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Cloud Computing Market In Healthcare Industry (IAAS, SAAS, PAAS, CIS, NCIS, PACS, EMR, RIS) - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends And Forecast, 2012 - 2018

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This report provides the market estimate and forecast in terms of revenue for the global cloud computing market in healthcare industry. A detailed analysis of the market trends, current scenarios and future trends from 2012 to 2018 is available in the report. The market is analyzed by using concepts such as market dynamics including drivers, restraints and opportunities along with their impact analysis and market attractiveness analysis.

The market is segmented on the basis of cloud types into: Public, private and hybrid cloud. A detailed trend analysis of all the segments with market evaluation in terms of revenue generated with respect to the applications and geography is available in this report.

The market is also segmented on the basis of geography into: North America, Europe, Asia and rest of the world (RoW) regions. Geography wise, market evaluation is available in terms of revenue from 2012 to 2018.

A competitive analysis of the market players involved is also available in the report. Some of the major players of this market include: CareCloud, ClearDATA Networks, Merge Healthcare, Agfa Healthcare, IBM Corporation, Microsoft, Carestream Health, Oracle Corporation and others. Company overview, financial overview, business strategies, SWOT analysis, recent developments and product portfolio for each of the market players is also highlighted in the report.


The study presents a comprehensive assessment of the stakeholder strategies and their winning imperatives by segmenting the cloud computing market in healthcare industry as below:

Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry by service models
Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)
Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)

Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry by pricing models
Spot pricing or subscription model
Pay-as-you-go model

Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry by end user applications
Clinical Information systems (CIS) cloud computing market
EMR
PACS
RIS
Others

Non-Clinical Information systems (NCIS) cloud computing market
RCM
Claims management
APB
Others

Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry by geography
North America
Europe
Asia
RoW

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Preface
1.1 Report description
1.2 Research methodology

Chapter 2 Executive Summary

Chapter 3 Global Cloud Computing Market In Healthcare Industry, Market Analysis
3.1 Overview
3.1.1 Growth Trend and Future Outlook
3.2 Market drivers
3.2.1 Security of access and data integrity
3.2.2 Rapid Transformation in Healthcare IT
3.2.3 Advantageous pay-as-you-go model
3.3 Market restraints
3.3.1 Data relocation from established systems
3.3.2 Data integration and consistency is a major challenge
3.3.3 Data leakage concerns
3.4 Market opportunities
3.4.1 Increase in data sharing through ACOS
3.4.2 Wireless technologies
3.5 Global Cloud Computing Market In Healthcare Industry, Market Size And Forecast, By Pricing Models
3.5.1 Overview
3.5.1.1 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry market revenue, by pricing model, 2010-2018 (USD million)
3.5.2 Spot pricing or subscription model
3.5.2.1 Global spot pricing model cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
3.5.3 Pay-as-you-go model
3.5.3.1 Global pay-as-you-go model cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
3.6 Global Cloud Computing Market In Healthcare Industry, Market Size And Forecast, By Cloud Type
3.6.1 Overview
3.6.1.1 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by cloud type, 2010-2018 (USD million)
3.6.2 Public cloud
3.6.2.1 Global public cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
3.6.3 Private cloud
3.6.3.1 Global private cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
3.6.4 Hybrid cloud
3.6.4.1 Global hybrid cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
3.7 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry, Market Attractiveness Analysis

Chapter 4 Global Cloud computing Market in Healthcare Industry, By Service Models
4.1 Overview
4.1.1 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by service
4.2 Infrastructure-As-A-Service (IaaS)
4.2.1 Global IaaS cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography 2010-2018 (USD million)
4.3 Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)
4.3.1 Global PaaS cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
4.4 Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
4.4.1 Global SaaS cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)

