Healthcare IT News September 30, 2021
Mike Miliard

The health system-led data platform will broaden the reach of its pop health analytics projects with Azure-based artificial intelligence and security tools.

On Wednesday, Truveta announced that the provider-led data collaborative has chosen Microsoft Azure as its exclusive cloud platform.

Truveta – whose platform is governed by 17 big-name U.S. health systems, including AdventHealth, Northwell, Novant, Providence and Trinity Health – says the strategic partnership will boost its research efforts with cloud-based analytics tools and artificial intelligence.

With Azure, Truveta’s member providers, representing, they say, more than 15% of all care delivered in 40 states nationwide, will be managing billions of data points, making up what’s being touted as the largest de-identified health data platform in the world – and...

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