Fierce Biotech July 20, 2021
Kyle LaHucik

In the massive healthcare cloud services arena, Amazon Web Services has arrived. Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure were waiting for the e-commerce behemoth to join.

Healthcare is typically a slow mover in technology adoption when compared to other industries. AWS’s work in the education field, for example, with AWS Educate, launched in 2015. 

Last week, AWS for Health was unveiled, albeit the cloud services platform is being used by “thousands of healthcare and life sciences customers globally,” already. Moderna is likely the most high-profile, having used various AWS services to support its drug development, including a COVID-19 vaccine.

Last April, Google Cloud opened its healthcare application programming interface (API) to the public a few years after its initial unveiling. 

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