Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Healthcare Can Save $11 Billion with IT-as-a-Service

By adopting IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS), healthcare providers could reduce costs by $11 billion (9%), over three years, according to a survey of College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) members.

Ninety percent of healthcare IT executives believe IT innovation is key to their organization’s success and estimate that almost half of current portfolio can be delivered by ITaaS.

"32% of hospital IT will be delivered as a service on private, hybrid or public clouds in the next three years, up from 15% today." - FierceHealthIT
IT executives in healthcare have primarily (87%) purchased software or applications as a service, such as visualization and privacy breach detection.

Using low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics for proactive privacy breach detection and user access compliance allows them to achieve their goals of Stage 2 Meaningful Use, preparing for accountable care and improving information security.

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Sources:
(a) CHIME execs: IT-as-a-service could save $11 billion - FierceHealthIT, 06/24/2013

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