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North American Healthcare Cloud Computing Market by Applications (EMR, PACS, RIS, RCM, APB), Deployment (Private, Public, Hybrid), Service (SAAS, IAAS), Pricing (Pay-As-You-Go, Spot) & End Users (Provider, Payers) - Forecast to 2018

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North American Healthcare Cloud Computing Market by Applications (EMR, PACS, RIS, RCM, APB), Deployment (Private, Public, Hybrid), Service (SAAS, IAAS), Pricing (Pay-As-You-Go, Spot) & End Users (Provider, Payers) - Forecast to 2018
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The significance of cloud computing is expected to increase in the healthcare industry. The healthcare industry is facing increasing pressure to lower the costs associated with providing healthcare; adopt new systems that support electronic medical records (EMR); and share data in a quick and secure manner with other healthcare providers and government agencies. The need to reduce costs in the healthcare industry ecosystem is a key factor that is increasing the adoption of cloud computing. Moreover, cloud computing can help healthcare organizations to share information stored across disparate information systems in real time and enable the IT staff to attend to more critical tasks, which results in an increase in productivity and cost-efficiency.

The cloud-based Clinical Information Systems softwares market is the fastest growing segment in the North American Healthcare cloud computing market, by application. The rapid growth of this market can be attributed to factors such as federal pressure to convert all paper-based records into digital forms, increasing healthcare costs, and increased awareness about the benefits of cloud computing. However, information such patient records, medical imaging data, and prescription records are to be kept confidential. Thus, the security concern over the transfer of such information on cloud is hindering the adoption of cloud computing in the healthcare sector.

In the CIS market, the EMR market is expected to grow at the highest CAGR. The high growth of this segment is attributed to the implementation of the HITECH Act, which has outlined the plans for the adoption of electronic health records. The North American healthcare cloud computing market has witnessed the highest deployment of applications on private clouds. A private cloud provides a dedicate network and infrastructure which is exclusive to one client. This increases the security of data being transferred on the cloud, which is the prime requirement in the healthcare industry. The SaaS application accounted for the largest share of the North American healthcare cloud computing market, by services. However, the market for IaaS is growing at a higher rate, owing to the increasing need to fill the gap between existing and required infrastructure without incurring significant expenses.

The cloud computing market is highly fragmented, with none of the players accounting for a significant share of the market. The companies in this market focus on growth strategies such as client acquisitions; agreements, partnerships, collaborations, and alliances; new product launches; acquisitions; and others (fund raising, event participation, marketing and promotion, expansion, and educational promotion) to increase their customer base.

The major players in the North American Healthcare Cloud Computing Market include athenahealth, Inc., CareCloud Corporation, Carestream Health, Inc., ClearData Networks, Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., Dell, Inc., EMC Corporation, Global Net Access (GNAX) Health, Hewlett-Packard Company, IBM Corporation, Iron Mountain, Inc., Merge Healthcare, Inc., Microsoft Corporation, Oracle Corporation, and VMware, Inc.

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The report provides insights on the following pointers:

• Market Penetration: Comprehensive information on product portfolios and services offered by the top players in the North American healthcare cloud computing market. The report analyzes markets by applications, deployment models, services, pricing models, components, and end users across geographies

• Product Development/Innovation: Detailed insights on the upcoming technologies, research and development activities, and new product launches in the North American healthcare cloud computing market

• Market Development: Comprehensive information about lucrative emerging markets

• Market Diversification: Exhaustive information about new products and services, untapped geographies, recent developments, and investments in the North American healthcare cloud computing market

• Competitive Assessment: In-depth assessment of market share, strategies, products and services, distribution networks, and manufacturing capabilities of leading players in the North American healthcare cloud computing market

1 INTRODUCTION 26

1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 26
1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION 26
1.3 MARKETS COVERED 28
1.4 STAKEHOLDERS 29
1.5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 30
1.5.1 SECONDARY AND PRIMARY RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 31
1.5.1.1 Secondary Research 31
1.5.1.2 Primary Research 32
1.5.2 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 33
1.5.3 MARKET FORECAST 35
1.5.4 MARKET CRACKDOWN & DATA TRIANGULATION 36
1.5.4.1 Key Data Points from secondary sources 38
1.5.4.2 Key Data Points from Primary sources 38
1.5.5 ASSUMPTIONS 40

