Dell and Microsoft together introduce private clouds services for physicians and hospitals to organize and access medical data and manage information in a simpler way. Dell, The Texas-based Company reveals their services at the 2011 Health care IT Conference and Exhibition in Orlando. The services are focused more on patient rather than the managing information. The new cloud services are transformed with a revamped business strategy to enter into the health care sector. The IT application in the health care services shares information stored in electronic health records and picture archiving and communications systems. This efficient organization has hired 300 clinicians, doctors and nurses to assess and provide a framework to the business services. Dell collaborates with Microsoft to start up with a subscription based analytics service. The two services Microsoft’s Amalga, a health intelligence platform, with Dell’s cloud infrastructure and expertise in informatics, analytics and consulting will be merged. The system tracks and evaluates compliance against quality measures throughout a patient’s hospital stay. These credential services provides quality care information and manages servers with less cost, high reliability, and maximum reimbursement.