Unlock siloed data
The Connected Health and Human Services Framework can help you coordinate care models, deliver cost savings, meet regulatory requirements, and improve care.
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In the past, federal and state categorical funding requirements effectively dictated separate Health and Human Services (HHS) organizations and data infrastructures. For many years, government IT systems supported only limited, if any, coordination across programs. Microsoft Connected HHS provides a technology and systems design blueprint that enables a service-oriented architecture (SOA) and a shared services layer to deliver interoperable, cross-program, and cross-department information access to help reduce the cost and complexity of care delivery.
Benefit from enhanced collaboration
Bridge the traditional divisions between agencies, departments, and programs to support a more holistic, collaborative approach to the delivery of care and benefits.
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Microsoft Connected HHS solutions enable collaboration across organizational boundaries and among different teams, departments, and entities. This improved coordination provides unified case records and shared data access across case managers, agencies, and organizations to deliver a 360-degree view of the client to help improve coordination of people, information, and systems in real time.
Enable more informed decision-making
Connect disparate eligibility systems to help you improve interactions across social service agencies, streamline processes, accelerate enrollment, and improve reporting.
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Microsoft connected HHS solutions can help health and human services professionals gain a more unified view of information where and when they need it, improving insight and analysis for improved client outcomes. The shared Microsoft HHS infrastructure connects and integrates information from multiple IT systems to provide a common client view across agencies. This enables coordination, workflow optimization, and data-sharing among multiple HHS providers and organizations. And it does so using familiar, easy-to-use tools, such as Microsoft Office and web browsers.