Why choose the Cloud?
Cloud computing is an IT solution that is particularly suited to the healthcare sector. It offers the same or better service level as in-house IT structures, while being significantly less expensive. The costs for in-house management are significant. They include the acquisition and maintenance of hardware, the purchase of software and the necessary human resources.
In contrast, by using cloud services, hospitals only pay for what they use (applications, storage, infrastructure services, etc.).
Accessibility and speed of execution
First of all, the cloud allows for efficient data storage and software execution. It provides easy access to applications and resources from anywhere at any time. Second, the cloud reduces the total time required to deploy new applications.
And finally, its implementation in healthcare offers practitioners the opportunity to leverage relevant data to make decisions quickly and with maximum information available.
- Public health also benefits: by allowing selective access to millions of data, we can
improve the quality of care,
and thus contribute to the sustainability of the healthcare system.
Imagine being able to compare the anonymized data of hundreds of thousands of patients suffering from a disease. It would be much easier to detect trends and determine which treatments are effective.
This thinking can also be applied to load calculations in Careboard. Data analysis will allow our artificial intelligence to learn from the feedback of field staff.