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 41

3 NORTH AMERICAN CLOUD COMPUTING HEALTHCARE MARKET DYNAMICS 45

3.1 INTRODUCTION 46
3.2 EVOLUTION OF CLOUD COMPUTING IN HEALTHCARE 48
3.3 MARKET SEGMENTATION 49
3.4 MARKET DYNAMICS 51
3.4.1 DRIVERS 52
3.4.1.1 Increased adoption of information technology to boost cloud adoption and reduce healthcare costs 52
3.4.1.2 Legislative reform of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) 53
3.4.1.3 Dynamic nature and assortment of health benefit plan designs 53
3.4.1.4 Proliferation of new payment models 54
3.4.1.5 Benefits of cloud —reduced costs, positive returns on investment (ROI), and better accessibility & mobility 54
3.4.1.6 Improvements in storage technology 55
3.4.1.7 Greater flexibility and scalability of data 55
3.4.2 RESTRAINTS 56
3.4.2.1 Safeguarding patient information is a crucial task 56
3.4.2.2 Interoperability & standardization 56
3.4.2.3 Migration from legacy systems is considered a tedious task by providers 57
3.4.3 OPPORTUNITIES & TRENDS 57
3.4.3.1 Telecloud 57
3.4.3.2 Formation of accountable care organizations 58

4 NORTH AMERICAN CLOUD COMPUTING HEALTHCARE MARKET, BY APPLICATIONS 59

4.1 INTRODUCTION 60
4.2 CLINICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CIS) 61
4.2.1 ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORD (EMR) 64
4.2.2 PICTURE ARCHIVING & COMMUNICATION SYSTEM (PACS) 67
4.2.3 RADIOLOGY INFORMATION SYSTEM (RIS) 70
4.2.4 COMPUTERIZED PHYSICIAN ORDER ENTRY (CPOE) 72
4.2.5 LABORATORY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (LIMS) 74
4.2.6 PHARMACY INFORMATION SYSTEM (PIS) 76
4.2.7 OTHERS 79
4.3 NON CLINICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS (NCIS) 80
4.3.1 REVENUE CYCLE MANAGEMENT (RCM) 82
4.3.2 AUTOMATIC PATIENT BILLING (APB) 85
4.3.3 PAYROLL 86
4.3.4 CLAIMS MANAGEMENT 88
4.3.5 COST ACCOUNTING 90
4.3.6 OTHERS 92

5 NORTH AMERICAN CLOUD COMPUTING HEALTHCARE MARKET, BY DEPLOYMENT MODEL 94

5.1 INTRODUCTION 95
5.2 PRIVATE CLOUD 98
5.2.1 DRIVERS & CHALLENGES 99
5.2.1.1 Driver 99
5.2.1.1.1 Interoperability & sharing of data 99
5.2.1.1.2 Low capital Cost 99
5.2.1.2 Challenge 99
5.2.1.2.1 Appropriate vendor selection 99
5.2.2 EMERGING TREND 100
5.3 PUBLIC CLOUD 101
5.3.1 DRIVERS 102
5.3.1.1 Growing interest of healthcare information amongst patients 102
5.3.1.2 Increase in administrative efficiency at low cost 103
5.3.2 CHALLENGE 103
5.3.2.1 Security and privacy concerns 103
5.3.3 MARKET TRENDS 103
5.4 HYBRID CLOUD 105
5.4.1 DRIVERS & CHALLENGES 106
5.4.1.1 Drivers 106
5.4.1.1.1 Security and affordability 106
5.4.1.1.2 IT infrastructure stays on-premise 106
5.4.1.2 Challenge 106
5.4.1.2.1 Networking 106
5.4.2 ADOPTION TREND 106
5.5 COMMUNITY CLOUD 108

