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Make the most of AWS re:Invent 2020 – Healthcare Attendee Guide

AWS re:Invent routinely fills several Las Vegas venues with standing-room only crowds, but we are bringing it to you with an all-virtual and free event this year. This year’s conference is gearing up to be our biggest yet and we have an exciting program planned with five keynotes, 18 leadership sessions, and over 500 breakout sessions beginning November 30. See how AWS experts and talented members of the Healthcare industry are using cloud technology to transform their businesses and innovate on the behalf of their customers.

For Healthcare attendees looking to get the most out of their experience, follow these steps:

  • Register for re:Invent.
  • Take a look at all of the Healthcare sessions available, as well as lots of other information and additional activities, in our curated Healthcare Attendee Guide!
  • Check back on this post regularly, as we’ll continually update it to reflect the newest information.

Healthcare at re:Invent 2020

AWS is the trusted technology partner to the global healthcare industry. For over 12 years, AWS has established itself as the most mature, comprehensive, and broadly adopted cloud platform and is trusted by thousands of healthcare customers around the world—including the fastest-growing startups, the largest enterprises, and leading government agencies. The secure and compliant AWS technology enables the highly regulated healthcare industry to improve outcomes and lower costs by providing the tools to unlock the potential of healthcare data, predict healthcare events, and build closer relationships with patients and consumers. The healthcare track at re:Invent 2020 will feature customer-led sessions focused on these each of these critical components, accelerating the transformation of healthcare.

Healthcare sessions

Learn more and bookmark each Healthcare session:

EMB0006: [NEW LAUNCH!] Make sense of health data with Amazon HealthLake
Come learn how to use prebuilt machine learning models to analyze and understand relationships in the data, identify trends, and make predictions, ultimately delivering better care for patients.

HCL201: Healthcare Executive Outlook: Accelerating Transformation
Learn how AWS is working with industry leaders to increase their pace of innovation, unlock the potential of their healthcare data, help predict patient health events, and personalize the healthcare journey for their patients, consumers, and members.

HLC202: Making Healthcare More Personal with MetroPlus Health
Learn how MetroPlus Health leveraged AWS technology to quickly build and deploy an application that personally and proactively reached out to its members during a time of critical need.

HLC203: Securing Personal Health Information and High Risk Data Sets
Learn how Arcadia developed a HITRUST CSF Certified platform by leveraging AWS technology to enable the secure management of data from over 100 million patients.

HLC204: Accelerating the Transition to Virtual Care with AWS
Learn how MedStar Health developed and deployed two call centers in less than week that are supporting more than 3,500 outpatient telehealth sessions a day.

WPS202: Transform research environments with Service Workbench on AWS
Learn how Harvard Medical School is using AWS to procure and deploy domain-specific data, tools, and secure IT environments to accelerate research.

WPS209: Reinventing medical imaging with machine learning on AWS
Learn how Radboud University Medical Center uses AWS to power its machine learning imaging platform with 45,000+ registered researchers and clinicians from all over the world.

WPS211: An introduction to healthcare interoperability and FHIR Works on AWS
Learn about AWS FHIR Works, an open-source project, designed to accelerate the industries use of the interoperability standard, Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR).

WPS304: Achieving healthcare interoperability with FHIR Works on AWS
Learn how Black Pear Software leveraged AWS to build an integration toolkit to help their customers share healthcare data more effectively.

AIM303: Using AI to automate clinical workflows
Learn how healthcare organizations can harness the power of AI and machine learning to automate clinical workflows, digitize medical information, extract and summarize medical information, protect patient data, and more.

AIM310: Intelligent document processing for the insurance industry
In this session, learn how to use Amazon Textract and Amazon Augmented AI in four easy steps to get your automated document processing workflow into production, at scale, featuring Anthem.

Live sessions available on AWS on Air that you won’t want to miss out on!

Industry Live: Healthcare with Sam Coker, WW Tech Lead for Healthcare – Dec 3rd @ 2:00pm PST

Voice of the Customer: Journey to the Cloud with Ron Huxster, VP/CIO of The Canadian Institute of Health Information (CIHI) – Dec 9th @ 12:00pm PST

Voice of the Customer: Epic on AWS with Geoff Brown, CIO of Piedmont Healthcare and Eric Foote, Managing Director at Deloitte – Dec 16th @ 12:00pm PST

Additional session with healthcare content and customer speakers:

LFS201: Life Sciences Industry: Executive outlook

LFS202: AstraZeneca genomics on AWS: From petabytes to new medicines

LFS303: Building patient-centric virtualized trials

INO204: Solving societal challenges with digital innovation on AWS

GPS211: AWS Partners driving innovation amidst COVID-19

MKT206: Simplify healthcare compliance with third-party solutions

ZCW210: Building robots to help hospitals become safer & smarter

Healthcare Attendee Guide

Download the full Healthcare Attendee Guide below to get further information on industry sessions, activities, and “how to re:Invent.”

David Niewolny

David Niewolny

David Niewolny is the Head of Marketing for Healthcare at Amazon Web Services (AWS). Prior to joining AWS, David helped build and lead, healthcare focused businesses within Freescale Semiconductor, NXP, and Real Time Innovations. He is considered an industry authority on the use of new technology in healthcare applications. David holds an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin and a B.S. in Biomedical/Biochemical Engineering from the Iowa State University.