Melbourne, Australia (17 June). SiSU Health Group today announced that it has been selected for a new global program from Amazon Web Services (AWS), supporting organisations that are developing solutions to advance health equity.
Through the program, AWS offers AWS credits and customised technical expertise to selected organisations around the world that want to use AWS services to improve health outcomes and health equity in any of the following areas: 1) increasing access to health services for underserved communities; 2) addressing social determinants of health; and 3) leveraging data to promote more equitable and inclusive systems of care.
The support from AWS will advance SiSU Health’s efforts to deliver population health solutions, with a focus on health prevention and supporting individuals in managing their own health risks and conditions.
Additionally, through our collaboration with AWS, SiSU Health will be a part of the next generation of government and population health platforms underpinned by secure Health cloud stacks.
“AWS believes individual health outcomes should not depend on socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, or neighbourhood, “said Maggie Carter, Global Lead, Social Impact at AWS.
“Cloud technology can be a force multiplier when it comes to addressing the inequities in global health that have been amplified by the pandemic. Through this program, we look forward to helping SiSI Health and other organisations worldwide use AWS to advance health equity and improve health outcomes.”
To learn more about the AWS program, visit https://aws.amazon.com/health/health-equity.
About SiSU Health Group
SiSU Health Group is a digital health technology company with a mission to help people live healthy lives.
More than 1.5 million individuals have completed 4 million health checks on the SiSU Health StationTM, a self-service, Class IIa medical device, manufactured by SiSU Health Group at its Melbourne headquarters.
The company operates in Australia, the UK and Europe partnering with leading retail, corporate, health and insurance partners.