Healthcare IT News November 2, 2022
Andrea Fox

Investment in the AI platform on Microsoft Azure could accelerate multimodal data analysis and performance – and ultimately improve patient outcomes.

A new Microsoft partnership aims to enhance data interoperability with artificial intelligence and machine learning, and to drive a global transition to precision medicine.

The multiyear effort will focus on developing and deploying next-generation healthcare tools that equalize data across silos, improve clinical workflows and elevate standards of care, according to the partnership announcement.

WHY IT MATTERS

Multimodal health data sets can be the largest and most complex to structure, analyze and archive. 

The Sophia Genetics’ data display module leverages Microsoft Azure services to provide AI and machine learning capabilities and deliver data curation at scale.

Sophia DDM’s AI and machine...

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Topics: AI (Artificial Intelligence), Big Data, Cloud, Health IT, HIE (Interoperability), Partnerships, Technology, Trends
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