We’ve explored what the cloud is and how to optimize your security once you make the move. We’ve discussed how the cloud optimizes company efficiency. You’re finally starting to understand that the cloud could be a viable option for your organization, but what you don’t understand is what specific applications and workflows could the cloud host and optimize? It’s almost impossible to understand exactly how your practice should be implementing the cloud, since applications and workflows vary widely, even for businesses in the same industry. We can, however, start to look at how the cloud is impacting different industries. If you’re a medical provider that is looking to make a switch, here are a few ways that the medical industry is using the cloud.
The cloud is allowing medical providers to deliver services and make diagnoses faster than ever. While the medical field has historically been known as slow to adopt change and slow in delivering services – these types of solutions bring speed and agility to practices, allowing them to distinguish themselves from their competition and ultimately win more patients and grow their practice.