Organizations connected with health and medicine were working on digital transformation far before the 2020 health crisis. The pandemic made adjustments to work plans on developing new models, products and services for customers.
The pandemic has given impetus to the development of innovative ideas from the side of Microsoft and partners. For example, there is a need to track vacancies in hospitals and ventilators. Together with partners, Microsoft has developed solutions that are aimed at making it easier for the public to work with portals about COVID-19, the ability to quickly make an appointment or test. During the pandemic, we were once again convinced that Microsoft can make a huge contribution and help its customers to implement the necessary digital solutions. This is why Microsoft is announcing the Microsoft Cloud for healthcare.
Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is a consortium of proven solutions for partners and customers to enhance the free and understandable interaction with patients. In addition, solutions improve the work of medical teams, increase the efficiency of treatment, and ensure the safety and correctness of the data provided. Microsoft 365, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Power Platform unleash their capabilities with Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare. Overall, the ecosystem creates excellent opportunities for end-to-end cloud healthcare solutions.
Analytics as a way to optimize the patient experience
To bring the company's vision to life, the entire engineering team is working to develop Dynamics 365 and Power Platform solutions. Work on a return-to-work solution and solutions included with Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is also underway.
With the help of the Microsoft Cloud, we can see how we can innovate in the healthcare arena. And it is not only about obtaining medical records, but also modern and intuitive interactions. Electronic access, the exchange of information between insurance plans and medical departments is made possible by connecting the Azure API for FHIR to Common Data Service, Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare. Patient and transaction data are digitally linked and can be shared across digital and human-driven channels anywhere and anytime.
Healthcare organizations can increase patient engagement by:
With solutions provided by Microsoft, healthcare organizations will expand the possibilities of collaboration among healthcare teams by:
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