Google Cloud teams up with Deloitte, KPMG to launch healthcare interoperability program for providers and payers

FierceHealthcare

Heather Landi

Google Cloud rolled out new tools and services to help providers and payers advance data interoperability in advance of upcoming federal deadlines.

On Monday, the tech giant's cloud division announced a Healthcare Interoperability Readiness Program designed to help healthcare organizations understand the current status of their data and where it resides, map out a path to standardization and integration and make use of data in a secure, reliable, compliant manner.

Google Cloud worked with industry consultants and partners like Bain & Company, Boston Consulting Group, Deloitte, HCL Technologies, KPMG, MavenWave, Pluto7, SADA and 8K Miles to develop the program with tailored services, technologies and strategies, according to Aashima Gupta, global director, healthcare strategy and solutions at Google Cloud and Amit Zavery, vice president, business application platform at Google Cloud, in a blog post published Monday.

The interoperability program also will help healthcare organizations navigate changes and increase

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