Maximus and Amazon Web Services are working to help federal health agencies leverage the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to address the needs of citizens and support other missions under a strategic partnership.
As an AWS Alliance Partner, Maximus could help health agencies advance their digital modernization plans by providing capabilities and services across the areas of cloud migration, data analytics, cybersecurity and data management, according to an article published Friday on Maximus’ website.
AI and ML tools could help revolutionize health care, and agencies need industry partners that could provide technology capabilities that could facilitate the adoption of such tools as well as offer cloud platforms that prioritize data security, management and compliance.
According to the article, Maximus’ Digital Experience Hub helps agencies respond to large volumes of citizen service requests through web-based content management and patient self-service options while leveraging AWS platforms for mobile-responsive web services and mobile applications.
“In delivering modernized AWS cloud architectures, Maximus experts enable agencies to better maintain new technology, achieve continuous authorization to operate, and update applications and services quickly as organization and customer needs evolve,” the article reads.