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Category: Healthcare

Architecture showing how How fEMR Delivers Cryptographically Secure and Verifiable EMR Medical Data with Amazon QLDB

How fEMR Delivers Cryptographically Secure and Verifiable Medical Data with Amazon QLDB

This post was co-written by Team fEMR’s President & Co-founder, Sarah Draugelis; CTO, Andy Mastie; Core Team Engineer & Fennel Labs Co-founder, Sean Batzel; Patrick Gryczka, AWS Solutions Architect; Mithil Prasad, AWS Senior Customer Solutions Manager. Team fEMR is a non-profit organization that created a free, open-source Electronic Medical Records system for transient medical teams.  […]

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Architecture for a multi-Region setup using a Region and Outpost

Ensure Workload Resiliency and Comply with Data Residency Requirements with AWS Outposts

Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Personal Health Information (PHI) data are critical to the continued operation of healthcare organizations. Disaster recovery (DR) strategies must ensure that healthcare provider workloads with PII and PHI data operate with near-zero data loss recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO). In most cases, an organization would typically […]

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Figure 1. On-premises and AWS queue integration for third-party services using AWS Lambda

Queue Integration with Third-party Services on AWS

Commercial off-the-shelf software and third-party services can present an integration challenge in event-driven workflows when they do not natively support AWS APIs. This is even more impactful when a workflow is subject to unpredicted usage spikes, and you want to increase decoupling and fault tolerance. Given the third-party nature of services, polling an Amazon Simple […]

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Figure 5. Amazon Redshift federated query with Amazon Redshift ML

Address Modernization Tradeoffs with Lake House Architecture

Many organizations are modernizing their applications to reduce costs and become more efficient. They must adapt to modern application requirements that provide 24×7 global access. The ability to scale up or down quickly to meet demand and process a large volume of data is critical. This is challenging while maintaining strict performance and availability. For […]

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Architecture Monthly Magazine: Genomics

The field of genomics has made huge strides in the last 20 years. Genomics organizations and researchers are rising to the many challenges we face today, and seeking improved methods for future needs. Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides an array of services that can help the genomics industry with securely handling and interpreting genomics data, […]

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Figure 1. Architecture for managing, anonymizing, and analyzing medical image data

Using AppStream 2.0 to Deliver PACS and Image Analysis in Clinical Trials

Hospitals and clinical trial sites manage sensitive patient data. They are often required to grant remote access to custom Windows-based applications for patient record review and medical image analysis. This typically requires providing physicians and staff with remote access to on-premises workstations over VPN, with some flavor of remote desktop software. This can be both […]

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Architecture Monthly Magazine - Apr 2021 - Biopharma

Architecture Monthly Magazine: Biopharma

From R&D through commercialization, biopharma organizations are looking to bring advanced and differentiated therapeutics to market faster. For example, the Moderna mRNA vaccine was developed and approved for emergency use in record time compared to past vaccines. AWS is the secure, trusted technology partner to help the highly regulated biopharma industry confidently increase the pace […]

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Store, Protect, Optimize Your Healthcare Data with AWS: Part 1

This blog post was co-authored by Ujjwal Ratan, a senior AI/ML solutions architect on the global life sciences team. Healthcare data is generated at an ever-increasing rate and is predicted to reach 35 zettabytes by 2020. Being able to cost-effectively and securely manage this data whether for patient care, research or legal reasons is increasingly […]

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