Cloud Computing isn’t only for the huge companies to relax their lives but also a great boon for other sectors which include Finance, Health, etc. The latest to get a boom and thumbs up from Cloud Computing is the Health Sector. The healthcare is the latest to be beneficial from the cloud.
Imagine you’re a doctor and there’s an emergency . You receive a notification of the situation and the patient’s report on your mobile through the applications and you issue the instructions immediately . That is not a joke but soon will be a reality thanks to Cloud Computing Companies for coming up with this innovation. So, that means Cloud Computing would really be not only be a money saver just for the companies but it would be a life saver too.
The first to take the help of Cloud Computing in Medicines is Mount Sinai which is the first site that went live in August 2011 having 600 patients enrolled and experiencing the unique and quick experience of Cloud Computing for the treatment. Universities like Mayo Clinic, University of California — San Francisco, University of Chicago Medical Center, and versity of Maryland Medical Center (Baltimore) are eager supporters of the Cloud Computing in the medicine and health sector.
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“This is the next revolution in digital imaging,” said David Mendelson, MD, FACR, Chief of Clinical Informatics at The Mount Sinai Medical Center and Chief Clinical Investigator for RSNA Image Share. The patients are happy in the way they have direct access to physicians with their reports on the cloud which can be forwarded to the latter and no further examination for every physician is to be done.
he RSNA Image Share project is funded by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering at NIH.In the test phase, Patients are allowed to upload the images of their reports and create a personal health report on the cloud. The doctor examines the previous reports and current scenario and suggests the treatment and medicines on the cloud itself. The other advantage is a personal health record of patient is created and the doctor knows the previous data and previous treatment given to the patient.
Cloud Computing in healthcare is doing wonders but the real problem is a lot of persons are still unware of this term and how much potential it has. Hopefully future would be great for Cloud Computing as well as humans with cloud as a great weapon making it easy to knock down tasks in less time with a backup.