6 NORTH AMERICA CLOUD COMPUTING HEALTHCARE MARKET, BY SERVICE MODELS 109

6.1 INTRODUCTION 110
6.2 SOFTWARE-AS-A-SERVICE (SaaS) 112
6.2.1 SAAS ADOPTION IN HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS AND PAYERS 114
6.3 INFRASTRUCTURE-AS-A-SERVICE (IaaS) 119
6.3.1 IAAS ADOPTION IN HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS AND PAYERS 121
6.4 PLATFORM-AS-A-SERVICE (PaaS) 126
6.4.1 PAAS ADOPTION IN HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS AND PAYERS 128

7 CLOUD COMPUTING HEALTHCARE MARKET, BY PRICING MODEL 133

7.1 INTRODUCTION 134
7.2 PRICING MODELS 134
7.2.1 PAY-AS-YOU-GO MODEL 135
7.2.2 SPOT PRICING MODEL 138
7.3 COST COMPONENTS ANALYSIS FOR HEALTHCARE MARKET 140
7.3.1 SOFTWARE 140
7.3.2 HARDWARE 140
7.3.3 NETWORK 140
7.3.4 BACK-UP POWER 141
7.3.5 INSTALLATION SERVICES & ONGOING IT SUPPORT 141

8 NORTH AMERICAN CLOUD COMPUTING HEALTHCARE MARKET, BY COMPONENT 142

8.1 INTRODUCTION 143
8.2 SOFTWARE 144
8.2.1 CLINICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CIS) 145
8.2.2 NON CLINICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS OR NON CLINICAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS (NCIS OR NCHS) 145
8.2.3 OTHERS 145
8.3 HARDWARE 148
8.3.1 ACCESS DEVICES 149
8.3.2 PERIPHERALS 149
8.3.3 SERVERS 149
8.3.4 STORAGE DEVICES 150
8.3.5 NETWORKING DEVICES 150
8.4 SERVICES 152
8.4.1 CONSULTING 153
8.4.2 IMPLEMENTATION SERVICES 154
8.4.3 POST-SALE & MAINTENANCE 154
8.4.4 TRAINING SERVICES 154

9 NORTH AMERICA CLOUD COMPUTING HEALTHCARE MARKET, BY END USERS 157

9.1 INTRODUCTION 158
9.2 HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS 159
9.2.1 SMALL PROVIDERS 167
9.2.1.1 SaaS adoption in small-sized healthcare providers 167
9.2.1.2 IaaS adoption in small-sized healthcare providers 168
9.2.1.3 PaaS adoption in small-sized healthcare providers 169
9.2.2 MEDIUM PROVIDERS 170
9.2.2.1 SaaS adoption in medium-sized healthcare providers 171
9.2.2.2 IaaS adoption in medium-sized healthcare providers 172
9.2.2.3 PaaS adoption in medium-sized healthcare providers 173
9.2.3 LARGE PROVIDERS 174
9.2.3.1 SaaS adoption in large-sized healthcare providers 175
9.2.3.2 IaaS adoption in large-sized healthcare providers 176
9.2.3.3 PaaS adoption in large-sized healthcare providers 177
9.3 HEALTHCARE PAYERS 178
9.3.1 SMALL PAYERS 186
9.3.1.1 SaaS adoption in small-sized healthcare payers 186
9.3.1.2 IaaS adoption in small-sized healthcare payers 187
9.3.1.3 PaaS adoption in small-sized healthcare payers 188
9.3.2 MEDIUM PAYERS 189
9.3.2.1 SaaS adoption in medium-sized healthcare payers 190

9.3.2.2 IaaS adoption in medium-sized healthcare payers 191
9.3.2.3 PaaS adoption in medium-sized healthcare payers 192
9.3.3 LARGE PAYERS 193
9.3.3.1 SaaS adoption in large-sized healthcare payers 194
9.3.3.2 IaaS adoption in large-sized healthcare payers 195
9.3.3.3 PaaS adoption in large-sized healthcare payers 196
9.4 CLOUD COMPUTING DEPLOYMENT IN HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS AND PAYERS 197
9.4.1 INDICATIVE LIST OF CLOUD COMPUTING DEPLOYMENT IN HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS 202
9.4.2 INDICATIVE LIST OF CLOUD COMPUTING DEPLOYMENT IN HEALTHCARE PAYERS 208

