Posted On: Jul 15, 2021

Healthcare and life science organizations are undergoing transformation from bench-top to the point of care — reinventing how they collaborate, make data-driven clinical and operational decisions, enable precision medicine, accelerate therapy development, and decrease the cost of care. Industry leaders like Wellforce, Rush Medical Center, GRAIL, Moderna, and Genomics England use the AWS Cloud to support critical functions in health, while adhering to global compliance requirements.

To make digital transformation more accessible to organizations of all sizes and levels of technical expertise, we’re excited to introduce AWS for Health, an offering of AWS services and AWS Partner Network solutions used by thousands of healthcare and life sciences customers globally. AWS for Health provides proven and easily accessible capabilities to help organizations increase the pace of innovation, unlock the potential of health data, and develop more personalized approaches to therapeutic development and care. AWS for Health aligns purpose-built services and hundreds of AWS Partner solutions across 16 critical solution areas in Healthcare, Biopharma, and Genomics. It also includes the newly announced general availability of Amazon HealthLake, a HIPAA-eligible service for healthcare and life sciences organizations to ingest, store, query, and analyze their health data at scale, adding it to a growing portfolio of health-specific services such as Amazon Comprehend Medical and Amazon Transcribe Medical.

With AWS for Health, industry customers can more easily identify the right cloud technology to accelerate their digital transformation and reach their business initiatives faster. AWS for Health also brings dedicated AWS health industry experts and AWS Professional Services teams, as well as AWS Partners across each solution area — including industry leaders like Cerner, Change Healthcare, Deloitte, Philips, Illumina, and DNAnexus.

For more information about the AWS for Health initiative visit the blog.

Learn about AWS services, solutions, and partners for health by visiting the AWS Healthcare & Life Sciences page.