The industry is trying to catch up with the arrival of new technology.

Taas, which is based in Amsterdam, has just launched a cloud platform for hospitals that it says will provide more rapid access to information, medical records and medical records for more patients.

The new platform is the first for hospitals, and will allow them to integrate data into the hospital’s system without having to keep up with constantly changing data demands, Taas CEO Paul van der Meer said.

Taas is the brainchild of van der Mede, who has worked at the company since 2005.

It’s an innovative technology that uses the blockchain to allow data to be shared across the network.

For example, if a hospital wants to share data about a patient with another hospital, for instance, they just share the patient’s data with the hospital, he said.

To be able to share hospital data, Taans data needs to be encrypted with the Taas cloud, meaning it’s never seen by anyone.

It then sends that data over the internet to other Taas clients who then use the encrypted data to analyze the data.

Taans data can be searched on its own or with other Taans clients.

It can also be filtered and sorted by patient’s age, gender, race and other attributes.

It even supports images for the images, so that they can be displayed on the hospital website or on mobile devices.

The Taas platform is just one part of Taas’s growing medical data storage and retrieval infrastructure.

It recently began to support the use of a new platform for patient data called Taas Digital Medical Data, or DMD, which has been in the works for several years.

The platform is designed to provide doctors with a standardized way to access their patient data, including clinical, demographic, clinical prognosis, imaging, and other data.

The company says it’s working on building an industry standard platform for healthcare providers to easily share their data, which could be used by hospitals to create an integrated patient portal.

It also hopes to leverage the Taans platform for medical research.

This article has been updated with additional details.