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October 18, 2012


Cloud Considerations for Health Care Industry Clients

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Cloud computing and storage are hot topics — not just in terms of how attorneys manage their own client data, but also in terms of how you advise your clients to manage their data.

John Christiansen, Seattle-area health care lawyer and secretary of the WSBA Health Law Section, explores cloud computing considerations for the healthcare industry on the Christiansen IT Law Blog:

I’ve been thinking more deeply about healthcare IT, PHI and the cloud. I now have clients who are are building it in to their processes, and I’ve become convinced me that it’s really the only way to afford the computing resources needed for some truly valuable (not just valuable as in profitable, but treatment-valuable) applications.

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