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Cloud Computing in Healthcare Thesis Brainstorming

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#1 truetaurus


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Posted 08 March 2013 - 07:10 PM

I am in the process of trying to figure out what I could focus my masters thesis in. I would prefer to do something related to Cloud Computing in Healthcare (however if you have other ideas for a thesis title, I am all open).

Cloud computing in healthcare is a broad topic so I really need to narrow it down to something that I could research and write about. So any help brainstorming a thesis title would be appreciated.

So far I have thought along the lines of interoperability, or patient analysis. But in terms of an exact focus, i have not really come up with anything.

Some titles I have come up with (but not sure what i could research more into):

> Hospital departments interoperability using heathcare.
> The impacts of cloud computing in healthcare.
> The difficulties of integrating cloud computing in healthcare.
> Security concerns with patient information in "the cloud"

Would appreciate a few more ideas for titles or flesh some out.

Thank you.

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Posted 11 March 2013 - 11:30 PM

Unless the department you're in is very different from the ones I'm familiar with, you really need to change your method of coming up with a thesis.


First, identify your area or areas  of interest.

Second, research the area or areas you're interested in.  What research already exists?  What have they found?

Third, identify an area that needs needs further research

Fourth, consider what the implications of the research results will be


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The title for your thesis will develop as you do your research and writing.

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