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Microsoft Unveils New Cloud Offering for Healthcare Organizations – Cloud

Microsoft Unveils New Cloud Offering for Healthcare Organizations

What You Should Know

Today, Microsoft announced its first industry-specific
cloud offering, Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, which builds upon
Microsoft’s core cloud capabilities to meet the most important needs for
healthcare organizations.

Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare brings together trusted and integrated capabilities for healthcare organizations to improve collaboration, decision-making, and operational efficiencies to enhance patient engagement, connect health teams, and support accelerated health transformation. 


Microsoft announced its first industry-specific cloud
offering, Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, which builds upon
Microsoft’s core cloud capabilities to meet the most important needs for
healthcare organizations. Announced as part of Microsoft Build 2020, Microsoft
Cloud for Healthcare brings together trusted and integrated capabilities for
healthcare organizations to improve collaboration, decision-making, and
operational efficiencies to enhance patient engagement, connect health teams
and support accelerated health transformation.

Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare Features

Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare helps healthcare
organizations to engage in more proactive ways with their patients, allows
caregivers to improve the efficiency of their workflows and streamline
interactions with patients with more actionable results. Key features of the
offering include:

Consumer-friendly patient experience: healthcare
organizations can create individualized care plans for patients, or groups of
patients, that allows providers to publicize relevant content and proactive
outreach to patients on any device when they need it.

Connected physician and referral management: care
teams can easily create referrals, search for providers, and understand
physician spend, satisfaction, and enhanced analytics on referral categories.

Enhanced patient engagement portals: patients and
providers can easily interact through this self-service portal which enables
various healthcare tasks such as online appointment booking, reminders, bill
pay, and much more. This also allows providers the ability to engage with
patients easily through the device of their choice.

Intelligent patient outreach: enables healthcare
organizations to design interactive patient journeys to nurture leads,
publicize relevant events, and contact patients with preventative and care
management programs that help promote better health outcomes.

Continuous patient monitoring through IoT: generate
secure, scalable data ingestion from medical devices to allow care teams to
monitor patients in and outside of clinical facilities. With real-time
insights, care teams can provide timely escalations of care, reduce
readmissions, and provide personalized, predictive care.

New Bookings app in Teams: Now generally
available to customers across industries to help schedule, manage and conduct
business-to-consumer virtual appointments. Teams supports HIPAA compliance and
is HITRUST-certified.

Availability

Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is available for a free trial
over the next 6 months.

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