Hospitals and health systems are increasingly collaborating with major tech companies to drive their digital transformations. Here are nine notable partnerships formed in the recent past:
- NYU Langone Health: In March, they accessed Microsoft’s private instances of GPT-4, a large language model, making them one of the first to have a HIPAA-compliant GPT-4 ecosystem in healthcare.
- Mount Sinai Health System: They transitioned one of the largest production instances of Epic to Microsoft’s cloud, reducing infrastructure costs and speeding up AI integration.
- Providence: Integrated generative AI into MedPearl, their clinician education and referral platform, using a platform from Microsoft and OpenAI.
- St. Luke’s University Health Network: Moved their Epic EHR to the Microsoft Azure cloud with assistance from data security vendor Rubrik.
- Amazon’s One Medical: Opened its first Connecticut location in partnership with Hartford HealthCare.
- Baptist Health: Clinicians are using the Dax app from Microsoft subsidiary Nuance to generate clinical notes and save charting time.
- Sutter Health: Piloting Epic and Microsoft’s generative AI tool that drafts message responses automatically.
- Mayo Clinic and Kaiser Permanente: Teaming up with Google and Microsoft to create a “code of conduct” for AI use in healthcare.
- Duke Health: Entered a five-year partnership with Microsoft to establish the Duke Health AI Innovation Lab and Center of Excellence.