Why Should Healthcare Companies Move Their Data to the Cloud?

Several healthcare systems have been migrating their data to the cloud. This uptick in cloud adoption is due to the numerous benefits that cloud hosting systems offer to healthcare facilities over traditional systems. Such benefits could include lower costs, massive amounts of computational power, ease of remote access, heightened security, and more. These benefits have made cloud hosting the most appropriate medium to meet the changing IT infrastructure requirements of healthcare organizations.

In this article, we are going to discuss the different reasons why healthcare companies should move their data to the cloud.

 Enhanced Security of Health Data

The greatest advantage of moving data to the cloud is data security. The cloud offers robust security and heightened control measures that prevent cyberattacks by malicious actors.

Public cloud infrastructure providers are aware of the data security measures required such as HIPAA and SOC2 Compliance, as they as experts in their fields, and thus dedicate themselves to securing their environments from new evolving threats with the help of a greater level of security measures. The expertise of providers in cloud security ensures a secure solution for its users. 

Return on Investment and IT Infrastructure

It has been identified that several healthcare companies see existing investments in on-premise infrastructure as a major obstacle for healthcare IT leaders.

For such facilities, migrating to the cloud might be the optimal solution as it helps in enhancing workflows, reducing errors, increasing ROI, and much more in a cost-efficient manner.

Provide an Environment for Innovation

An important benefit that comes with moving the healthcare system to the cloud is a quick pace of innovation that is achieved by developing applications quickly by leveraging numerous services such as unlimited computational power as well as mature machine learning frameworks that are offered by the large-sized public cloud infrastructure providers in an efficient manner. 

Elasticity in the Cloud

During seasonal spikes, healthcare facilities often find themselves looking for extra infrastructure that can handle their peak volume of data. At such a time, cloud can act as an optimal solution. This is because the cloud is already equipped with such computational power to accommodate dynamic changes in volume. Cloud users have to only pay a minimal cost when compared to other means for extra resources and power, which makes it a cost-efficient option.

Another benefit, that comes with cloud is that cloud users do not have any permanent infrastructure commitment and can choose to opt-out at any time, making cloud a flexible option.

Future of public cloud infrastructures in the healthcare industry

A question that might arise is what health care delivery will look like in the future? If cloud will catch on or will it fade away like certain application provider models?

The answer in turn is a simple one. With the current state of healthcare facilities and the adoption challenges that it faces, cloud will emerge as the optimal solution for healthcare innovation. Government incentives could also help in making cloud mainstream and the benefits of cloud hosting prove how it can be advantageous in the long run.

Even the challenges that come with the cloud, are understood by cloud providers, who would work to ensure those obstacles are overcome.

Cloud provides so many advantages, in the forms of handling infrastructure in a secured and organized manner by archiving that could help organizations concentrate on patient-care-related activities and transform their efficiency and care.

 Move it to the cloud!

Many healthcare facilities now understand that cloud-hosting is a cost-efficient, beneficiary medium in the long run and have used the platform, increasing the momentum around cloud hosting. Also, facilities are slowly recognizing various cloud benefits that are not achievable through on-premise solutions.

Thus, the future of cloud adoption in healthcare appears lasting and an excellent option to consider for hosting data.

Triyam can help you move your data to a secure cloud environment. Contact us at info@triyam.com or Phone 855 663 2684 or www.triyam.com

 About Triyam and our cloud-based solution, ‘Fovea’

Triyam is a leading provider of EMR/ EHR Data Management Services with a specific focus on legacy data archival and retention. Triyam’s cloud-based product, ‘Fovea’, offers an active archive for compliance, continuity of care, Release of Information, A/R winddown, and analytics, etc., Triyam is also the Winner of the Best in KLAS Award in Data Archiving, 2021 and our solutions are HIPAA & SOC2 compliant.