Health and human service agencies are increasingly focusing on digital transformation. This has been driven by the growing emphasis on improving health equity and whole-person care, with agencies actively working toward addressing the root causes of poor outcomes by understanding social vulnerabilities. This requires investment in “data readiness”: cloud-based technology solutions that enable these agencies to break down long-standing data silos and gain actionable insights.
Innovaccer and AWS are working with health and human service agencies to create an interoperable data ecosystem that promotes a data-driven culture. Earlier this year, AWS released a paper on "Medicaid Modularity" which addresses the changing needs of states, in moving from large-scale independent systems to more connected and streamlined IT systems. Innovaccer is at the forefront of thought leadership, helping health and human service agencies create a data fabric to drive innovation in the way health is incentivized, measured, and delivered.
Join the panelists, Paul Grundy, MD, Chief Transformation Officer at Innovaccer; Mary-Sara Jones, Principal Business Development Manager, Health and Human Services, Amazon Web Services; and Brandon Greife, Senior Director of Government Health at Innovaccer, as they discuss the advantages and challenges for states moving toward cloud-based healthcare infrastructures.