10 GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS 211

10.1 INTRODUCTION 212
10.2 FACTORS INFLUENCING CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET DYNAMICS 214
10.2.1 CLOUD COMPUTING IS AN IDEAL SOLUTION FOR HANDLING THE GROWING AMOUNT OF DATA IN MEDICAL IMAGING 214
10.2.2 CONFERENCES TO PROPEL GROWTH BY CREATING AWARENESS & PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE 215
10.2.3 RISE IN INSURANCE ENROLLMENTS TRIGGERED BY PATIENT PROTECTION AND AFFORDABLE CARE ACT (MARCH 2010) 216
10.2.4 INCESSANTLY RISING EMR ADOPTION 217
10.2.5 INADEQUATE IT INFRASTRUCTURE AMONGST PAYERS - A MAJOR GROWTH FACTOR 218
10.3 U.S. HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET 219
10.4 CANADA HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET 232

11 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 245

11.1 INTRODUCTION 245
11.2 CLIENT ACQUISITIONS 246
11.3 AGREEMENTS, PARTNERSHIPS, COLLABORATIONS, AND ALLIANCES 250
11.4 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCHES 253
11.5 ACQUISITIONS 255
11.6 OTHERS 258

12 COMPANY PROFILES 261 (Overview, Financials, Products & Services, Strategy, & Developments)*

12.1 ATHENAHEALTH, INC. 261
12.2 CARECLOUD CORPORATION 274
12.3 CARESTREAM HEALTH, INC. 279
12.4 CISCO SYSTEMS, INC. 283
12.5 CLEARDATA NETWORKS, INC. 287
12.6 DELL, INC. 297
12.7 EMC CORPORATION 304
12.8 GLOBAL NET ACCESS (GNAX) HEALTH 309
12.9 HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY 312
12.10 IBM CORPORATION 317
12.11 IRON MOUNTAIN, INC. 322
12.12 MERGE HEALTHCARE, INC. 326
12.13 MICROSOFT CORPORATION 331
12.14 ORACLE CORPORATION 337
12.15 VMWARE, INC. 347
*Details on Financials, Product & Services, Strategy, & Developments might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET,
BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 60
TABLE 2 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE CIS MARKET, BY SEGMENT,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 62
TABLE 3 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE CIS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 63
TABLE 4 NORTH AMERICAN EMR SOFTWARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 66
TABLE 5 NORTH AMERICAN PACS SOFTWARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 69
TABLE 6 NORTH AMERICAN RIS SOFTWARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 71
TABLE 7 NORTH AMERICAN CPOE SOFTWARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 73
TABLE 8 NORTH AMERICAN LIMS SOFTWARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 75
TABLE 9 NORTH AMERICAN PIS SOFTWARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 78
TABLE 10 OTHER CLINICAL CLOUD COMPUTING APPLICATIONS,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 79
TABLE 11 NORTH AMERICAN NCIS CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE,
BY TYPE, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 81
TABLE 12 NORTH AMERICAN NCIS CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 82
TABLE 13 NORTH AMERICAN RCM CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 84
TABLE 14 NORTH AMERICAN APB SOFTWARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 86
TABLE 15 NORTH AMERICAN PAYROLL SOFTWARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 88
TABLE 16 NORTH AMERICAN CLAIMS MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 90
TABLE 17 NORTH AMERICAN COST ACCOUNTING CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 91
TABLE 18 NORTH AMERICAN OTHER NON-CLINICAL CLOUD COMPUTING APPLICATIONS MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 93
TABLE 19 NORTH AMERICAN CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE,
BY DEPLOYMENT MODEL, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 97
TABLE 20 NORTH AMERICAN PRIVATE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 98
TABLE 21 NORTH AMERICAN PRIVATE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE,
BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 100
TABLE 22 NORTH AMERICAN PUBLIC CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 102
TABLE 23 NORTH AMERICAN PUBLIC CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE,
BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 104
TABLE 24 NORTH AMERICAN HYBRID CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 105

