While health analytics has been touted as a way to increase efficiency and cut costs, one important benefit should not be overlooked: improving patient care.
12 November 2013 | Dr. Tatiana Znamenskaya , Health and Social Services Operation Manager and Market Analyst for Microsoft in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa
As HHS organizations continue to strive toward the triple aim, these three technology trends will help them get there.
02 October 2013 | Kevin Dolan , Industry Marketing Development Director, Microsoft Public Sector and Human Services, United States
In BYOD, not all devices are created equal. Learn which devices have the critical characteristics that satisfy both doctors and IT.
05 September 2013 | Gareth Hall , Windows 8 lead, Microsoft Worldwide Health
For medical professionals, the move to digitize medical records is a big step forward. But by itself, it’s hardly enough. Doctors need to have easy access to Electronic Medical Records (EMRs)...
27 August 2013 | Flavio Calonge , Health and Social Services Industry Director for Microsoft Latin America and the Caribbean
If you can’t bring information to the point where care is delivered, whether that’s in the home, at the hospital bedside, or in the clinic, then all the money spent on digital health...
02 August 2013 | Neil Jordan , General Manager of Health Worldwide for Microsoft
There continues to be a lot in the news about disruptive technologies. Many of you may be familiar with Clayton Christensen’s book on the theory of disruptive innovation, “The Innovators Dilemma,” published in 1997.
11 July 2013 | Paul Smolke , Industry Managing Director, Worldwide Health
From tablets to telemedicine, technology offer doctors new ways of working. Learn the top 3 related risks—and how to handle them.
09 July 2013 | Gabe Rijpma , Sr. Director Health & Social Services, Asia