Integrity Staff

Do Clinical Healthcare Organizations Use Cloud Computing?

Storing, organizing, securing, and accessing data via cloud computing is a growing trend within the healthcare industry, and for good reason. Early indicators suggest that compared to local hardware and storage systems, cloud computing allows for improved access and interdisciplinary communication without sacrificing on privacy, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness.

How might cloud computing look at your organization? Check out a few simple ways other clinical institutions are taking advantage of the network-based system to help you imagine your own facility in the cloud.

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