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Cloud Computing in Healthcare by iCare

"iCare The Enterprise Cloud EHR Cloud Computing in Healthcare $75 billion « The SaaS software $59 market will increase 25 billion percent in 2013 to $59 billion, a 25 percent increase. In 2014, the market is expected to total $75 billion. Saas market Forrester, 2013 2013 2014 Budgets & ROI 21% 84% Cloud users report 21% annual savings after moving applications to the cloud 84% of cloud users say they have reduced the costs of applications that have been AFCOM 2011 moved to the cloud CDW Cloud Tracking Poll 2011 Healthcare IT spending Healthcare organizations pay an average of 17% more for IT than the other 29 industries and 33% more than the industry with the lowest average costs. NET(net) Survey 2012 Healthcare 29 Other Industries Healthcare Industry with lowest average costs 17% 33% тore тore Only 22% of business IT budgets had increased in 2011 whereas 66% of healthcare IT budgets increased. CDW IT Monitor 2011 54%. of IT Executives expect that a move to the cloud will simplify and even reduce the need for IT ops. 55% f IT Executives believe that cloud computing has a lower total Gatepoint Research & Science logic 2011 cost of ownership (TCO). Future of Cloud Computing 2011 28% 2$ more spending $ $ %2$ Five years from now, those not currently in the cloud, project they will spend slightly more than one quarter (28%) of their budget on cloud. CDW Cloud Tracking Poll 2011 Cloud growth Cloud computing is expected to grow 19% in 2012, becoming a $109 billion industry compared to a $91 billion market last year. By 2016, it's expected Cloud growth 19% Installed software growth to be a $207 billion industry. Compared to: Enterprise software, after increasing 9.8% last year, is expected to reach $281 9.8% billion this year, a 4.3% growth clip. Gartner 2012 Gartner 2012 Jobs Going to the cloud doesn't mean job loss. 74% indicate that cloud computing would lead to an increase in hiring or have no impact. 2011 Future of Cloud Computing Survey, North Bridge Job growth 47% minnar of IT Executives expect to train existing IT operations staff for the cloud rather than add staff. 1Y77777777 of IT Executives expect to hire new cloud-trained staff. Gatepoint Research & Science Logic 2011 84% of IT managers say their organization employs at least one cloud application CDW Cloud Tracking Poll 2011 The federal government predicts a shortage, by the year 2015, of 50,000 healthcare IT specialists Market Trends TOP 10 Future of Cloud Survey 2011 Cloud Drivers 1 Agility 2 Scalability 4 Efficiency 6. Capex to Opex 8. Mobility 3. Cost 5. Innovation 7 Competitive 9. Customer Demand 10. Cloud APIS CTO Enterprise Cloud Use Goals 42% 42% 38% 37% Consolidate IT Reduce IT Enable or Improve Reduce IT energy/power “Anywhere Access" consumption Capital Requirements Infrastructure Overall, what is the status of cloud computing within your organization? Small business Large business State & Local Healthcare Medium business Higher education Federal K-12 government government 21% 21% 37% 29% 23% 30% 34% 27% Percentage of organizations implementing or maintaining cloud computing CDW 2011 Cloud Computing Tracking Poll 37% Healthcare Current cloud adoption: Only of healthcare organizations have developed a written strategic plan for the adoption of cloud computing 50% 37% 25% 25% 22% 5% 11% 0% Discovery Planning Implementing Maintaining Not considering © 2013, LLC. All rigthts reserved. Las Olas City Centre. 401 East Las Olas Blvd. Suite 2250, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 I P. (954) 616-5604 I [email protected] I %24

Cloud Computing in Healthcare by iCare

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It is evident that cloud-based software is here to stay. Computer application usage is becoming a utility, similar to electricity and with computer networks having finally caught-up with computer proc...






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