Study: Health data security spending will top $70 billion by 2015

03/29/2012 | Healthcare Informatics online

A report from The Boyd Company projects that spending on health data security will grow from $40 billion this year to $70 billion in 2015, driven in large part by investments in EHRs and efforts to meet federal mandates. The report also notes that escalating costs of data center maintenance are driving health groups to consider locating these facilities in lower-cost cities.

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