Today, effectively delivering and coordinating care requires convenient access to data that can be shared securely within a hospital or health system or across an entire community. From the bedside to remote access via tablets and other mobile devices, consumers increasingly expect to be involved in managing their health and care. Whether it's accessing personalized health content and test results or communicating with members of a care team, engaging patients and their families online with meaningful self-service options can improve the experiences and outcomes your organization is already providing.
Easy access to information
Microsoft and our partners provide a variety of options to improve care quality and the efficiency of the increasingly mobile health community by providing easy access to information virtually anywhere, anytime.*
- Give the right people real-time access to relevant applications, content, and services that facilitate collaboration and enhance community.
- Supply an increasingly mobile provider community with easy access to information virtually anywhere, anytime.*
- Deliver the security framework needed to achieve compliance with government regulations.
SharePoint provides a full set of tools in a single infrastructure that helps to simplify site development and management. From a secure portal for your medical staff, to specialized sites for managing chronic diseases, to internal sites for staff collaboration and knowledge transfer, people can share and publish information using one familiar system. SharePoint gives people the content they need, the way they want it. Features such as audience targeting, multilingual interface support, and user tagging provide a highly customized web experience that can be tailored to meet the needs of providers, patients, and consumers alike.
HealthVault is a platform that allows consumers to securely store and access health and medical information wherever and whenever they want. Information can be added manually by both consumers and health professionals, uploaded automatically from HealthVault platform-enabled medical devices, or sent from a provider’s electronic medical records system. Once the data is entered, consumers and providers can use HealthVault platform-enabled web applications to analyze information important to managing health and medical conditions.
*An appropriate device, Internet connection, and supported versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari browser are required. Access from mobile devices requires Wi-Fi capability or depends on network availability. Some mobile functionality requires Microsoft Office Mobile 2010, which is included with specific releases of Windows Phones and Nokia phones. Office Mobile 2010 is not included in Office 2010 applications, suites, or Web Apps. There are some differences between the features of the Office Web Apps, Office Mobile 2010, and the Office 2010 applications.