Chapter 5 Global Cloud Computing Market In Healthcare Industry, Market Size And Forecast, By End User Applications
5.1 Overview
5.1.1 Global Cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by end user applications, 2010-2018 (USD million)
5.2 Clinical information systems (CIS) cloud computing market
5.2.1 Global CIS cloud computing market revenue, by application, 2010-2018 (USD million)
5.2.2 Global CIS cloud computing market, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
5.2.3 Electronic medical record (EMR)
5.2.3.1 Global EMR cloud computing market, by pricing models, 2010-2018 (USD million)
5.2.4 Picture archiving and communication system (PACS)
5.2.4.1 Global PACS cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
5.2.5 Radiology information system (RIS)
5.2.5.1 Global RIS cloud computing market, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
5.2.6 Others
5.3 Non-clinical information systems (NCIS) cloud computing market
5.3.1 Global NCIS cloud computing market, by applications, 2010-2018 (USD million)
5.3.2 Global NCIS cloud computing market, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
5.3.3 Revenue cycle management (RCM)
5.3.2.1 Global RCM cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
5.3.3 Claims management
5.3.3.1 Global claims management cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
5.3.4 Automatic patient billing (APB)
5.3.4.1 Global APB cloud computing market, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
5.3.5 Others

Chapter 6 Global Cloud Computing Market In Healthcare Industry, Market Size And Forecast, By Geography
6.1 Overview
6.1.1 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.2 North America
6.2.1 North America cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by service models, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.2.2 North America cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by pricing models, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.2.3 North America cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by cloud type, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.2.4 North America cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by end user application, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.3 Europe
6.3.1 Europe cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by service models, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.3.2 Europe cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by pricing models, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.3.3 Europe cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by cloud type, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.3.4 Europe cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by end user applications, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.4 Asia
6.4.1 Asia cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by service model, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.4.2 Asia cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by pricing model, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.4.3 Asia cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by cloud type, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.4.4 Asia cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by end user applications, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.5 Rest of the world
6.5.1 RoW cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by service model, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.5.2 RoW cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by pricing model, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.5.3 RoW cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by cloud type, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
6.5.4 RoW healthcare cloud market, by end user applications, 2010- 2018 (USD million)

Chapter 7 Competitive Landscape
7.1 Overview
7.1.1 Market share analysis
7.2 Key strategies adopted by major players
7.2.1 Increasing awareness regarding cloud computing
7.2.2 Agreements and collaborations
7.2.3 New product launches

Chapter 8 Recommendations
8.1 Market strategy for success
8.2 Barriers to be considered

Chapter 9 Company Profiles
9.1 Carecloud Corporation
9.1.1 Company overview
9.1.2 Financial information
9.1.3 Business strategies
9.1.3.1 New product launches
9.1.4 Product portfolio
9.1.5 Recent developments
9.2 Cleardata Networks
9.2.1 Overview
9.2.2 Financial information
9.2.3 Business strategies
9.2.3.1 New product development and innovation
9.2.3.2 Agreements and collaborations
9.2.4 Product portfolio
9.2.5 Recent developments
9.3 Carestream Health, Inc.
9.3.1 Company overview
9.3.2 Financial information
9.3.3 Business strategies
9.3.3.1 New product launch and innovation
9.3.4 Product portfolio
9.3.5 Recent developments
9.4 AGFA Healthcare
9.4.1 Company overview
9.4.2 Financial information
9.4.3 Business strategies
9.4.3.1 Expanded managed services
9.4.3.2 Focus on service management and training
9.4.4 Product portfolio
9.4.5 Recent Developments
9.5 Cisco Systems, Inc
9.5.1 Company overview
9.5.2 Financial information
9.5.3 Business strategies
9.5.3.1 New product launches and innovation
9.5.3.2 Investments
9.5.4 Product portfolio
9.5.5 Recent developments
9.6 Merge Healthcare, Inc.
9.6.1 Company overview
9.6.2 Financial information
9.6.3 Business strategy
9.6.3.1 New product launches and innovation
9.6.3.2 Investments in R&D
9.6.4 Product portfolio
9.6.5 Recent developments
9.7 IBM Corporation
9.7.1 Company overview
9.7.2 Financial information
9.7.3 Business strategy
9.7.3.1 Investments
9.7.3.2 New product launches and innovation
9.7.3.3 Focus on emerging economies
9.7.3.4 Well defined services and initiatives
9.7.4 Product portfolio
9.7.5 Recent developments
9.8 Intel Corporation
9.8.1 Company Overview
9.8.2 Financial information
9.8.3 Business Strategy
9.8.3.1 New product launch and Innovation
9.8.3.2 Investments in products for global use
9.8.4 Product portfolio
9.8.5 Recent developments
9.9 Microsoft Corporation
9.9.1 Company Overview
9.9.2 Financial information
9.9.3 Business Strategy
9.9.3.1 Investments
9.9.3.2 Geographic expansion
9.9.4 Product portfolio
9.9.5 Recent developments
9.10 Oracle Corporation
9.10.1 Company Overview
9.10.2 Financial information
9.10.3 Business Strategy
9.10.3.1 New products and services
9.10.3.2 Mergers and acquisitions
9.10.4 Product portfolio
9.10.5 Recent developments
9.11 Others

