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In this News Desk interview, Acceleration Economy VP and Principal Analyst Aaron Back welcomes Joe Miles, Managing Director of Healthcare at Google Cloud, for a discussion on healthcare industry cloud solutions.
00:01 — Aaron introduces Google Cloud’s Joe Miles, who details his role with the company and history in the cloud industry.
01:50 — Healthcare and life science industries have undergone immense change since the onset of Covid-19. Innovation is a part of Google Cloud’s DNA. Miles’ team aims to improve people’s lives by making healthcare data more accessible, secure, and useful.
03:25 — Data in healthcare serves a real-world, life-saving purpose. It’s critical for data to be fully interoperable to give healthcare providers a comprehensive view of their patients.
06:16 — Sustainability initiatives to reduce water consumption and carbon footprints require greater access to ESG data and performance metrics.
07:50 — The IU health team used the Google Cloud healthcare data solution to create a “vulnerability index” to give doctors a full picture of risk factors for their patients.
09:58 — Some providers still have blind spots, even in the age of telehealth. Access to broadband in some geographic regions can be difficult.
11:03 — How prepared are Google Cloud customers to handle cyber threats? Cloud vendors’ experience in leveraging security technologies builds trust among partners. Customers own their own data and control access to it.
13:10 — Miles addresses encrypted data and data sovereignty.
15:40 — Co-innovation requires vision and execution. Visions are achieved through incremental improvements. Miles explains the advantages of being under the Alphabet umbrella.
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