Applying Cloud Computing in medicine part #1

Hamza Emadeen

A Computer Geek self-thought , Free Styler designer and Developer . An open source Kid , a blogger who has been playing ( geeking ) around computers since the 90s . This kid happened to be a Doctor .

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  • http://www.myhealthtechblog.com Deborah Leyva

    Yes, the clouds are drawing near… Once privacy & security of electronic health records on the cloud matures, it can provide a cost effective approach to migration from paper to electronic records.

    To read more about Medical Offices and the Cloud visit http://www.officeonthecloud.com

    Great post.

  • http://wellescent.com/forum/topics.php Wellescent Health Forums

    As the SaaS model matures, individual medical practices may be very well served by this approach as doctors can offload backups, upgrades and other aspects of maintaining software to someone who can do it more effectively and efficiently.

    An ideal and quite feasible scenario would simply have the doctor and his administrative assistant having little more than a computer with internet access in order to access a set of services chosen by subscription.

  • http://www.angelspeech.com/medical-practice-101/ Jay Andrews

    It's easy to see how many of these applicatio patterns could be implemented in either AWS or GAE. Understanding a pattern`s pros and cons in the context of any of the available cloud computing solutions is critical when you're considering an architeture.

  • http://www.angelspeech.com/medical-practice-101/ Jay Andrews

    It's easy to see how many of these applicatio patterns could be implemented in either AWS or GAE. Understanding a pattern`s pros and cons in the context of any of the available cloud computing solutions is critical when you're considering an architeture.

  • http://www.angelspeech.com/medical-practice-101/ Jay Andrews

    It's easy to see how many of these applicatio patterns could be implemented in either AWS or GAE. Understanding a pattern`s pros and cons in the context of any of the available cloud computing solutions is critical when you're considering an architeture.

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