Cloud Service

Integrated Health Ventures provide hybrid cloud services based on several factors that align with their customers or care providers specific needs, regulatory requirements, and business case and objectives.

Here’s why healthcare organizations typically take into account when selecting IHV’s operating hybrid cloud services:

Compliance and Security: Healthcare providers deal with sensitive patient data, and compliance with regulations such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is paramount. IHV’s operating partner’s hybrid cloud platform allows organizations to keep sensitive data on-premises while utilizing the cloud for less sensitive applications, providing a balance between data security and operational efficiency.

Scalability and Flexibility: Our hybrid cloud platform offer scalability by allowing healthcare providers to scale their IT infrastructure seamlessly. This is crucial for accommodating the growing volume of healthcare data and adapting to ever evolving demands.

Cost Efficiency: IHV’s carefully recommended hybrid cloud models provide cost flexibility by allowing organizations across the healthcare ecosystems to utilize on-premises infrastructure for critical and sensitive applications while leveraging the cloud for less critical workloads. This can help manage costs more effectively and optimize resource utilization.

Data Redundancy and Disaster Recovery: Healthcare providers globally demand robust data redundancy and disaster recovery capabilities. Our operating hybrid cloud solutions enable organizations manage their critical data while utilizing the cloud for backup and disaster recovery purposes.

Interoperability: Today, healthcare systems are embarking on digital transformation which often consist of diverse applications and platforms. Our hybrid cloud solutions can facilitate interoperability by allowing seamless communication between what is on-premises and cloud-based applications.

Performance and Latency: Some healthcare applications, especially those dealing with real-time patient data, may require low latency and high performance. Our hybrid cloud architectures can be highly polarized and designed to ensure that critical applications run on-premises while less critical workloads leverage the cloud.

Data Analytics and Processing: Our hybrid cloud services can be used to offload resource-intensive tasks, such as data analytics and processing, to the cloud. This allows healthcare providers to efficiently analyze large datasets without straining their on-premises infrastructure.

Integration with Existing Systems: Healthcare organizations may have existing on-premises systems and infrastructure. IHV’s operating businesses ability to integrate a hybrid cloud solution seamlessly with these existing systems is a key value proposition.

Regulatory Compliance: Apart from general data protection regulations, healthcare providers today will mostly need to comply with industry-specific regulations. The chosen hybrid cloud solution that the company offers usually supports compliance and adherence with these regulations.


In summary, healthcare providers choose highly customized, cost effective hybrid cloud services by carefully evaluating their unique needs, considering the sensitivity of healthcare data, and balancing the advantages of the cloud with the security and control of on-premises infrastructure. IHV’s businesses conducts a thorough assessment and work with experienced teams to ensure a successful implementation.