CloudMine Cited As An Enterprise Health Cloud Leader By Independent Research Firm

July 26, 2017

Philadelphia, PA, July 26, 2017CloudMine, a secure, cloud-based platform that helps healthcare and pharmaceutical organizations build connected digital health applications, has been cited as a leader in The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Health Clouds, Q3 2017. The report was released today by Forrester Research, Inc., a leading global research and advisory firm, to help healthcare CIOs objectively evaluate enterprise health clouds.

Vendors were evaluated on 37 criteria, grouped into current offering, market presence, and strategy. Ten vendors were evaluated, each one providing: easy integration with major EHR providers; the ability for enterprises to develop a 360-degree view of their patients; advanced analytics capabilities, including patient analytics; SDK and API inclusion; data governance and access management; and HIPAA compliance in handling PHI. CloudMine was one of five vendors cited as a leader.

CloudMine asserts that healthcare-specific clouds, including its Connected Health Cloud, provide an advanced level of customization. Its platform was designed not just for healthcare’s unique needs and regulations, but to be tailored to customers’ individual priorities.

“CloudMine is pleased and honored to be recognized by Forrester as a leader in the rapidly emerging Enterprise Health Cloud category,” said CloudMine CEO Steve Wray. “CloudMine brings a unique roadmap and vision specifically designed to accelerate how our Connected Health Cloud can positively impact patients, providers and commercial stakeholders. We believe that recognition in this Wave report is validating as we continue to strive towards this goal.”

One of the report’s key takeaways was that “the enterprise health cloud market is growing in large part due to healthcare CIOs increasingly realizing that digital transformation is necessary to advance efforts to better engage patients.” Due to regulatory requirements, healthcare organizations currently lag behind other industries in adoption of digital technologies and engagement tools.

“We believe that increased recognition of enterprise health clouds, such as in independent research reports, speaks to an increased sense of urgency in the healthcare organizations migrating to the cloud,” said Wray.

Through planned additions to its capabilities and integrated partner ecosystem, CloudMine will continue working to support customers' desire to create the next generation of digital healthcare. To learn more about CloudMine, visit www.cloudmineinc.com.

About CloudMine

CloudMine is the leading HIPAA-compliant Enterprise Health Cloud platform. CloudMine empowers healthcare organizations to rapidly and confidently develop connected digital health experiences by reducing complexity, enabling data mobility, and ensuring compliance. Recognized by industry analysts for their vision, collaboration, and ability to scale, CloudMine is partnering with a diverse portfolio of customers, such as the American Heart Association and Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, to successfully address many of the biggest challenges in the digital transformation of healthcare. For patients, providers, clinical investigators and digital innovators, connected healthcare is better healthcare. For more information, visit www.cloudmineinc.com, call (855) 662-7722, or follow @cloudmineinc on Twitter.