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Cloud computing has become a major driver for innovation in this technological age. All sectors around the world have increasingly moved towards cloud adoption including the healthcare sector. However, cloud computing projects with other IT projects come with their own set of risks that could be costly for organizations if they materialized. This study aims to provide an understanding of the risks of cloud computing projects in healthcare by using a systematic literature review augmented by the constant comparison method.63 articles from five major databases written from the year 2010 to 2022 were reviewed as they are related to cloud computing projects. More specifically, this study shows 198 unique indicators that were categorized into risks, threats, vulnerabilities, probabilities, consequences, and control procedure categories which then were classified into 13 distinct risk classes that can be found in such projects.