Welcome to Digital Health Briefing, a new morning email providing the latest news, data, and insight on how digital technology is disrupting the healthcare ecosystem, produced by BI Intelligence.
Have feedback? We’d like to hear from you. Write me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
GOOGLE’S LATEST DIGITAL HEALTH MOVES: At this week’s Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference, Google announced strategic partnerships with a number of IT companies in the healthcare space. The partnerships each leverage the firm’s cloud computing platform, Google Cloud, to give medical providers access to improved radiology workflows, lower costs, and advanced imaging analytics with machine learning.
- Change Healthcare, one of the largest independent healthcare technology companies in the US has formed a partnership with Google Cloud to develop new solutions for the healthcare industry, starting with healthcare imaging. Change will leverage Google Cloud’s machine learning technology to uncover actionable insights for healthcare providers. It will also use the firm’s cloud G Suite to give providers new solutions that connect care teams regardless of their location.
- Nautilus Medical, the medical imaging software company, is releasing an image exchange and patient information storage and distribution system in collaboration with Google Cloud. Nautilus will use Google’s cloud services to advance analytic capabilities and increase security on the company’s image management platform. The partnership is expected to enable Nautilus to deliver its services to more customers, especially underserved professionals that don’t have the budget for more expensive offerings.
- Ambra Health, the medical data and image management cloud company with over 1,000 providers on its network, will offer its Ambra Suite of imaging solutions through Google Cloud. The collaboration gives healthcare providers the ability to gain better insights from health Read More Here