"The healthcare sector is complex due to the number of procedures and sensitive data it handles. Increasing operating expenses and difficulties establishing a self-sufficient health ecosystem are two expected consequences of the industry’s complexity.When faced with massive problems, the healthcare sector has traditionally turned to cutting-edge technology for rescue and creative solutions.
Cloud computing is one example of such a system. It’s been around in the healthcare business for a while, constantly adapting to new developments. Collaboration, scalability, accessibility, efficiency, and security are just ways that cloud computing is revolutionizing the healthcare sector.MarketsandMarkets predicts that by 2025, the medical cloud computing industry will be worth $65 billion.
According to research company Gartner, spending on cloud services are expected to increase from $313 billion in 2020 to more than $482 billion in 022)."