Amazon Web Services

AWS Launches Machine Learning Service to Mine Patient Data

November 28, 2018 - Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched this week its Amazon Comprehend Medical machine learning service that enables healthcare professionals and developers to mine unstructured medical text and patient data, such as diagnosis, treatments, dosages, symptoms, and other signs of disease. The new service helps healthcare professionals improve clinical decision support, streamline...

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AWS Expands HIPAA Eligible Machine Learning Services

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the expansion of its machine learning services to healthcare organizations. Amazon Translate, Amazon Comprehend, and Amazon Transcribe are now HIPAA compliant. Healthcare professionals can now take...

ClearDATA Achieves AWS Premier Consulting Partner Status

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

ClearDATA announced its new Premier Consulting Partner status in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN).  This status is granted because of the expertise ClearDATA has demonstrated working with AWS. “We have made...

ClearDATA Achieves Amazon Web Services DevOps Competency Status

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

ClearDATA announced its achievement of Amazon Web Services (AWS) DevOps Competency status. This designation indicates that payers and providers can use ClearDATA to integrate into onto the cloud with automated safeguards and configuration...

Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Others Boosting Healthcare IT Role

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

The announcement made earlier this week by Amazon, Google, Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, and Salesforce is the latest in a string of announcements and initiatives bringing tech giants into a more prominent role in health IT. A letter released...

ClearDATA Expands HITRUST Coverage for Google, Amazon, Microsoft

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

ClearDATA announced its HITRUST Common Security Framework (CFS) Version 9.1 for its mulitcloud solutions including Amazon (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. The expanded CSF 9.1 covers 36 privacy and security regulations...

Google, Microsoft, Apple Invest in Health Network Infrastructure

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

The healthcare industry is in the midst of a digital transformation and the tech giants want in. As companies such as Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon make strides in the healthcare industry, it’s more important than ever for...


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