TABLE 25 NORTH AMERICAN HYBRID CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE,
BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 107
TABLE 26 NORTH AMERICA CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE, BY SERVICE MODELS, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 111
TABLE 27 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY GEOGRAPHY FOR SAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 113
TABLE 28 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY END USERS FOR SAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 114
TABLE 29 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY DEPLOYMENT FOR SAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 115
TABLE 30 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY PRIVATE CLOUD DEPLOYMENT, BY GEOGRAPHY FOR SAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 116
TABLE 31 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY PUBLIC CLOUD DEPLOYMENT, BY GEOGRAPHY FOR SAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 117
TABLE 32 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY HYBRID CLOUD DEPLOYMENT, BY GEOGRAPHY FOR SAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 118
TABLE 33 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY GEOGRAPHY FOR IAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 120
TABLE 34 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY END USERS FOR IAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 121
TABLE 35 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY DEPLOYMENT FOR IAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 122
TABLE 36 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY PRIVATE CLOUD DEPLOYMENT, BY GEOGRAPHY FOR IAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 123
TABLE 37 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY PUBLIC CLOUD DEPLOYMENT, BY GEOGRAPHY FOR IAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 124
TABLE 38 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY HYBRID CLOUD DEPLOYMENT, BY GEOGRAPHY FOR IAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 125
TABLE 39 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY GEOGRAPHY FOR PAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2013–2018 ($MILLION) 127
TABLE 40 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY END USERS FOR PAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 128
TABLE 41 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY DEPLOYMENT FOR PAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 129
TABLE 42 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY PRIVATE CLOUD DEPLOYMENT, BY GEOGRAPHY FOR PAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 130

TABLE 43 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY PUBLIC CLOUD DEPLOYMENT, BY GEOGRAPHY FOR PAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 131
TABLE 44 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET: REVENUE FORECAST,
BY HYBRID CLOUD DEPLOYMENT, BY GEOGRAPHY FOR PAAS MARKET SEGMENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 132
TABLE 45 NORTH AMERICAN CLOUD COMPUTING HEALTHCARE MARKET,
BY PRICING MODEL, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 135
TABLE 46 PAY-AS-YOU-GO MODEL HEALTHCARE MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 137
TABLE 47 SPOT PRICING MODEL HEALTHCARE MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 139
TABLE 48 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET,
BY COMPONENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 143
TABLE 49 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING SOFTWARE MARKET REVENUE, BY DEPLOYMENT MODE, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 146
TABLE 50 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING SOFTWARE MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 147
TABLE 51 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING HARDWARE MARKET, BY DEPLOYMENT MODE, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 150
TABLE 52 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING HARDWARE MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 151
TABLE 53 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICES MARKET, BY DEPLOYMENT MODE, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 155
TABLE 54 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICES MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 156
TABLE 55 HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS CLASSIFICATION 160

TABLE 56 NORTH AMERICAN SAAS MARKET REVENUE, BY PROVIDER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 161
TABLE 57 NORTH AMERICAN PROVIDER SAAS MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 162
TABLE 58 NORTH AMERICAN IAAS MARKET REVENUE, BY PROVIDER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 163
TABLE 59 NORTH AMERICAN PROVIDER IAAS MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 164
TABLE 60 NORTH AMERICAN PAAS MARKET REVENUE, BY PROVIDER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 165
TABLE 61 NORTH AMERICAN PROVIDER PAAS MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 166
TABLE 62 NORTH AMERICAN SMALL PROVIDER SAAS MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 167
TABLE 63 NORTH AMERICAN SMALL PROVIDER IAAS MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 168
TABLE 64 NORTH AMERICAN SMALL PROVIDER PAAS MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 169
TABLE 65 NORTH AMERICAN MEDIUM PROVIDER SAAS MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 171
TABLE 66 NORTH AMERICAN MEDIUM PROVIDER IAAS MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 172
TABLE 67 NORTH AMERICAN MEDIUM PROVIDER PAAS MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 173
TABLE 68 NORTH AMERICAN LARGE PROVIDER SAAS MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 175
TABLE 69 NORTH AMERICAN LARGE PROVIDER IAAS MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 176
TABLE 70 NORTH AMERICAN LARGE PROVIDER PAAS MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 177
TABLE 71 HEALTHCARE PAYERS CLASSIFICATION 179
TABLE 72 NORTH AMERICAN SAAS MARKET REVENUE, BY PAYER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 180

