Webinar: “Storing, Protecting and Optimizing Healthcare Data”

According to a recent market intelligence report by California-based BIS Research, the global big data in healthcare market is expected to swell to almost $70 billion by 2025 – up from an estimated $14.25 billion in 2017. This is being driven by the growing adoption of cloud storage and analytics, large-scale government initiatives to promote data-driven innovation, and other key factors.

Exciting, often game-changing new tech is appearing all the time, and patients now have access to a wide range of diagnostic and treatment options. Big healthcare data has the potential to improve patient outcomes dramatically, and can help providers gain incredible insights, lower the overall cost of care delivery, and as a total result improve patients’ quality of life.

Data is at the heart of helping physicians, researchers, and scientists execute on the critical mission of taking medicine into the future. However, as is clear to Canadian healthcare experts, a change in strategy is needed.

On November 21st, join AWS Global Technical Leader for Healthcare and Life Sciences Patrick Combes for “Storing, Protecting and Optimizing Healthcare Data.” In this hour-long session, the following topics will be up for discussion:

  • Analytics to enable population health needs and revenue lifecycle management
  • Data archiving (hot and cold) for compliance
  • Backup and Disaster Recovery (DR)
  • Storage of scanned medical records and images; management of internal/external sharing
  • Employing data lifecycle management (storage cost optimization)

Register now for “Storing, Protecting and Optimizing Healthcare Data”

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