Caduceus Software Systems Corp. Releases Industry Information on the Benefits of Cloud Computing for Healthcare Informatio

BIRMINGHAM, England--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Caduceus Software Systems Corp. (OTCBB: CSOC) (the Company) announces that many of the big technology vendors, such as Microsoft, Google, IBM, and AT&T, are recommending that all Industries move toward cloud technology, and some industries have already decided that that's the direction to take. “For the medical industry it appears that the only question about cloud computing is not if, but when,” states Ken Terry of Fierce Health IT.

The idea of cloud computing is to allow hospitals and clinics to digitize their patients’ records through mass digital production and securely store, process, and maintain data of the patients on secure servers. The information would then be available to patients, doctors, and hospitals to retrieve the data remotely over the internet.

Stephen Herrod of VMware, a big cloud-computing firm, says: “The surging popularity of smart phones, tablets and other hand-held gadgets plus the government push for digitization add up to an unstoppable force that will help firms in the business of electronic health record digitization should be able to overcome all the obstacles. If so, the slow, inefficient health-care industry will enjoy faster transmission and smarter analysis of data, and better diagnoses. Doctors, nurses and, above all, patients, will benefit.”

“It is our goal to update our software in order to be able to keep up with today’s technology and market demands for cloud technology. With our Caduceus MMS Software it is our goal to securely provide billing and the EHRs of the patients to doctors, clinics, and hospitals on a system that is securely hosted in the cloud. Cloud-based EHRs are less expensive and have smaller upfront costs than onsite systems so integrating our software with cloud computing will allow us to be more competitive,” states Derrick Gidden, CEO of Caduceus Software Systems Corp.

Read more: Cloud computing in healthcare: the question is not if, but when - FierceHealthIT

http://www.fiercehealthit.com/story/cloud-computing-healthcare-question-not-if-when/2012-01-09#ixzz1jAwL5WqY

About Us

Caduceus Software Systems Corp. (www.caduceusco.com) is a software company that specializes in developing an all-in-one solution for private practitioners and doctors. We are in the healthcare information management industry. We are headquartered in the United Kingdom, specifically located in the metropolitan city of Birmingham. Our company was created as we saw an urgent need for better patient care throughout the world. General practitioners are using unsophisticated software which acts as a more administrative than acting as a time saving tool. We are called Caduceus, which is the well-known insignia used by medical professionals.

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