Ihre Suche ergab keine Treffer.
Beachten Sie die folgenden Tipps, um das Gesuchte zu finden:
Build a secure, economical, cloud-computing footprint by migrating key systems of record to the cloud. Develop innovative applications to improve patient outcomes using cloud services and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. Meet HIPAA and other compliance requirements while improving resiliency and cutting costs.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure achieves HITRUST CSF certification.
Get new capabilities faster with Oracle Cloud Applications. Save money and improve performance by moving highly customized on-premises applications to OCI.Explore Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Deploy cost-effective, full-stack replication with data protection similar to on-premises IT systems.Explore Disaster Recovery Options
Migrate your applications without rearchitecting or sacrificing control and visibility. Many third-party applications, such as Epic and Cerner, run seamlessly on OCI with our Oracle Cloud VMware Solution.Explore Oracle Cloud VMware Solution
“Using Oracle Cloud speeds up the process of inference. With feedback in less than 20 seconds, it’s close to real time for patients.”
Reader in Computer Vision, Manchester Metropolitan University
Easily store, manage, and use your data seamlessly with an integrated set of data ingestion, preparation, and ML tools. Build innovative approaches to personalized patient care.Explore Healthcare Analytics and AI
Empower business users and app developers to create new applications—without having to learn complex web technologies. Oracle Application Express provides you with a browser-based environment to easily build applications which look and run great on both desktop and mobile devices.Explore Oracle Application Express
A world leader in patient experience, clinical outcomes, research, and education sought to modernize the use of their Epic and Epic CarePATH data. With an integrated data lake, this organization could expand its post-discharge workflows and provide end-to-end care.Read the complete post
ML and AI could help reduce strokes and heart attacks. But using those tools—only now beginning to be widely applied in healthcare—will take planning, coordination, and education.