Facts and Factors Market Research has published a new report titled “U.S. Healthcare Cloud Computing Market By Component (Hardware, Services, and Software), By Deployment Mode (Hybrid, Public, Community, and Private), By Pricing Model (Spot/Subscription and Pay-As-You-Go), By Application (Non-Clinical Information System and Clinical Information System), By Service Model (SaaS, Pass, and IaaS), and By End-User (Healthcare Providers and Healthcare Payers): Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2018–2027”. According to the report, the U.S. healthcare cloud computing market was valued approximately USD 7,139 million in 2018 and is expected to reach a value of around USD 30,231 million by 2027, at a CAGR of around 17.4% between 2019 and 2027.
Cloud computing is among the most revolutionary technologies worldwide. The number of applications involving cloud computing is escalating globally. Today, the applications of cloud computing are widespread to such an extent that they are also being used by the healthcare industry. The evolution of cloud computing in healthcare has been rapid in recent times. Thus, major parts of the healthcare services are likely to be moved onto the cloud, to provide cost-effective and efficient healthcare services globally. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) defines cloud computing as a model for facilitating on-demand, well-situated network access to a shared band of configurable computing resources, such as servers, networks, applications, storage, and services, which can be rapidly released and provisioned with minimal management efforts or service provider interaction.
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Rising clinical innovations majorly driving the U.S. healthcare cloud computing market
The healthcare sector constantly strives for innovation. Advances in technology combined with government incentives push organizations to adopt new technologies. Thus, there must be mechanisms in place for these organizations to deploy, test, and validate the effectiveness of these proposed solutions without significant upfront investments. Clinical innovation drives better patient care and outcomes, which is a hospital’s primary objective. Thus, enabling facilities to deploy these new technologies in a cost-effective manner will be a major growth driver for the U.S. healthcare cloud computing market.
Private cloud segment will grow rapidly
In 2018, the private cloud segment held the largest market share. It will register a CAGR of 17.9% over the forecast time period, owing to its various benefits like flexibility, strong security, guaranteed resource availability, and regulatory compliance. These benefits help organizations by smoothly running their IT systems in a private cloud environment alongside cost savings. This flexibility and improved resource utilization help organizations ensure top-level application performance at economical costs by optimum use of their servers.
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Software as a service is likely to be the largest market segment
In 2018, the software as a service segment accounted for a major share of the U.S. healthcare cloud computing market. Several leading IT companies offer software as a service on their own computers and servers to the users. One doesn’t need to buy a server for maintaining and managing data, as everything is installed on the third party. This helps in saving time, reducing costs, and increasing profits.
South region will dominate the U.S. healthcare cloud computing market
In 2018, the South region a 30.4% share of the U.S. healthcare cloud computing market. This region is projected to dominate the market in the future as well, owing to the rising healthcare IT spending, increasing adoption of technological advancements, and the presence of well-established research infrastructure.
Key players operating in the U.S. healthcare cloud computing market are IBM, Microsoft, Quality Systems, CareCloud Corporation, ClearDATA Networks, INFINITT Healthcare, VMware, Carestream Health, CloudMine, SAS Institute, Progress Software Corporation, Salesforce.com, Napier Healthcare Solutions, Siemens Healthcare, Cerner Corporation, General Electric, Athenahealth, and Oracle Corporation, among others.
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This report segments the U.S. healthcare cloud computing market as follows:
U.S. Healthcare Cloud Computing Market: By Component
U.S. Healthcare Cloud Computing Market: By Deployment Mode
U.S. Healthcare Cloud Computing Market: By Pricing Model
U.S. Healthcare Cloud Computing Market: By Application Analysis
- Clinical Information System
- Non-Clinical Information System
U.S. Healthcare Cloud Computing Market: By Service Model
- Software As A Service (SaaS)
- Platform As A Service (PaaS)
- Infrastructure As A Service (IaaS)
U.S. Healthcare Cloud Computing Market: By End-User
- Healthcare Providers
- Healthcare Payers
U.S. Healthcare Cloud Computing Market: By Region
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