Custom Healthcare Cloud Solutions

Healthcare cloud solutions are healthcare software solutions hosted in the cloud and accessed through the internet. The biggest advantage of such types of software is that they need not be installed on devices maintained on premises and can be accessed remotely. This removes the need for organizations to establish and maintain a dedicated IT infrastructure for their digital activities. In doing so, healthcare cloud services help reduce operational costs and simplify the adoption of various technologies in healthcare.   

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Cloud-Powered Healthcare Solutions

OSP Labs cloud-driven healthcare engineering focuses on today’s pain points and tomorrow’s solutions for healthcare organizations. Our skilled cloud experts develop advanced custom healthcare software products in the cloud through robust domain capabilities and sustenance engineering support.

  • Our team has unique skills in cloud-driven healthcare engineering and implementing your current systems to cloud services like Amazon Web Services, Google’s Compute platform, and Microsoft Azure.
  • We help healthcare organizations to automate cloud security frameworks and advanced solutions for stringent HIPAA-compliance reporting and achieve daily continuous deployments on the cloud.
  • We also offer innovative integration services, leveraging the cloud APIs of these platforms to connect interoperable systems and achieve automation.
  • We collaborate with the customers on either an onsite/offsite or advanced combination models. Our skilled cloud engineers are experts in optimizing your implementation, improving your reliability, scalability, and data security.

mHealth apps are the best alternative to deliver, access, and communicate health information. The advanced cloud framework aids to relieve modern mobile devices from executing huge multimedia and security algorithms. In  result, the devices run smoothly.

  • OSP Labs professional cloud experts are proficient in building Cloud mHealth Apps using the cloud Computing protocol management model.
  • Our cloud-based mhealth apps can extend their abilities beyond the existing mobile device limitations to perform multimedia and security operations in the cloud.
  • We can create cloud-based mhealth apps with extensive functionality for interfaces, appointment scheduling, patient medical records, messaging, medical billing systems, population health management and more.
  • Our experts can build tailored cross-platform mHealth applications in the cloud with iOS and Android compatibility and advanced functionality for the development of new modules and integration to the 3rd party systems.
  • We provide HIPAA-compliant and integrated mHealth apps development that support multiple concurrent interfaces and have a massive library of modules to choose from.

OSP Labs is renowned for offering the cutting-edge HIPAA-compliant cloud support to healthcare organizations adhere to the HIPAA Security rules to assure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of individuals’ electronic protected health information (e-PHI).

  • We are an IT Company that specializes in data migration, storage, backup and disaster recovery, and security allows covered entities to migrate data to E-PHI’s, meet compliance policies, have a secure network and to manage all processes and systems.
  • We ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of all e-PHI they create, receive, maintain or transmit.
  • Our cloud specialists identify and protect against potentially anticipated threats to the security or integrity of the critical healthcare data.
  • With bespoke risk mitigation for cloud solutions, we try to ensure security solutions are being continually improved and updated and are reasonable and actionable.

Cloud computing has a novel solution for maintaining the large numbers of healthcare legacy applications which have become obsolete. Since cloud computing offers agility, scalability, and flexibility, legacy software applications could be deployed, developed, and scaled swiftly and efficiently on the cloud.

  • OSP Labs provides a fully managed service to move your legacy softwares, databases, data to the cloud, utilizing best quality proprietary as well as non-proprietary technologies.
  • A smartly designed legacy data migration strategy simplifies the process of migration of the legacy application data to the cloud, overcome common legacy data vulnerabilities and retain only the essential data.
  • Map out the vital security and compliance scenarios and verify whether the new cloud environment will meet these scenarios.
  • We follow the lift and shift method and incremental data migration. With detailed analysis of the possible data migration scenarios for the applications, we assess its feasibility during the cutover time window.

Fragmented IT systems and silos of healthcare data are the primary challenges hindering healthcare interoperability. Healthcare cloud computing plays a vital role in rapidly integrating healthcare systems from diverse segments in healthcare domain.

