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Cloud Computing Healthcare Market Reports, by Country (United States, Canada, India, China, Japan, United Kingdom), Company Profiles, Share, Trends, Analysis, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast 2015 – 2021

"Cloud based technology helps in the maintenance and management of a large amount of data stored in a centralized database that can be accessed when needed. It saves a rather significant amount of infrastructural costs.  Healthcare industry has lagged behind other industries in implementing cloud technology; however, increasing number of companies are coming forward, adopting and utilizing cloud based applications. The applications in healthcare can be segmented into two prominent categories, clinical information system (CIS) which includes EMR, etc. & non-clinical information system (NCIS) which stores information on revenue data, client billing, payroll management, etc. The cloud based healthcare market consists of market for electronic health recorder (EHR), digital pathology, clinical information systems and bioinformatics. Market is further segmented into the basis of deployment models- public, private and hybrid market. It is also divided on the basis of service models- SaaS (Software-as-a-Service), PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) and IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service), with SaaS being the most widely used model. This market is highly lucrative and a widespread acceptance for cloud based technology is gaining ground in the recent years. Geographically, North America owns the largest share of this market in healthcare with widespread application.

The cloud market that reached about 130 billion at the end of 2013, is promising significant platform for data storage and application hosting."


Chap 1.    Market Estimation Methodology   

Chap 2.    Executive Summary   

Chap 3.    Market Overview    

 3.1.    Market Definitions    
 3.2.    Key Findings    
 3.2.1.    Healthcare is shifting from general to personal    
 3.2.2.    Investments to soar in healthcare IT    
 3.2.3.    SaaS-based cloud services are soaring    
 3.2.4.    Hybrid cloud is the future in healthcare    
 3.2.5.    Growing Wearable devices market drive the adoption of cloud in healthcare    
 3.2.6.    Healthcare IT as a Service (HITaaS) will be in more demand    
 3.3.    Key Buying Criteria    
 3.3.1.    Compliance with government regulations    
 3.3.2.    Cost contribution to finance    
 3.3.3.    Privacy and security concerns    
 3.3.4.    Requirement of data storage capacity    
 3.3.5.    Stability of service provider    
 3.4.    End-user analysis    
 3.5.    Regulatory Compliance    
 3.5.1.    US    HIPPA Act -1996    HITECH Act    Patient Protection act    
 3.5.2.    Europe
 3.6.    Innovations in cloud healthcare
 3.6.1.    Reality mining and social networking for healthy behavior
 3.6.2.    Home care for elderly people
 3.6.3.    Emotion sensors
 3.6.4.    Philips’ health suite digital platform
 3.6.5.    Athenahealth’s innovative EHR programs

Chap 4.    Sector Analysis  

4.1.    Cloud Computing   

Chap 5.    Competitive Landscape

 5.1.    Market share analysis    
 5.2.    Key Market Strategies    
 5.2.1.    Partnerships enable the cloud healthcare market to expand
 5.2.2.    Innovation fueling growth in cloud healthcare    
 5.2.3.    Product launch enables the company to grow    
 5.2.4.    Geographic expansion in cloud healthcare    
 5.2.5.    Collaboration leads to better services and benefits   

Chap 6.    Market Determinants  

 6.1.    Market Drivers    
 6.1.1.    Cloud computing a paradigm shift in healthcare IT    
 6.1.2.    Business agility in healthcare segment    
 6.1.3.    Shift of healthcare from clinic to home    
 6.1.4.    Need for healthcare organizations to store big data    
 6.1.5.    Government incentives to raise adoption of new technologies    
 6.1.6.    Healthcare IT investments are soaring    
 6.2.    Market Restraints    
 6.2.1.    Security Risks    
 6.2.2.    Legal Barriers    
 6.2.3.    Ethical Issues    
 6.3.    Market Opportunities    
 6.3.1.    Cloud companies seeing huge potential in healthcare cloud    
 6.3.2.    Virtual Integration    
 6.3.3.    Personalized healthcare gadgets    
 6.3.4.    Insurers to leverage healthcare cloud for tracking client details    
 6.4.    Market Challenges    
 6.4.1.    Data lock-in
 6.4.2.    Data transfer bottlenecks   

Chap 7.    Market Segmentation by Healthcare Applications of Cloud    

 7.1.    Clinical information system    
 7.2.    EHR Market    
 7.2.1.    EHR Vendors    
 7.2.2.    Drivers for adoption of cloud in EHR    Government support for EHR adoption    Better quality and patient care    Effective management of patient data    
 7.2.3.    Electronic Medical Recorder (EMR)    
 7.3.    Laboratory Information System (LIS)    
 7.3.1.    Benefits of cloud in Laboratory Information System(LIS)    Cost effectiveness    Effective data sharing    Improved patient outcomes    
 7.3.2.    Regional Analysis    
 7.3.3.    Regulatory control    
 7.3.4.    Standardization    
 7.4.    Pharmacy information System (PIS)    
 7.5.    Picture archiving and communication system (PACS)    
 7.6.    Cloud-based bioinformatics market   

Chap 8.    Cloud-based healthcare application market by deployment model    

 8.1.    Public Cloud    
 8.1.1.    Drivers of Public Cloud    Improved efficiency at lower cost    Increasing awareness for personal healthcare    
 8.1.2.    Restraints of Public Cloud    Slower adoption due to security and privacy concerns    Slow speed may interrupt clinical workflow    
 8.2.    Private Cloud    
 8.2.1.    Drivers of private cloud in healthcare    Low capital cost    Internal control provides better security    
 8.3.    Hybrid Cloud    

Chap 9.    Cloud Healthcare Market Segmentation by Service Models  

 9.1.    Software as a Service (SaaS)    
 9.1.1.    Drivers of SaaS in healthcare    Lower cost of SaaS ownership    SaaS scalability allows ef

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