8 hospitals, health systems partnering with Microsoft in 2022

Microsoft has been making headway in the healthcare industry through partnerships with hospitals and health systems.

Here are hospitals and health systems who have announced partnerships or collaborations with the tech giant in 2022: 

  1. Philadelphia-based Jefferson Health is migrating functionality of its Epic EHR system to Microsoft Azure in a bid to secure, improve and optimize IT service delivery.

  2. New York City-based Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is collaborating with Microsoft and other tech companies on a telemedicine platform that has delivered more than 200,000 appointments since launching in August 2021.

  3. NYC Health + Hospitals partnered with Microsoft AI for Health and others Sept. 19 as part of the AI4HealthyCities Health Equity Network, which employs data science techniques to shed light on the main drivers of cardiovascular disease.

  4. Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Novant Health is working with Microsoft to increase health equity.

  5. Duarte, Calif.-based City of Hope is using Microsoft for cloud storage and development.

  6. UPMC in Pittsburgh partnered with Microsoft to modernize and expand its analytics platform.
  7. Renton, Wash.-based Providence Health & Services has partnered with Microsoft to provide a clinical innovation fellowship. The training aims to develop interdisciplinary leaders who will use technology to improve healthcare outcomes.

  8. New York City-based Mount Sinai Health System is transitioning its Epic EHR to Microsoft Azure and will use the cloud service for much of its operations.

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