Jeff Kratz, vice president of worldwide public sector channels and alliances at Amazon Web Services (AWS), has attended 11 re:Invent conferences and continues to be awestruck by the innovative ideas and value that AWS Partners bring to customers. For those who were unable to attend or watch virtually, Jeff summarizes some of re:Invent 2023’s key partner highlights in this blog post.
The 12th annual Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent conference debuted Innovation Talks—deep dives hosted by AWS thought leaders. Dave Levy, vice president of AWS worldwide public sector, delivered his talk, “Empowering citizens through digital innovation,” on Monday, November 27. Read this blog post to learn more about some of the public sector organizations using the AWS Cloud to improve people’s lives and the world.
Each year, Amazon Web Services (AWS) awards IMAGINE Grants to nonprofit organizations using cloud technology to drive mission-critical impact for their beneficiaries. Learn more about the IMAGINE Grant program and this year’s winners, who were announced today at our re:Invent 2023 conference.
Through the work of Covered California, the state’s health insurance marketplace, the percentage of uninsured Californians is at a record-low 6.5 percent. Read this blog post to learn how Covered California achieved increased insurance coverage statewide through its innovative use of Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Icometrix is a healthcare technology company that supports neurologists in making the correct diagnosis and prognosis for several brain diseases. Hundreds of clinical practices employ icometrix’s artificial intelligence (AI) imaging solutions, powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), to aid in detecting and treating diseases such as multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer’s.
On November 27, the Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent conference returns to Las Vegas, Nevada for our twelfth year of learning with cloud enthusiasts from around the world. To make the most of your experience, we’ve put together this guide to some of the public sector sessions and activities at re:Invent.
During and after the COVID-19 pandemic, health agencies stood up new solutions, augmented their epidemiologic data with other data sources, or looked to their local Health information Exchange (HIE) for support. In this blog post, we highlight four states where innovative HIEs are using Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help public health agencies overcome their data challenges.
As the amount of health data increases, different healthcare, life sciences, population health, and public health organizations are working to modernize their data infrastructure, unify their data, and innovate faster with technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML). In this blog post, we dive deep on architecture guidance that enables healthcare providers to improve patient care.
Healthcare organizations across the nation are working to address clinician burnout and are more constrained than ever. That’s why Netsmart, an industry leader in electronic health records for human services and post-acute care, and Amazon Web Services joined forces to advance artificial intelligence for community-based care providers, through the development of an AI Data Lab. By combining the scale and power of AWS with the Netsmart CareFabric® platform, Netsmart is driving intelligent automation, generative AI, predictive analytics, natural language processing and risk models to improve care delivery and outcomes for community-based care providers.
The advent of cloud technology, coupled with advances in fields like epidemiology, genomics, and data analytics, has led to transformational change in how we use data in health. These developments enable a data-driven approach in individual care, public health, and health-related research.