Tasmania streamlines COVID-19 vaccine access with Oracle Cloud.
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“There has been a massive shift. Data is now central to all our new programs, and data governance is at the heart of everything we do.”
Head of Information Services, NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA)
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“This is an immensely exciting and potentially ground-breaking initiative for recording information on all disease vaccinations and treatments in African nations.”
Executive Chairman of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change and former Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Sasha Banks-Louie, Brand Journalist, Oracle
As more clinicians look to remote rather than onsite care for their patients, having the right information to help prescribe patient-specific treatments has remained a perplexing problem. Learn how one startup pulls disparate data into one health record and uses machine learning analysis and cloud computing on that data.Read the complete post
University of California, Davis, researchers are using Oracle Cloud to create computer simulations of the human heart and predict arrhythmias.
Cloud technology makes it easier to manage public health programs, such as electronic health records for vaccination programs.