Healthcare Cloud Services

Cloud services in healthcare involve designing and developing software solutions that utilize remote servers to store, manage, and assess operational data. In other words, the solution is not installed in devices kept on-premises but hosted in the cloud (remote servers) and accessed through the internet. Cloud healthcare solutions offer a convenient, secure, and inexpensive means of storing large amounts of information in a single repository. Healthcare organizations won’t have to invest in hardware, and relevant IT infrastructure since the storage and processing of data happens on the cloud. Additionally, the cloud also offers scalable storage and IT capabilities.   

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Migrating all of your operational information and processing to the cloud can be challenging since it must be done without disruption. OSP’s suite of cloud computing services in healthcare help organizations in the industry detach from legacy systems and move to the cloud. We analyze the existing IT infrastructure of clients and plan a migration strategy that results in little to no disruption in day-to-day operations.   

Moving to the cloud ultimately results in better healthcare management since all the necessary data for administration can be accessed in a single repository. For healthcare providers running small practices, migration offers variable storage and processing capability, thereby reducing IT overhead. 

The cloud would store important healthcare data, including patient medical records and operational information. So, assessing this information using healthcare analytics solutions becomes convenient since the storage process is streamlined. OSP’s healthcare cloud services can design cutting-edge medical informatics and analytics solutions to help clinicians and administrators obtain actionable insights. These insights can later be used for patient care and optimizing non-clinical operations.  

Our HIPAA-compliant solutions for assessing healthcare data enable physicians to determine who is at greater risk of disease and identify patterns in the spread of infection. Knowing how infections spread during epidemics results in effective population health management measures.  

Electronic health record hosted from the cloud offers a secure means of accessing them for authorized personnel at healthcare organizations. OSP’s suite of healthcare cloud solutions can design and develop a cloud-based EHR or move physical databases to the cloud. We develop custom APIs to enable seamless electronic data exchange among other healthcare solutions, both on-premises and cloud-based, to work together. This level of healthcare interoperability empowers medium-sized clinics and large hospitals to streamline all day-to-day operations.  

Clinicians and administrative staff can access all the data they require securely and experience greater productivity. In addition to optimizing workflows, cloud-based EHR also engenders efficiency in medical records management.   

A hospital would have multiple departments for handling all the workflows. From radiology, and lab testing, to appointments, billing, insurance, and appointments, ensuring all departments work smoothly is no small feat. A healthcare information system (HIS) is a consolidated interface for administrators to aggregate all operational data in real time and support decision-making. At OSP, our experience in healthcare cloud services enables us to build custom cloud-based HIS platforms for streamlining day-to-day operations.  

By leveraging the latest healthcare automation technologies, our medical cloud services minimize manual, repetitive clerical tasks, and physical paperwork. These factors eventually result in fewer errors and impactful decision-making.   

The growing push for value-based care is driven mostly by the growing costs of care. Software for integrated care is one of the most talked about mediums for value-based care where multiple physicians of varying specializations can collaborate for patient care. At OSP, our experience with healthcare cloud services enables us to build bespoke integrated healthcare solutions that allow multiple doctors to coordinate their efforts in delivering the most comprehensive and holistic care. Physicians using it can share insights, exchange notes, update test results, and stay abreast of any developments.  

Our experience delivering cloud computing services in healthcare ensures that our integrated care platform is secure and adheres to HIPAA regulations.  

The medical practice must manage appointments, verify health plans, conduct coding and billing, and manage finances. OSP can build cutting-edge cloud-based practice management solutions to help physicians manage their practices from a single interface. The best about this is that it doesn’t have to be installed on computers kept on-premises and can be accessed from a secure portal. Our decade-long experience in healthcare cloud services has provided insights into what small single-physician practices need.  

Our platform will include features for appointment management, physician notes, medical coding and billing, and so on. A single physician can run his or her practice efficiently and serve patients better.   


Since the organization’s operational and medical data won’t be stored on-premises, there is no chance of unauthorized access. Moreover, audit trails ensure accountability, and access controls enforce an added layer of digital security. These measures ensure that the security and integrity of sensitive data are not compromised. Furthermore, an added benefit of healthcare cloud services is that all the data is stored on a remote server. This ensures business continuity in the event of a hardware failure.

The use of cloud solutions by healthcare organizations eliminates the need to invest in dedicated hardware. Since all the data would be stored and managed remotely, there is no need for physical storage and a backup to be present on the premises. This benefits medium-sized clinics and small practices as they can significantly reduce their overhead, resulting in improved revenue cycles.

Healthcare organizations must often deal with growing data and the means to store them. Investing in new hardware would also require changes to physical infrastructure to accommodate larger database hardware. But migration to the cloud enables organizations to obtain higher storage capacity on an ad-hoc basis without spending on additional hardware. Additionally, cloud storage can be purchased exactly as per requirements and even downsized according to necessity. Such flexibility for storage offers great convenience and cost optimization.

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