Microsoft recently launched its ‘Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare’ which is an industry-specific cloud solution specially designed for healthcare providers. The solution meets the requirements of individual industries and sets a trend for other industries to follow. The announcement of Microsoft’s solution was made in a recent virtual Microsoft Build event.
Microsoft explained that health was their priority so they created a solution that would help healthcare workers. Microsoft told it will draw all of its technologies collectively into a package which the company calls ‘Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare’. The latest solution will let hospitals manage data entirely to the end of communication with a patient.
In a blog post, Tom McGuinness, Microsoft CVP worldwide health and Gregory J. Moore, CVP Microsoft health wrote that their dedication towards work is to make sure they deliver solutions and support clients in the hour of need.
Ability to achieve automation
The proposal draws unitedly present and future abilities that achieve automation and competence on high-value workflows, as well as deep data analytics for both structured and unstructured data, that enable customers to turn insight into action, they replied. An advanced partner ecosystem increases the power of the platform with added solutions to discuss the most critical hurdles the healthcare industry is meeting currently.
The healthcare cloud, which is accessible in public preview and is accessible on a complimentary trial for the following six months, will connect products including Microsoft Dynamics 365 for marketing and customer service, as well as Azure IoT. Use cases include associated referral management for care teams, self-service portals for patients and providers, and the idea of ‘interactive patient journeys help promote better results.’
Microsoft plans to operate system work with Allscripts Healthcare Solutions that provides electronic health records.
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