HealthTech Magazines April 14, 2021
Jim Beinlich, Chief Data Information Officer, Penn Medicine

Introduction

Cloud technology and analytics have been around for quite some time. Still, they are taking on lead technology roles in healthcare, especially after the past year where working “anywhere and anytime” has become a reality. According to TechNavio, the US Healthcare cloud market is expected to grow by $25 billion between 2020 and 2024 at a rate of 23% annually. What’s driving the growth appears to be the ever-increasing amount of data generated by Electronic Health Records (EHR), the amount of network-aware medical devices, and the general increasing demand for data as organizations look for more insights into performance and management.

While working at a large academic health system like Penn Medicine offers some advantage over smaller organizations that might...

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