SoftServe receives AWS Healthcare Competency status for its innovative healthcare solutions

SoftServe has achieved AWS Healthcare Competency status. This designation recognizes SoftServe for providing deep expertise in building solutions for healthcare payers and providers that securely store, process, transmit, and analyze clinical information.

SoftServe joins a select group of AWS Partner Network (APN) members to have achieved the AWS Healthcare Competency status.

“The AWS Healthcare Competency designation demonstrates SoftServe’s ability to accelerate transformation efforts and address healthcare’s unique business challenges and guide our customers to achieve measurable business outcomes with their data,” said Adam Gabrault, EVP of Client Success, Healthcare & Life Sciences at SoftServe.

“With over 27 years of healthcare domain experience, and by leveraging the agility and breadth of services of AWS we can optimize costs, increase productivity, and ensure patient and administrative data is secure across the entire healthcare ecosystem.”

Achieving AWS Healthcare Competency status differentiates SoftServe as an AWS Partner that has demonstrated relevant technical proficiency and proven customer success, delivering solutions seamlessly on AWS.

To receive the designation, AWS Partners must have significant AWS expertise and deliver solutions seamlessly on AWS. AWS enables scalable, flexible, and cost-effective solutions from startups to global enterprises.

To support the seamless integration and deployment of these solutions, AWS established the AWS Competency Program to help customers identify AWS Partners with deep industry experience and expertise.

MEDHOST is a provider of market-leading enterprise, departmental and healthcare engagement solutions to more than 1,100 healthcare facilities. SoftServe helped MEDHOST develop an online personal health record solution aimed at automating and simplifying patient and provider-related tasks and communications.

This solution provides patients and their caregivers with online access to personal health records and related tools for easier and faster interaction with healthcare providers.

“Having a modern cloud platform for healthcare involves multiple technology skill sets, understanding customer workflow, understanding AWS technologies, and an understanding of DevOps tool sets,” said Pandian Velayutham, Director of Engineering at MEDHOST.

“MEDHOST and SoftServe’s partnership helped us to overcome these challenges in modernizing our platform.”

SoftServe empowers healthcare and life science organizations to drive innovation and organizational value through effective strategies and customized solutions based on specific goals and priorities, patients’ needs, expectations, and technology capabilities.




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