Interoperability. AI. Machine Learning. FHIR. How can medical groups — and all of healthcare — benefit from everything that cloud computing has to offer?

We’ll share what we’ve learned and how we’re using deep cloud capabilities to solve our clients biggest challenges at Google Cloud Next ‘19, April 9-11 in San Francisco. We’ll also share some exciting news as part of our alliance with Google Cloud to help the industry accelerate interoperability.


CareCloud CTO Josh Siegel will be part of two sessions that are a can’t miss for anyone integrating with physician practice clinical and administrative technology.

Wednesday, April 10 — 12:35 – 1:25 p.m.

Extracting Value With a Cloud Clinical Data Warehouse

Clinical data comes in several modalities and it’s usually messy! Mapping clinical concepts across multiple ontologies, harmonizing lab results, keeping track of the missing data, and all while your source schemas, your target schema, and the vocabularies for mapping are changing underneath you is a complex juggling act. Find out how to make sense of your electronic medical record (EMR) data sources, and mash it with your imaging archive or biomedical data. This session will discuss clinical ETL, ontology management, clinical analytics schemas, and how Cloud can help you extract more value from the data.

Marianne Slight, Google Cloud Health Product Manager, moderates this panel discussion with CareCloud CTO, Josh Siegel and Greg Klebanov, Odysseus Data Services.

Thursday, April 11 — 11:00 — 11:45 a.m.

Google Partners Programming Track: Unlocking the value of healthcare data with Google Cloud

Healthcare and Life Sciences companies from around the world are adopting Google Cloud to enable new models for understanding disease progression, accelerating the development of life-saving therapies and devices, streamlining the continuum of care, and most importantly, improving patient outcomes. In this session, you’ll hear from our Healthcare team & partners on how customers are unlocking the power of data to tackle some of healthcare’s biggest challenges.

The session will be led by Google Cloud’s Amy Waldron and include a panel of Google Cloud Technology Partners Program companies.


CareCloud will be part of the Google Cloud Patient Experience demo in the Google Expo. Here we’ll showcase our ability to integrate G Suite tools with its platform, specifically demonstrating the use of Google Meet to enable telehealth visits via CareCloud’s Breeze Mobile Patient Engagement Application.


In September 2018, we announced our participation in the  Google Cloud technology partner program. Through this relationship, we are accelerating the continued expansion of our platform with a focus on interoperability, leveraging Google Cloud’s Healthcare APITo learn more about our platform and see a list of current CareCloud Connect Program integration partners, visit: Developers interested in digging into the CareCloud platform APIs may do so at

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