Azure Health Data Services: Unifying Data with AI in the Cloud


Microsoft is building the future humanity has dreamed about. Healthcare, being a pillar today, has always been one of our top priorities. Recognized by Forbes, Microsoft is pioneering the redefinition of personalized care while propelling the digital transformation forward. That’s why a new Microsoft multichannel platform as a service (PaaS) will be unifying health data. Azure Health Data Services will be able to combine cellular assay data, pathology data, molecular imaging, genomics, handwritten, voice, and text derived notes. 

This asset will help healthcare staff to work, discover, and process information without burnout and data overload. With Azure Health Data Services, the health industry will be gaining a better perspective. Thus, they will be able to focus on patients, research, or trials. Designed for Protected Health Information (PHI), it is aimed to work with data simultaneously, analytically, and in the cloud. Powered with Artificial Intelligence (AI), brings a new perspective based on the standards of Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR)® and Digital Imaging Communications in Medicine (DICOM).

Azure Health Data Service Example

Let’s imagine the following case: 

 “I want to see all data regarding prescription drugs and medical devices in a connected address, with all CT scans and radiology reports for any patient over 45 years old, diagnosed with osteosarcoma in the last two years.”

With the technology formerly used, this request will take valuable time and resources, since the scan will have to go through different databases, languages, and locations. With Azure Health Data Service, this type of inquiry can be answered within minutes, in a fast and effective way, with the power of AI and the Cloud.

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Benefits of Azure Health Data Service

  • Streamline health workloads
  • Gain insights from PHI data in real time
  • Build on a trusted cloud for healthcare
  • Decentralize clinical trials with remote monitoring
  • Process imaging data quickly


Team Venti as your Azure Managed Service provider

Health providers should be able to focus entirely on their occupation, without any worries, and with tools that will save time and lives.

Team Venti’s Microsoft Azure Managed Services can bring significant value to your organization by leveraging our experience in designing, implementing, and optimizing solutions on the Microsoft Azure Cloud platform. Here’s how we can help:

  • Azure Cloud Strategy and Planning: Consultants develop tailored cloud strategies aligned with business goals, helping identify suitable workloads for Azure migration and infrastructure optimization.
  • Azure Architecture and Design: They design scalable, secure, and cost-effective cloud architectures, selecting the right Azure services and ensuring high availability.
  • Azure Migration and Deployment: Consultants guide smooth migrations of applications and data to Azure, minimizing disruption and handling data transfer, reconfiguration, and testing.
  • Azure Application Development: Assistance in building cloud-native applications, leveraging Azure’s services and offering guidance on PaaS, serverless computing, and containers.
  • Azure Security and Compliance: Implementing best practices for securing Azure environments, managing identities, encrypting data, and ensuring regulatory compliance.
  • Azure Cost Optimization: Optimizing costs by selecting the right Azure resources, setting up monitoring, and cost management tools.
  • Azure Performance Optimization: Fine-tuning Azure setups for optimal performance through techniques like load balancing, caching, and database optimization.
  • Azure Troubleshooting and Support: Offering timely support to address issues and minimize downtime in Azure setups.
  • Continuous Improvement: Helping organizations stay updated with the latest Azure services, suggesting improvements and optimizations to align with evolving business needs.


Having on your organization’s side an Azure Managed Service provider can be a valuable asset in guiding your organization through the process of adopting and optimizing cloud solutions on the Azure platform, ultimately helping you drive innovation, improve efficiency, and achieve your business objectives.

Let us help your institution to adapt Azure Health Data Service, to help your clinicians and patients. Book a meeting with one of our experts today.

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