Big Tech's partnerships with Mount Sinai, Mayo + more

From Geisinger teaming up with Amazon to transition its entire digital portfolio and workflows to Amazon Web Services, to Microsoft aiding Mount Sinai in its cloud migration process, the first half of 2022 has recorded several new partnerships between Big Tech and healthcare providers. 

Here are six healthcare partnerships with tech companies Amazon, Microsoft and Google that Becker's Hospital Review has reported on since Jan. 18. 

  1. On Jan. 18, the Department of Veterans Affairs signed a $13 million deal with Google Cloud to deploy Apigee, its application programming interface management platform. The platform gives developers access to the VA's APIs to develop new tools and services.

  2. On March 1, New York City-based Mount Sinai said that Microsoft would help provide quality assurance during the health system's cloud migration process. 

  3. On March 23, Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic launched a 20-week program in partnership with Google and Epic Systems to get healthcare artificial intelligence startups prepared to enter the market.

  4. In March, Mayo Clinic teamed up with Google to use its artificial intelligence natural language processing tool to better track and analyze language-based information in patients' EHRs.
  5. Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger tapped Amazon as its strategic cloud provider and plans to transition its entire digital portfolio of more than 400 applications and numerous workflows to Amazon Web Services.

  6. Boston-based Tufts Medicine worked with Amazon to move its entire digital healthcare ecosystem, including more than 3 million health accounts, into the Epic EHR using Amazon Web Services.

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