TABLE 73 NORTH AMERICAN SAAS PAYER MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 181
TABLE 74 NORTH AMERICAN IAAS MARKET REVENUE, BY PAYER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 182
TABLE 75 NORTH AMERICAN IAAS PAYER MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 183
TABLE 76 NORTH AMERICAN PAAS MARKET REVENUE, BY PAYER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 184
TABLE 77 NORTH AMERICAN PAAS PAYER MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 185
TABLE 78 NORTH AMERICAN SAAS SMALL PAYER MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 186
TABLE 79 NORTH AMERICAN IAAS SMALL PAYER MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 187
TABLE 80 NORTH AMERICAN PAAS SMALL PAYER MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 188
TABLE 81 NORTH AMERICAN SAAS MEDIUM PAYER MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 190
TABLE 82 NORTH AMERICAN IAAS MEDIUM PAYER MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 191
TABLE 83 NORTH AMERICAN PAAS MEDIUM PAYER MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 192
TABLE 84 NORTH AMERICAN SAAS LARGE PAYER MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 194
TABLE 85 NORTH AMERICAN IAAS LARGE PAYER MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 195
TABLE 86 NORTH AMERICAN PAAS LARGE PAYER MARKET REVENUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 196
TABLE 87 HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS CLASSIFICATION BASED ON BED CAPACITY 198
TABLE 88 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE SAAS CLOUD SERVICES MARKET VOLUME, 2011–2018 (UNITS) 199
TABLE 89 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE IAAS CLOUD SERVICES MARKET VOLUME, 2011–2018 (UNITS) 200

TABLE 90 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE PAAS CLOUD SERVICES MARKET VOLUME, 2011–2018 (UNITS) 201
TABLE 91 INDICATIVE LIST OF CLOUD COMPUTING DEPLOYMENT IN HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS (2010–JANUARY 2014) 202
TABLE 92 HEALTHCARE PAYERS CLASSIFICATION BASED ON REVENUE ($MILLION) 208
TABLE 93 INDICATIVE LIST OF CLOUD COMPUTING DEPLOYMENT IN HEALTHCARE PAYERS (2010–JANUARY 2014) 208
TABLE 94 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 213
TABLE 95 U.S. HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET, BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 219
TABLE 96 U.S. HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET, BY CIS,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 220
TABLE 97 U.S. HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET, BY NCIS,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 221
TABLE 98 U.S. CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET, BY DEPLOYMENT,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 222
TABLE 99 U.S. HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET,
BY PRICING MODEL, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 223
TABLE 100 U.S. HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET, BY SERVICE,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 224
TABLE 101 U.S. MARKET FOR SAAS, BY END USER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 225
TABLE 102 U.S. MARKET FOR SAAS, BY PROVIDER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 225
TABLE 103 U.S. MARKET FOR SAAS, BY PAYER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 226
TABLE 104 U.S. MARKET FOR IAAS, BY END USER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 227
TABLE 105 U.S. MARKET FOR IAAS, BY PROVIDER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 227
TABLE 106 U.S. MARKET FOR IAAS, BY PAYER, 2011 – 2018 ($MILLION) 228
TABLE 107 U.S. MARKET FOR PAAS, BY END USER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 229
TABLE 108 U.S. MARKET FOR PAAS, BY PROVIDER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 229
TABLE 109 U.S. MARKET FOR PAAS, BY PAYER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 230

