HealthTech February 23, 2024
Nathan Eddy

Migrating an electronic health record system’s workloads to the cloud can optimize costs and improve reliability, scalability and security.

As the healthcare industry continues to move toward cloud-based services and technology, providers are exploring migrations of their electronic health record applications to public cloud environments, where advantages include lower costs, improved flexibility and integration with new technologies.

Healthcare organizations using the EHR platform Epic can consider migrating to Azure, Microsoft’s cloud infrastructure, for everything from disaster recovery (DR) to a more complete hosting of their Epic production environments.

Given the importance of EHRs to healthcare providers’ overall operational capabilities, drawing on the planning expertise of a partner is critical, says Sam Baker, a business development manager for CDW focusing on...

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