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Health IT execs plan increased investment to enhance value-based care

BY Jeff Rowe | February 13, 2018

Among other things, organizations need to make sure that the technology they’re investing in will work with their existing IT systems.

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Are you ready for the multi-cloud?

BY Jeff Rowe | February 12, 2018

A big part of successfully using the cloud, says one stakeholder, is understanding which new technologies to use, and which to hold off on, or not use at all.

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Report: global cloud spending poised to lap non-cloud IT spending

BY Jeff Rowe | February 06, 2018

Combined with on-premises private cloud, overall global spending on cloud IT infrastructure will grow at an 11.7 percent CAGR and by 2020 will surpass spending on non-cloud IT infrastructure.

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What Infrastructure-as-a-Service can do for you

BY Jeff Rowe | January 30, 2018

In short, IaaS takes the physical deployment and on-site maintenance tasks out of IT infrastructure by using vendor servers in the place of on-premises servers.

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What technologies will grow in the cloud in 2018?

BY Jeff Rowe | January 29, 2018

Among other cloud developments, experts say automation solutions that can handle hybrid and multi-cloud environments will be in increasingly high demand.

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Heart association builds cloud platform for precision medicine initiative

BY Jeff Rowe | January 26, 2018

The ongoing transformation of medical data collection and the availability of cheap memory, processing power and coding talent make the evolution of precision medicine inevitable.

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How fog computing can sharpen healthcare analytics

BY Jeff Rowe | January 22, 2018

Experts say fog computing extends the concept of cloud computing to the network edge, making it ideal for IoT and other applications that require real-time interactions.

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Experts to discuss healthcare’s cloud-based future at HIMSS forum

Software-as-a-service applications and moving EHRs wholesale into the cloud are just a couple of the innovations that will be discussed at the HIMSS18 pre-conference event.

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Global health experts see cloud and big data as new weapons against pandemics

BY Jeff Rowe | January 16, 2018

Research suggests that hospitals, physician practices and other facets of the continuum of care will rapidly adopt cloud-based platforms to improve data and application access and enhance interoperability for their organizations.