TABLE 110 U.S. HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET BY COMPONENT,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 231
TABLE 111 CANADA HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET, BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 232
TABLE 112 CANADA HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET, BY CIS,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 233
TABLE 113 CANADA HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET, BY NCIS,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 234
TABLE 114 CANADA CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET, BY DEPLOYMENT,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 235
TABLE 115 CANADA HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET, BY PRICING MODEL, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 236
TABLE 116 CANADA HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET, BY SERVICE, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 237
TABLE 117 CANADA MARKET FOR SAAS, BY END USER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 238
TABLE 118 CANADA MARKET FOR SAAS, BY PROVIDER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 238
TABLE 119 CANADA MARKET FOR SAAS, BY PAYER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 239
TABLE 120 CANADA MARKET FOR IAAS, BY END USER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 240
TABLE 121 CANADA MARKET FOR IAAS, BY PROVIDER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 240
TABLE 122 CANADA MARKET FOR IAAS, BY PAYER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 241
TABLE 123 CANADA MARKET FOR PAAS, BY END USER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 242
TABLE 124 CANADA MARKET FOR PAAS, BY PROVIDER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 242
TABLE 125 CANADA MARKET FOR PAAS, BY PAYER, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 243
TABLE 126 CANADA HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET,
BY COMPONENT, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 244
TABLE 127 CLIENT ACQUISITIONS, 2010–2014 248
TABLE 128 AGREEMENTS, PARTNERSHIPS, COLLABORATIONS, AND ALLIANCES, 2010–2014 251
TABLE 129 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCHES, 2010–2014 254
TABLE 130 ACQUISITIONS, 2010–2014 256
TABLE 131 OTHER STRATEGIES, 2010–2014 259

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY STEPS 30
FIGURE 2 SAMPLING FRAME: PRIMARY RESEARCH 33
FIGURE 3 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY 34
FIGURE 4 MARKET FORECAST METHODOLOGY 36
FIGURE 5 DATA TRIANGULATION METHODOLOGY 37
FIGURE 6 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 42
FIGURE 7 TRADITIONAL ECOSYSTEM VS THE CLOUD ECOSYSTEM IN HEALTHCARE 49
FIGURE 8 CLOUD COMPUTING HEALTHCARE MARKET SEGMENTATION 50
FIGURE 9 CLOUD COMPUTING HEALTHCARE MARKET: DRIVERS & RESTRAINTS 51
FIGURE 10 FLOW OF A PHARMACY INFORMATION SYSTEM 77
FIGURE 11 CLOUD COMPUTING ARCHITECTURE, BY DEPLOYMENT MODELS 96
FIGURE 12 SOFTWARE MARKET SEGMENTATION BY APPLICATION 144
FIGURE 13 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING HARDWARE MARKET SEGMENTATION 149
FIGURE 14 HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICES MARKET SEGMENTATION 153
FIGURE 15 NORTH AMERICAN HEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET SEGMENTATION, BY END USER 159
FIGURE 16 MARKET REVENUE FOR CLOUD COMPUTING AMONGST SMALL-SIZED HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS 160
FIGURE 17 MARKET REVENUE FOR CLOUD COMPUTING AMONGST MEDIUM-SIZED HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS 170
FIGURE 18 MARKET REVENUE FOR CLOUD COMPUTING AMONGST LARGE-SIZED HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS 174

