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Amazon Web Services exec: We're interested in longitudinal health records for analytics and pop health

BY Mike Milliard | June 14, 2018

The tech giant said the cloud can serve as a home for patient records and enable a broader view at medical data to fuel value-based care.

EHRs in the cloud: Why smaller healthcare providers are making the leap
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EHRs in the cloud: Why smaller healthcare providers are making the leap.

BY Bill Siwicki | June 14, 2018

Providers say flexible platforms help them to prepare for population health management and value-based care.

Pam DeSalvo Landis, VP of Information and Analytics, Atrium Health, speaking at the Cloud Computing Forum during HIMSS18 on Monday.

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A cloud-first strategy provides flexibility, with careful negotiation

BY Gus Venditto | June 12, 2018

Atrium Health and Children’s Mercy Hospital shared their experience with a complete transition to the cloud.

security challenges of operating a healthcare hybrid cloud

Winston Armstrong and Sandeep Chandra, both of the San Diego Supercomputer Center will be speaking at the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum in June.

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A supercomputer center shows the security challenges of operating a healthcare hybrid cloud

BY Bill Siwicki | June 07, 2018

Cybersecurity professionals from the San Diego Supercomputer Center discuss end-to-end compliance, meeting unique user requirements and more.

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Solving cloud computing's CapEx vs. OpEx conundrum once and for all

Hospitals can save big money by subscribing to cloud-based applications rather than buying them outright, but many IT pros struggle to explain the nuances of expenditures.

cloud-based machine learning tools offer programmatic approach to security
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New cloud-based machine learning tools offer programmatic approach to security

BY Mike Milliard | June 01, 2018

After years of wariness from healthcare providers about off-premise data, new AI capabilities from Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft could make cloud storage easier and more trustworthy than ever.

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To prevent ransomware attacks, keep staff current with latest cybersecurity.

BY Jeff Rowe | May 29, 2018

A spate of ransomware attacks is a timely reminder that healthcare organizations heading to the clouds still need to get the basics of ransomware defense right.

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As the cloud changes, staff skill sets need to change with it

BY Jeff Rowe | May 28, 2018

Cloud adoption is expected to climb significantly over the next few years, and with it will come the need for an ever-changing set of skills from IT staffers.

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Small cloud providers making inroads across big cloud landscape

BY Jeff Rowe | May 28, 2018

While two or three familiar names may account for more than half of the infrastructure-as-a-service cloud market, smaller providers have carved out their own place by paying close attention to their customer needs.

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Despite warnings, many employees ignore data security policies

BY Jeff Rowe | May 25, 2018

In response to the survey, a majority of healthcare workers said when it comes to transferring data, documents, or information, they do whatever is easiest.