  • To simply the fundamental healthcare technology challenges, our cloud specialists provide custom cloud computing development solutions. These solutions include building cloud-based architectures, databases, networks, platforms, servers, and applications.
  • At OSP Labs, we skilfully programme SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, DBaaS, and other cloud platform programming according to Cloud Data Management Interface (CDMI) standards.
  • Building on-demand scaling abilities in the healthcare systems and boosting organizational agility is possible with cloud computing.
  • Leveraging our healthcare cloud computing solutions can streamline data integration and visualization, faster deployments of healthcare analytics and eliminate the need for high upfront investments in hardware and software.

Healthcare data analytics solutions are continually driving the transformation of the healthcare domain. Cloud-based healthcare data analytics can streamline the voluminous and complex healthcare data growing exponentially.

  • From textual patient data to, image and video; healthcare data is varied and complicated. Cloud computing enables all healthcare data analytics operations through the provision of massive storage and processing capability which aids telehealth solutions.
  • Cloud-based data analytics platforms for the more effectual collection, storage, clinical decision support, and management of these large volumes of data are needed.
  • Our cloud-driven healthcare data analytics solutions facilitate the sharing of and access to healthcare data from various geographic locations.
  • Cloud-powered healthcare analytics solutions enhance interoperability and integration by eliminating data fragmentation, data duplication, and format incompatibility between systems.

OSP Labs healthcare cloud automation and management solutions make cloud readily available to any healthcare organization, regardless of their unique requirements and process complexity. Simplified management and constant monitoring of cloud application functionalities are paramount to maintain the continuity of health care deliverance.

  • Our cloud automation solutions are focused on self-provisioning to provide to enable everyone in the healthcare organization to benefit from the cloud.
  • Our cloud experts can provide self-healing cloud solutions which have the potential to identify non-compliant resources, quarantine and heal them back into compliance immediately.
  • Identifying multiple application challenges which if removed can bring down the expences along with recommending the alternative architecture for application configuration.
  • OSP Labs cloud maintenance solutions ensure security assurance by efficiently tracking and managing firewall rules, users, sets, keys and other crucial aspects of system infrastructure security.
  • Our highly simplified cloud management includes implementation of best security practices, evaluations, and audits to detect architecture or code level vulnerabilities.
  • We provide cloud application bottlenecks and alternative architecture solution for application failure identification.


A particular healthcare organization might grow in size and face evolving IT requirements. OSP can create healthcare cloud solutions to offer simple, hassle-free scalability at minimal cost when the need arises. Moreover, the increased IT capacity can be down-scaled when the requirement has been fulfilled. This flexibility to meet evolving requirements will make our health cloud solutions immensely advantageous for small, cash-strapped organizations that need to prioritize optimization and efficiency above all others.

Confidential business and health information of a medical organization stored on a cloud has a better level of security than if it were to be stored on-premises. Cloud storage offers restricted data access, so only authorized persons can access the required information. This reduces the chances of data leaks through human errors and cyberattacks. In other words, the healthcare cloud solutions we can build promise better data security.

Since authorized people can access the healthcare cloud with only a device and an internet connection, there is a seamless collaboration and exchange among providers. This is enormously beneficial for multiple doctors of varying specializations to cooperate and channel their efforts to care for patients. As a result, there is a significant improvement in the management of diseases, leading to better clinical outcomes for the patients.

