Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market 2015-2019 with Agfa, CareCloud, Carestream Health, Cisco, ClearData Networks, Dell, GE & Merge Healthcare Dominating

http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/h699d6/global_healthcare

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/global-healthcare-cloud-computing-market-2015-2019-with-agfa-carecloud-carestream-health-cisco-cleardata-networks-dell-ge–merge-healthcare-dominating-300057497.html

“Increased adoption of IT in healthcare has led to a rise in the adoption of cloud computing by the Global Healthcare industry. Though there are significant challenges such as high initial investment and shortage of skilled workforce, cloud computing is expected to witness a significant rise in its adoption by healthcare providers. There is also increased need for integration of data to enable healthcare providers make effective and accurate decisions. The increased adoption of IT in healthcare has led to an urgent need for storage devices to store the enormous amount of data that is being generated. Cloud solutions for storing and retrieving data are expected to significantly reduce the IT expenditure of healthcare institutions.”

“According to the report, The increased need for IT in healthcare but at reduced CAPEX is a major driver for this market. Budget pressures drive payers to seek economic options. Moving to cloud enables the Healthcare industry to confront the increased costs associated with IT investments be it hardware, software, or services. Cloud computing is a key enabler for physicians and hospitals to step into IT investment without apprehension about costs and maintenance.”

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