Use the latest cloud analytics and data science technologies to analyze healthcare data and build new AI applications. Create evidence-based care models and understand how to improve patient experiences and clinician satisfaction. Reduce the cost of care and enhance population health.
Creating human-centric health experiences.
Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse is a cloud data warehouse that eliminates all the complexities of operating a data warehouse and developing data-driven applications—including database management and security.Explore Autonomous Data Warehouse
Store, manage, and use your data easily with a seamlessly integrated set of data ingestion, preparation, and machine learning (ML) tools. Use your insights to develop evidence-based care and precision medicine models.Explore Data Science
Empower executives, analysts, and IT staff to access business intelligence from wherever they are—in the office or at your clinics. Jump-start your analyses with automated data preparation and built-in ML.Explore Analytics
Understand all costs, supplies used, human resources, margins, and benchmarks across an entire episode of care.Explore Profitability and Cost Management
“Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse is easy to access, easy to upload data—no matter what kind of format, structured or unstructured—then visualize the data and manage machine learning.”
Data Scientist, Woolcock Institute of Medical Research
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