Mytonomy Selected to Participate in AWS Healthcare Accelerator: Global Cohort for Workforce


Mytonomy Extends Focus on Patient Education and Engagement, Expanding the Cloud for Healthcare Solution to Help Engage and Retain Healthcare Workforce

Mytonomy will be expanding its award-winning education and engagement offering to advance solutions for addressing urgent challenges facing our country’s healthcare workforce. The announcement came during the ViVE healthcare conference in Nashville.

In addition, Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) has selected Mytonomy to participate in the AWS Healthcare Accelerator: Global Cohort for Workforce, a four-week technical, business, and mentorship program for startups seeking to use AWS to improve healthcare workforce training, retention, and deployment.

The AWS Healthcare Accelerator curriculum provides opportunities such as hands-on AWS Cloud and technical training, mentorship from healthcare experts, and exposure to AWS customers and members of the AWS Partner Network. This opportunity will support Mytonomy’s efforts to extend its Cloud for Healthcare solution for nurse training, engagement and retention on AWS. The Accelerator will culminate with a Demo Day where Mytonomy’s Cloud for Healthcare may be showcased to key stakeholders in the healthcare industry in order to drive partnership and customer growth.

Healthcare workforce shortages are at crisis levels, driven by burnout, shrinking budgets, and the aftermath of a worldwide pandemic. As a result, patients may go untreated or experience delays in care, and healthcare workers need support now more than ever.

Mytonomy’s award-winning education and engagement platform is built on AWS, and along with its clinical film studio, Mytonomy plans to offer this digital-forward and consumer-centric solution to help healthcare organizations tackle the urgent challenges their workforces face.

“We are honored to have been selected to participate in the AWS Healthcare Accelerator and look forward to working closely with AWS to gain valuable advice and insight on deepening our use of AWS capabilities for expansion and scale,” said Anjali Kataria, Mytonomy CEO and Cofounder.

“Healthcare workforce issues are an urgent problem that Mytonomy Cloud for Healthcare is well suited to address. By leveraging the power of content streaming and sophisticated education and engagement capabilities, Mytonomy can help our healthcare workforce automate while retaining a human touch.” Kataria added, “Specifically, we will help providers onboard and retain new nursing staff, save clinicians time, and improve quality and safety for patients—while delivering a better overall experience to our healthcare workforce.”

“Solutions to help clinicians as well as other office and technical staff in healthcare are needed urgently and globally,” said Dr. Rowland Illing, Chief Medical Officer and Director of International Public Sector Health at AWS. “We know that advancing cloud- and technology-enabled approaches can alleviate some of the burden, and we’re proud to be convening standout startups and healthcare leaders in this first-ever global Accelerator to do that.”