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Lingkiswaran Devadass
Sugalia Santhira Sekaran
Rajermani Thinakaran


cloud computing, e-healthcare, healthcare.


Information Technology (IT) has modernizedhealthcare sector via the newest development. Cloud computing in healthcare is budding and charming as crucial methodologies by most of the stakeholders.  It has the special ability to offer infinite capacity and power of process in the e-healthcare sector.This leads computer to be used efficiently and exclusively by the sharing of resources in healthcare. This paper provide a review of some proposed cloud based e-healthcare architectures edge along with issues inbothtechnologies and the crucial reasons of enhancingforward to a cloud based e-healthcare especially in Malaysia.

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