It wasn’t that long ago that healthcare organizations shunned the cloud due to the perceived immaturity of cloud vendors and concerns over the potential risk associated with a data breach. Fast forward to today, and the industry’s position on cloud adoption has pivoted significantly.
Demand during the COVID-19 pandemic has left B2B healthcare industry manufacturers and distributors struggling to keep up. Subsequently, many organizations have discovered gaps in areas of their business such as ecommerce, site experience, product information management (PIM), and more.
In fact, Becker’s points to the healthcare sector as a clear leader in cloud adoption with a reported 35% of healthcare organizations housing at least half of their data or infrastructure in the cloud, compared to 31% of energy and utilities companies, and just 18% of financial services organizations.
This shift in the industry’s perception of cloud enables both payers and providers to consider and evaluate their cloud strategy with a focus on transforming operating models and better responding to evolving consumer, clinical, financial, and regulatory needs.
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