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Healthcare Cloud Solutions Development Services


Development of Cloud Solutions for Healthcare Management

  • Design and development of cloud-based EHR software for hospitals and clinics
  • Development of practice management software with cloud access
  • Inclusion of features like physician scheduling, inventory management, and others within the cloud healthcare solutions
  • Reporting and analytics functions to help facilitate efficient administration
  • Functions for managing appointments, billing, coding, and claims

Healthcare Cloud Services to Assist Organizations with Migrating to the Cloud

  • Assessment of digital assets, including data and workflows
  • Formulation of a roadmap to facilitate cloud migration without disruption in everyday operations
  • Moving operational and clinical data to the cloud and creating backups
  • Development of access controls in the cloud medical software to ensure data privacy and integrity
  • Inclusion of audit trails to prevent unauthorized access

Custom Healthcare Cloud Services For Hospitals

  • Design of cloud-based IT assets based on custom requirements
  • Development of database, networks, servers, and so on.
  • Migration of select assets to the cloud
  • Cloud integration of systems through custom APIs
  • Cloud medical software for administrative operations at healthcare organizations

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Frequently Asked Questions

The cloud stores all healthcare organizations’ clinical and operational data on remote servers accessed through the internet. As a result, the staff at a hospital or clinic can use cloud-based Software for their day-to-day operations without the Software having to be installed on computers kept on-premises. This eliminates the need for hospitals to invest in expensive hardware and supporting IT infrastructure, as the backend for the Software would be hosted on remote servers.  

This cloud application would enable hospitals and clinics to use the latest applications without worrying about storing any data on-site. The data stored can be accessed securely by authorized personnel, and its backup can be created easily. The adoption of cloud technologies in healthcare is seen as a growing necessity in the face of increasing technology penetration.

Reduced Cost of Data Storage: Hospitals won’t need to invest in dedicated hardware or supporting IT infrastructure if they opt for cloud-based applications. The data will be stored and processed remotely and accessed over the internet through secure portals.  

Business Continuity: In the vent of natural disasters or technical failures, the operational data would remain safely on remote servers unharmed. Moreover, regulations stipulate the requirement of backups and redundancies of this data, ensuring business continuity in unforeseen disasters.   

Improved Physician Collaboration: The cloud offers a centralized data repository that can be accessed securely from anywhere. This enables multiple physicians to view that data simultaneously and collaborate better on patient care.  

Scalability: The cloud storage available can be scaled up or down depending on the requirement. Scaling up or down is achievable in the cloud without any investment in physical hardware and at a lowered cost.  

Streamlined Integration: A cloud-based EHR software makes integrating it simpler and more convenient with other healthcare software.   

Improved Data Security: A cloud-based database for healthcare information provides better data security than an on-premises database. It features a wide range of security measures and also prevents data leakage.  

Hospitals usually use the Software as a service (SaaS) service model. In this, there is readily-usable Software for use in day-to-day operations. The advantage of the SaaS model is that the Software doesn’t need to be installed on computers kept on-premises at the hospital. Instead, it is hosted from the cloud, where the authorized hospital staff access it using secure credentials. Additionally, the data and the backends associated with this Software are all managed by the cloud software vendor, eliminating the need for hospitals to invest in additional IT infrastructure.   

Some of the commonly used cloud-based Software used at hospitals could include –     

  1. Cloud-based EHR   
  2. Telehealth platform  
  3. Medical coding and billing software  
  4. Appointment Management  
  5. Hospital management  

Cloud computing in healthcare is the practice of using remote servers that are accessed over the internet. The data on operation, clinical care, and others are stored on these servers and accessed remotely using secure portals and login credentials. In addition to storing patient and operational data, the cloud services also process and manage the data. Data processing reveals vital insights that help clinicians make informed decisions.  

Cloud technologies enable healthcare organizations to use and operate Software that need not be stored on-premises. The software applications, and all the data generated by their usage, are safely stored on remote servers. The authorized staff can access this data securely through portals using login credentials.   

The types of healthcare software facilitated by cloud computing include electronic medical records, patient portals, data analytics, clinical management, billing and coding, and so forth. Healthcare organizations can use cloud-based Software for these purposes without installing any on computers, or servers kept on premises.  

