Cloud computing is now entering the health and biomedical arena in ways that may re-configure how we think about health care delivery in the coming years. From patient records to biomedical research to insurance claims, data and the ability to manage large amounts of it is a major concern for hospitals, insurers and researchers. Cloud computing offers each of these players a potentially more cost-effective alternative to traditional data storage and management. Electronic medical records are one such solution. Health information exchanges, meanwhile, enable health care providers and practices to integrate those records and enable more coordinated care, should a patient seek medical attention in a different network. Cloud-computing players like Salesforce, Amazon, Dell, IBM and GE currently offer health care solutions in the cloud to address the growing needs of the health sector. Additional companies mentioned in this report include Verizon Business, Google and PracticeFusion. For a full list of companies, and to read the full report, sign up for a free trial.