FIGURE 19 MARKET REVENUE FOR CLOUD COMPUTING AMONGST SMALL-SIZED HEALTHCARE PAYERS 179
FIGURE 20 MARKET REVENUE FOR CLOUD COMPUTING AMONGST MEDIUM-SIZED HEALTHCARE PAYERS 189
FIGURE 21 MARKET REVENUE FOR CLOUD COMPUTING AMONGST LARGE-SIZED HEALTHCARE PAYERS 193
FIGURE 22 CLOUD COMPUTING ADOPTION TREND AMONGST HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS 197
FIGURE 23 MARKET VOLUME OF CLOUD COMPUTING AMONGST HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS 198
FIGURE 24 ADOPTION OF CLOUD COMPUTING FOR SMALL, MEDIUM, AND LARGE PROVIDERS, (2011–JANUARY 2014) 207
FIGURE 25 MOST ACTIVE COMPANIES PROVIDING CLOUD SERVICES TO HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS (2010–JANUARY 2014) 207
FIGURE 26 KEY GROWTH STRATEGIES, 2010–2014 245
FIGURE 27 CLIENT ACQUISITIONS, BY COMPANY, 2010–2014 247
FIGURE 28 AGREEMENTS, PARTNERSHIPS, COLLABORATIONS, AND ALLIANCES,
BY COMPANY, 2010–2014 250
FIGURE 29 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCHES, BY COMPANY, 2010–2014 253
FIGURE 30 ACQUSITIONS, BY COMPANY, 2010–2014 256
FIGURE 31 OTHER STRATEGIES, BY COMPANY, 2010–2014 259
FIGURE 32 ATHENAHEALTH, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE ($MILLION)
AND R&D INTENSITY (%), 2010–2012 262
FIGURE 33 ATHENAHEALTH, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENTS,
2012 ($MILLION) 262
FIGURE 34 CISCO: TOTAL REVENUE ($MILLION) AND R&D INTENSITY (%),
2011–2013 284

FIGURE 35 CISCO: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT, 2013 ($MILLION) 284
FIGURE 36 CISCO: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 ($MILLION) 285
FIGURE 37 DELL, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE ($MILLION) AND R&D INTENSITY (%), 2010–2012 298
FIGURE 38 DELL, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT, 2012 ($MILLION) 299
FIGURE 39 DELL, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 ($MILLION) 299
FIGURE 40 EMC CORP.: TOTAL REVENUE ($MILLION) AND R&D INTENSITY (%), 2010–2012 305
FIGURE 41 EMC CORP.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT, 2012 ($MILLION) 305
FIGURE 42 EMC CORP.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 ($MILLION) 306
FIGURE 43 HEWLETT-PACKARD CO.: TOTAL REVENUE ($MILLION)
AND R&D INTENSITY (%), 2010–2012 313
FIGURE 44 HEWLETT-PACKARD CO.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT,
2012 ($MILLION) 314
FIGURE 45 HEWLETT-PACKARD CO.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012 ($MILLION) 314
FIGURE 46 IBM: TOTAL REVENUE ($MILLION) AND R&D INTENSITY (%),
2010–2012 318
FIGURE 47 IBM: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT, 2012 ($MILLION) 318
FIGURE 48 IBM: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 ($MILLION) 319
FIGURE 49 IRON MOUNTAIN, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE ($MILLION),
2010–2012 323
FIGURE 50 IRON MOUNTAIN, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT,
2012 ($MILLION) 323
FIGURE 51 IRON MOUNTAIN, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012 ($MILLION) 324
FIGURE 52 MERGE HEALTHCARE, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE ($MILLION)
AND R&D INTENSITY (%), 2010–2012 327
FIGURE 53 MERGE HEALTHCARE, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT,
2012 ($MILLION) 327
FIGURE 54 MERGE HEALTHCARE, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012 ($MILLION) 328

FIGURE 55 MICROSOFT CORP.: TOTAL REVENUE ($MILLION)
AND R&D INTENSITY (%), 2010–2012 332
FIGURE 56 MICROSOFT CORP.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT, 2012 ($MILLION) 332
FIGURE 57 MICROSOFT CORP.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012 ($MILLION) 333
FIGURE 58 ORACLE CORP.: TOTAL REVENUE ($MILLION) AND R&D INTENSITY (%), 2010–2012 338
FIGURE 59 ORACLE CORP.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT, 2012 ($MILLION) 339
FIGURE 60 ORACLE CORP.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 ($MILLION) 339
FIGURE 61 VMWARE, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE ($MILLION) AND R&D INTENSITY (%), 2010–2012 348
FIGURE 62 VMWARE, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT ($MILLION), 2012 349
FIGURE 63 VMWARE, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 ($MILLION) 349

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