Becker's Healthcare January 12, 2021
Laura Dyrda

Big tech companies launched several partnerships last year with providers of healthcare-specific products.

Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Apple all played a role in the pandemic response while forwarding their strategies in digital health. Here are 20 moves they made in 2020.


1. Amazon is rumored to be making plans to expand the Amazon Care program, which launched in September 2019, to other large employers. Amazon Care was initially available to just Amazon employees in Seattle and then expanded to all Amazon employees in Washington state. The program provides telemedicine and in-person primary healthcare services.

2. On Dec. 8, Amazon Web Services launched a new service for healthcare and life sciences organizations that aggregates information into a data lake and...

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