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Covering how health care organizations are using 'cloud computing'

In an age when health care organizations are managing massive amounts of (often sensitive) data, cloud computing can help with storage, analytics and security of that data. Cloud computing is the advanced use of information and communications technology to remotely deliver a range of services including programs, storage, processing and tools. 

Rebecca Vesely provides some background on cloud computing in health care, including what it is, how health care organizations use it, security concerns and what questions reporters should ask about how it's being used.

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