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How to Monitor, Alert and Remediate Non-Compliant HIPAA Findings on AWS

How to Monitor, Alert and Remediate Non-Compliant HIPAA Findings on AWS

On the journey to the Cloud, it’s essential to maintain the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance for Healthcare organizations. However, your IT security team may lack insights on the HIPAA compliance status in your Amazon Web Services (AWS) accounts. They may not be certain how to efficiently identify non-compliant configurations and settings. […]

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Creating an Interoperable Clinical Voice Application with AWS

Creating an Interoperable Clinical Voice Application with AWS

In this blog we will highlight a presentation we gave at re:Invent 2021: Creating interoperable real-time clinical applications.  We will demonstrate how to create a clinical voice driven application using Amazon HealthLake to store data in Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) R4. Amazon HealthLake is a HIPAA-eligible service offering healthcare and life sciences companies a […]

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Executive Conversations: Expanding Access to Digital Therapeutics with Omada Health

Bill Dougherty and Lucia Savage, Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Privacy and Regulatory Officer of Omada Health, join Lita Sands, Head of Global Life Sciences Solutions at Amazon Web Services (AWS) to discuss how digital health has changed in recent years and where it is headed in the future. Omada Health, a San Francisco-based […]

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Whitepaper: Navigating Regulatory and Compliance Requirements for HCLS on AWS

Whitepaper: Navigating Regulatory and Compliance Requirements for HCLS on AWS

For customers, and partners, it can be a struggle to understand the complexities of regulatory and compliance requirements. To understand what Amazon Web Services (AWS) is doing to support these requirements in the cloud, there is a new whitepaper that can be a great starting point for your cloud compliance journey. Navigating Regulatory and Compliance […]

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Executive Conversations: Proactive Cybersecurity in Healthcare with Shawn Henry, President of CrowdStrike Services

Shawn Henry, President of CrowdStrike Services and Chief Security Officer of CrowdStrike, joins Phoebe Yang, General Manager of Public Sector Healthcare at Amazon Web Services (AWS) to discuss the past, present, and future of cybersecurity in the healthcare industry and society at large, with a focus on how cloud technology can help organizations preempt attacks. […]

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Industry Insights: Personalized healthcare depends upon robust cybersecurity

This Industry Insights post is one in a series from AWS thought leaders in healthcare, life sciences, and genomics- exploring the impact of technological innovation and cloud computing in their industries The conference season is in full swing and finally in person again, after more than two years of virtual events due to COVID-19. As […]

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Improving Patient Engagement in clinical trials using voice and chat with AWS

Life sciences companies are rethinking patient engagement and legacy workflow processes in clinical trials due to low enrollment numbers and concerns around data quality. Voice and Chatbot solutions like Alexa and Amazon Lex, a fully managed conversational artificial intelligence (AI) service, can improve patient experience and increase patient engagement. An estimated 48% of clinical trials […]

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Fully automated CI/CD pipelines for deploying and managing Magma on AWS

Introduction Magma is an open-source, flexible, and extendable mobile core network solution. It is designed to be 3GPP generation and access network agnostic. Magma supports many radio technologies, such as LTE, 5G, and WiFi, and it enables use cases like mobile private networks, fixed wireless access, or mobile edge computing. It is governed by the […]

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Healthcare Transparency in Coverage Rule (TCR) – Cost-effectively Hosting Machine-Readable Files On AWS

by Umair Khalid, Dana Bullukian, Gokhul Srinivasan, Keith Wood, and Suresh Patnam | on | in Healthcare | Permalink |  Share

The Transparency in Coverage Rule (TCR) in the United States requires health insurers (payors) disclose information on their pricing agreements with healthcare providers. There are two phases to this regulation: The implementation of Phase 1, which must be complete by July 1, 2022, requires that payors publish machine-readable files (JSON, XML, or Parquet) publicly for each […]

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Digitizing paper intake forms to deliver accurate, structured patient data

Even in this digital age, when healthcare systems are building out digital front doors, many providers require patients to fill out paper forms or questionnaires in writing at the time of their appointment. Additionally, patients bring pre-filled paper forms containing text from another provider which require processing. Back-office staff are expected to read the forms […]

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