The different models of cloud computing in healthcare are –   

  • Distribution Model  
  • Deployment Model  

These are further subdivided as follows –   

Distribution models –   

  1. Software-as-a-Service (SaaS): SaaS offers Software accessed over the internet and not managed by the healthcare organization. The vendor manages it. This removes the burden of maintaining the application as the service providers dodo.  
  2. Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS): IaaS provides a means of obtaining computing capabilities like storage, processing, networking, and servers on an ad hoc basis. The organization availing of IaaS needs to pay only for what they use.   
  3. Platform-as-a-Service (SaaS): PaaS offers a cloud-based ecosystem for users to build and deliver software applications without needing a dedicated IDE (Integrated Development Environment). 

Deployment Model –   

  1. Public Cloud: This is open for everyone to access. As a result, it is less secure and used to provide cloud infrastructure services to the general population.  
  2. Private Cloud: It is used for a single customer and is inaccessible to outsiders. Only the people within an organization or a group can access this.  
  3. Hybrid Cloud: It is a mix of public and private clouds. It allows customers to host a software application safely and privately through a proprietary software layer. In short, it combines the advantages of a public and private cloud.  
  4. Community Cloud: This allows cloud infrastructure and services to be shared among organizations. 

Cloud computing provides the following advantages for hospitals –   

  1. Cost: Cloud computing offers a subscription model for using computing capabilities like data storage, processing, networks, etc. So, hospitals using cloud computing can avoid spending on conventional IT infrastructure.  
  2. Data Security: Cloud services make it easier to ensure the safety, privacy, and integrity of sensitive medical information. By implementing access controls, audit trails, and comprehensive digital security, cloud services can better help hospitals comply with regulations like HIPAA.  
  3. Flexibility: The cloud offers the option of increasing or decreasing the number of computing abilities as per necessity. In other words, a hospital using cloud computing services can avail of more storage and processing or reduce existing storage and processing capabilities without any hardware investment.   
  4. Better Patient Engagement: A cloud-based application allows clinicians to provide patients with round-the-clock access to their medical information. This boosts doctor-patient engagement and empowers patients to participate in their care better.    
  5. Adoption of Novel Technologies: Artificial intelligence and machine learning growth has transformed industries. Cloud computing services enable hospitals to adopt such technologies seamlessly without too much additional investment.  

Cloud computing in healthcare uses remote servers through the internet for storing, managing, and processing medical data. The use of cloud technology services by organizations in the healthcare industry can be termed healthcare cloud computing.  

Cloud computing has many applications in healthcare –   

Healthcare information systems  

Cloud-based healthcare information systems (HIS) enable medical organizations to streamline and consolidate operational data management. This facilitates efficiency in operations, patient care improvement, better human resources management, greater transparency, and better compliance.  

Practice Management  

Providers can use cloud-based applications to manage their practice more efficiently without investing too much in expensive hardware and IT capabilities.  

Drug Discovery  

Cloud computing has helped to optimize the process of drug discovery significantly. Cloud services help researchers process large amounts of data and sift through numerous chemical structures to arrive at a desirable combination for an effective drug.  

Data Analytics  

When healthcare organizations can maintain all of their operational and clinical data on a single repository, it helps assess the data better. This assessment reveals important insights that help both clinicians, as well as medical executives make informed decisions.  

Patient Data  

A cloud-based software for patients’ medical records streamlines the management and access to patients’ clinical information. Having stored on a cloud, multiple providers can access the records simultaneously and better collaborate their efforts. As a result, there is a greater impact on integrated care.  

Hospitals use cloud-based software applications to run their day-to-day operations. This includes appointment management, insurance verification, patient admissions, care management, tests, scans, inventory management, human resources management, billing, claims, and so forth. Hospitals can use cloud-based applications for all of these activities.  

Using cloud-hosted Software facilitates seamless access to required data by authorized personnel only. This prevents investing in physical servers, storage, and IT infrastructure. This way, hospitals reduce their overhead, optimize their operations, and better serve their stakeholders. 

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