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For years, Microsoft has partnered with many healthcare organizations to envision and deliver on their digital future. These past few months brought on an unprecedented urgency, as healthcare organizations pivoted to manage the unexpected. We have learned together, how to rapidly adapt and innovate in healthcare, in response to crisis, and continuously improve operations and insights in times of change.
With the launch of Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, we deliver enhanced capabilities, templates, and accelerators that build on our learnings, and tap the power of Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Azure, and Microsoft 365. I'd like to share with you my perspective on the digital aspirations realized by our customers through solutions now available in the Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare preview.
First, we work with healthcare organizations to re-think how they engage with patients. Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare builds on Dynamics 365 with customizable templates, accelerators, and data connections to manage the full patient-engagement lifecycle. Communications tools increase the relevance of prospective and current patient outreach by matching content to its intended segment. A patient engagement portal provides self-serve appointment booking, physician referrals, medical forms, and virtual agents, or bots, that assist patients as they navigate the portal. The patient management app supports call center staff with patient and care team details, wellness coaching, and more. The patient scheduling and screening template provides patients with COVID-19 self-assessments and helps them book and perform a COVID-19 screening. The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Healthcare Accelerator provides staff with a full profile of the patient, including their health conditions, and a visual timeline of the patient's engagements and interventions.
These healthcare organizations are using their digital platforms to engage with patients in new ways:
We are also working with healthcare organizations to launch digital platforms that enable care teams to collaborate, coordinate care, and generate insights. With Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform at its core, Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare helps organizations simplify physician referral management, so that care teams and referral coordinators can evaluate the best referral option for a patient based on relevance, satisfaction, and other insights.
We also worked with healthcare organizations to find new ways to improve clinical and operational data insights using Dynamics 365 and Power Platform together to share timely information and make data-driven decisions.
What are your digital aspirations? Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare brings together trusted and integrated capabilities for customers and partners that enhance patient engagement, empower health team collaboration, and improve clinical and operational data insights. Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is available for a free trial over the next six months. See the launch during the Microsoft Healthcare Summit, watch a demo, or learn more about the preview.
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