Join Amazon Web Services for their Journey to the Cloud webinar

Join Amazon Web Services for their Journey to the Cloud webinar

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In Ontario, Canada, Grand River Hospital (GRH) leveraged the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud to embark on their cloud transformation. They built a data lake to house the hospital’s sensitive patient and administrative data. As a result, the hospital scaled by integrating additional data sources and enabling new reporting capabilities while retiring its legacy hospital information systems.

Join this webinar to hear from Young Lee, vice president of planning, transformation, and innovation, and Imran Hussain, manager of information technology and infrastructure. Learn about Grand River Hospital’s cloud adoption journey, including strategy and migration. Hear lessons learned for similar health care and life sciences organizations that are looking to move data to the AWS Cloud from a traditional on-premises setup.

What you’ll learn about

  • Cost effective storage of data from retiring corporate and clinical systems
  • Ease of management and access to data from new and existing live applications
  • Enhanced reporting and analytics tools and capabilities


Young Lee

Vice President, Planning, Transformation, and Innovation
Grand River Hospital

Imran Hussain

Integrated Manager, Information Technology and Infrastructure
Grand River Hospital

Neil McFarlane

Senior Solutions Architect, Healthcare & Life Sciences
Amazon Web Services

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