Survey: 58% of Hospital C-Suiters Trust Cloud Technology

The majority of hospital and health system leaders trust cloud-based technologies to exchange and store data, according to a Porter Research survey cited in Crain's Detroit Business.

Twenty-nine of the survey's 50 C-suite respondents said they trusted the technology to help their organizations embrace health information exchanges, accountable care organizations and patient-centered medical homes, according to the report.

"Health care CIOs have seen the cloud's potential in moving beyond 'islands of information' and creating a simple means to securely exchange clinical and administrative data," Tim Busche, director of product marketing for healthcare at Covisint, the study's sponsor, said in the report.

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