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Founded in 1975, Microsoft is the worldwide leader in software, devices, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. Microsoft and its industry partners help government better serve citizens, providing familiar, easy-to-use software that seamlessly and securely connects people, information and systems.

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 •  June 30, 2016

Progress is being made on accessing comparable and sharable patient data within electronic health records (EHRs) and contextual data about the environment in which care is delivered. Since the first gathering of national nursing leaders in 2013, a coordinated movement has gained substantial momentum to align policies and systems to better...

Microsoft Corporation

 •  June 29, 2016

Cloud technology supports parents and care teams close monitoring of babies at home As I’ve mentioned in an earlier post, cloud technology is helping to bridge the gap between the kind of care and monitoring that can provided in hospitals and what’s possible in the home. One of the most poignant examples I’ve come across is the remote home...

Microsoft Corporation

 •  June 28, 2016

What drives my passion to improve health through technology As I take over the mantle of being the Microsoft MD from Dr. Bill Crounse, I’m proud and humbled. Dr. Bill made an incredible impact during his tenure as the clinical leader for the Microsoft Health team. Among his extensive contributions, he authored more than 800 articles about digital...

Microsoft Corporation

 •  June 23, 2016

Appistry Appistry works with customers to build solutions that solve complex problems with an end goal of improving human health. GenomePilot was born out of working with and listening to customers to address the challenges they were facing with NGS data and their need to simplify the entire process. Learn more BC Platforms BC Platforms aims to be...

Microsoft Corporation

 •  June 23, 2016

Receive guidance and considerations you need to make regarding the secure use and implementation of Azure cloud technology Since its launch in 2010, Microsoft Azure has gained rapid adoption from organizations of all sizes around the world, spanning many industries. The users of Azure benefit from agility, reduced costs and complexity, limitless...

Microsoft Corporation

 •  June 16, 2016

What would you do differently if there were no boundaries to data? In my role as Director Worldwide Health for Microsoft I have the privilege of working with health leaders around the world who are solving big problems using data. Increasingly, advanced analytics are being used to make health systems better and more responsive to those they serve....

Microsoft Corporation

 •  June 14, 2016

As I’ve written before, health leaders are realizing that to tackle today’s healthcare challenges and empower a healthier future for all, they need to think beyond their EMRs. EMRs have been an important step in digitizing medical data. But now that this foundational step is complete for many health organizations, they’re ready for the next...

Microsoft Corporation

 •  June 10, 2016

During my time at eHealth week in Amsterdam the last few days, I noticed that when it comes to healthcare and IT, the conversation is changing. In the past, IT was pushed down the priority list and funded at the end of budget cycles. Now it’s being seen as one of the most important levers for the transformation that needs to happen in healthcare....

Microsoft Corporation

 •  June 9, 2016

Accelerating cloud adoption is key to deliver innovation in European health Accelerating Cloud Adoption in Healthcare:
A Call to Action > Cloud computing can help the European healthcare sector improve medical care in powerful ways. It empowers 3600 mobile caregivers working in the field of mental health in Arkin to be more productive and deliver...

Microsoft Corporation

 •  June 8, 2016

Microsoft delivers a secure cloud that’s key to innovation in European health Cloud computing can help the European healthcare sector improve medical care in powerful ways. It increases productivity for mobile caregivers working in the field. It enables healthcare institutions to make data-driven decisions that improve patient outcomes. And it...