Barriers to optimal use of Online Healthcare Apps

08:40 EST 11 Dec 2006 | The Healthcare IT Guy

I’m a big proponent of software as a service (SaaS), application service providers (ASPs), and related “online application” technologies. Online applications make great sense in healthcare because of the network effect: they are inherently collaborative, they are designed for integration, and easy to install and begin using. However, we’ll have to solve the following problems before we can really call online apps a success in healthcare settings: Application availability offline — online apps are great but what happens if there’s downtime?

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