InterSystems Announces Health Data Platform on AWS Marketplace

InterSystems Announces Health Data Platform on AWS Marketplace - top government contractors - best government contracting event

InterSystems is offering its health data platform on the Amazon Web Services marketplace, providing simplified access to users across health care and life science industries.

The company said Tuesday its IRIS for Health platform works to help users develop and execute health care applications via machine learning, clinical information systems and high-performance computing.

The platform leverages analytical and transaction functions that are applicable to all kinds of data and allows for protected medical data access.

"Applications in healthcare are evolving at a rapid rate, thanks to massive data demands and the accessibility and scale of the cloud," said Carlos Nogueria, IRIS general manager at InterSystems.

IRIS' availability on AWS' marketplace provides organizations with more immediate accessibility to the platform.

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