Improve patient and research outcomes with analytics and insights
The evolution of Azure API for FHIR
Quick deployment of managed, enterprise-grade FHIR, DICOM, and MedTech services.
Tools to combine disparate health datasets and standardize data in the cloud.
Connectors to Azure Synapse Analytics, Azure Machine Learning, and Power BI to generate insights from real-world data.
Designed for protected health information (PHI), meeting all regional compliance requirements including HIPAA, GDPR, and CCPA.
Streamline health workloads
Gain insights from PHI data in real time
Build on a trusted cloud for healthcare
Decentralize clinical trials with remote monitoring
Move from reactive to proactive care for better patient outcomes and experiences. Use the MedTech service to ingest high-frequency biometric data from devices, including wearables. Standardize that data into FHIR to view in context with other clinical datasets. Enable remote monitoring of patients with chronic diseases, accelerate decentralized clinical trials, and allow patients access to virtual care.
Process imaging data quickly and at scale
Streamline radiology and digital pathology workflows with DICOM cast technology. Manage, store, query, retrieve, and exchange DICOM files in the cloud. Query metadata across clinical and imaging records to reduce time to diagnosis. Process medical imaging data into research cohorts quickly and at scale.
Comprehensive security and compliance, built in
Microsoft invests more than USD 1 billion annually on cybersecurity research and development.
We employ more than 3,500 security experts who are dedicated to data security and privacy.
Plan ahead with simple, transparent pricing
- No upfront costs or surprises—pay for only what you need.
- Azure Health Data Services pricing is based on structured storage used, provisioned throughput, and service runtime.
- Existing Azure API for FHIR customers can continue using the product without disruption to service or change in pricing structure.
Get started with an Azure free account
Start free. Get USD 200 credit to use within 30 days. While you have your credit, get free amounts of many of our most popular services, plus free amounts of 55+ other services that are always free.
After your credit, move to pay as you go to keep building with the same free services. Pay only if you use more than your free monthly amounts.
After 12 months, you'll keep getting 55+ always-free services—and still pay only for what you use beyond your free monthly amounts.
Trusted by companies of all sizes
Developing advanced predictive models
Data science teams at Humana collaborated with Microsoft to explore developing a system to identify potential gaps in patient care and engage care teams to offer support for high-risk patients.
"Bring trusted health innovation closer to the patient through AI-powered SAS Health solutions on Azure."
Steve Kearney, PharmD, Global Medical Director, SAS
"ZEISS is able to connect our medical technology to Microsoft's cloud enabling improved clinical workflows in a secure environment."
Euan S. Thomson, PhD, President, Ophthalmic Devices and Head of Digital Business, ZEISS Medical Technology
"Without the Azure API for FHIR that Sensoria Health used for the clinician remote monitoring software, we'd be fighting diabetic foot disease with one arm tied behind our backs."
Dr. David Armstrong, Cofounder, Southwestern Academic Limb
"At MultiCare Connected Care, our mission is partnering for healing and a healthy future. MultiCare is utilizing the Azure platform to scale our pilot project to multiple partners."
Anna Taylor, Director of Operations, MultiCare Connected Care
"We are excited to use Microsoft's Medical Imaging Server for DICOM with IMS CloudVue and are impressed with the speed with which the Microsoft team has enabled our FDA approved viewer."
Vittorio Accomazzi, CTO, International Medical Solutions (IMS)
Azure Health Data Services resources and documentation
Documentation and tutorials
Frequently asked questions about Azure Health Data Services
Azure Health Data Services has evolved to support multiple health data standards for the exchange of structured data. A single collection of APIs allows you to deploy multiple data service instances of different service types (FHIR, DICOM, and IoT Connector) that work seamlessly with one another.
Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) is the standard for the communication and management of medical imaging information and related data. DICOM is most commonly used for storing and transmitting medical images enabling the integration of medical imaging devices such as scanners, servers, workstations, printers, network hardware, and picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) from multiple manufacturers.