
Coupled with context-aware systems, Cloud protects sensitive information through automated policy enforcement. Additionally, the resilience of Cloud deployments increases uptime and simplifies disaster recovery.
Cloud accelerates business by allowing healthcare organizations to transform ideas into new services, with greater speed. This allows healthcare providers to scale up their operations, and launch new services quickly and easily. Cloud can provide nearly limitless scalability, enabling businesses to grow, without the investment in time and resource intensive technology infrastructure.

Cloud brings powerful IT resources to the healthcare providers:
Healthcare organizations of all sizes, across all geographies, can access information technology resources that previously were out of reach. World-class applications and computing infrastructure are available to all without considerable up-front investment.
Cloud makes new business models possible and unlocks revenue potential, for healthcare entities. Hospitals and other healthcare providers can enter new markets, respond more quickly to changing customer needs, collaborate more effectively to drive innovation and business value, and execute on strategies that might not have been cost-effective in the past.