List of Figures

FIG. 1 Cloud ecosystem
FIG. 2 Market attractiveness analysis of cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography
FIG. 3 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by service model, 2011 (USD million)
FIG. 4 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by service models, 2010 – 2018 (% share)
FIG. 5 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry, market share, by pricing models, 2010 – 2018 (% share)
FIG. 6 Cloud computing architecture in healthcare Industry
FIG. 7 Comparative analysis of global cloud computing market in healthcare industry, market share, by geography, 2011 & 2018
FIG. 8 North America cloud computing market in healthcare industry, 2010 – 2018 (USD million)
FIG. 9 Europe cloud computing market in healthcare industry, 2010 – 2018 (USD million)
FIG. 10 Asia cloud computing market in healthcare industry, 2010 – 2018 (USD million)
FIG. 11 Rest of the world cloud computing market in healthcare industry, 2010 – 2018 (USD million)
FIG. 12 Annual revenue of AGFA healthcare, 2009 – 2011 (USD million)
FIG. 13 Annual revenue of Cisco systems, inc, 2009-2011 (USD million)
FIG. 14 Annual revenue of Merge healthcare, inc, 2009-2011(USD million)
FIG. 15 Annual revenue of IBM corporation, 2009-2011 (USD million)
FIG. 16 Annual revenue of Intel corporation, 2009-2011 (USD million)
FIG. 17 Annual revenue of Microsoft corporation, 2009-2011 (USD million)
FIG. 18 Annual revenue of Oracle corporation, 2009-2011 (USD million)

List of Tables

TABLE 1 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 2 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry: A snapshot
TABLE 3 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by service models, 2010 – 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 4 Global IaaS cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 5 Global PaaS cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 6 Global SaaS cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 7 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry market revenue, by pricing model, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 8 Global spot pricing model cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 9 Global pay-as-you-go model cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 10 Global Cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by end user applications, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 11 Global CIS cloud computing market revenue, by application, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 12 Global CIS cloud computing market, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 13 Global EMR cloud computing market, by pricing models, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 14 Global PACS cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 15 Global RIS cloud computing market, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 16 Global NCIS cloud computing market, by applications, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 17 Global NCIS cloud computing market, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 18 Global RCM cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 19 Global claims management cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 20 Global APB cloud computing market, by geography, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 21 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by cloud type, 2010-2018 (USD million)
TABLE 22 Global public cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 23 Global private cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 24 Global hybrid cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 25 Global cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by geography, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 26 North America cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by service models, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 27 North America cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by pricing models, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 28 North America cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by cloud type, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 29 North America cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by end user application, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 30 Europe cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by service models, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 31 Europe cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by pricing models, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 32 Europe cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by cloud type, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 33 Europe cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by end user applications, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 34 Asia cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by service model, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 35 Asia cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by pricing model, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 36 Asia cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by cloud type, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 37 Asia cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by end user applications, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 38 RoW cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by service model, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 39 RoW cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by pricing model, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 40 RoW cloud computing market in healthcare industry, by cloud type, 2010- 2018 (USD million)
TABLE 41 RoW healthcare cloud market, by end user applications, 2010- 2018 (USD million)

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