Health IT leaders are on board with cloud-computing technology

06/21/2010 | InformationWeek

An Accenture report found 32% of health IT leaders use cloud technology and 73% said they plan to expand their use of cloud-computing models. Factors such as flexibility and cost benefits drive health care groups to take computing to the cloud, the report's co-author Dadong Wan said. "Cloud computing is a newer technology and compared to existing IT is newer and more cost advantageous," he said.

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