Google partners with Change Healthcare to improve medical imaging: 3 highlights

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | November 29, 2017 | Print  |

Google Cloud partnered with various health IT companies to develop products to advance medical imaging.

Here are three highlights:

 

1. In its partnership with Change Healthcare, Google Cloud hopes to integrate the company's artificial intelligence technology with Change Healthcare's imaging expertise to give health providers more "data-driven insights."

 

2. Change Healthcare will also have access to use Google Cloud's G Suite to allow physicians to better share medical images.

 

3. Google is also partnering with Dicom Systems to launch a hybrid cloud vendor archive, de-identification and imaging data supply chain platform. The platform, which will be called the Universal Cloud Archive Adaptor, is designed to streamline the cloud adoption process and enable health systems to more better

store images.

 

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