Office 365 Live Events Use Cases – Michael on the Go

In this episode of Michael on the Go, Microsoft’s Michael Gannotti discusses three separate use cases around the newly announced Live Events for Office 365. Use cases discussed include Corporate Communications, Training, and Employee Engagement. Additionally, Michael discusses extending Live Events usage with custom pages and more. To learn more about Live Events see: Microsoft…

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The Next Chapter–Microsoft and digital technologies in health and healthcare delivery

\ When I joined Microsoft in September of 2002 I never dreamed I’d be writing this blog post in January of 2016. Of course in 2002 HealthBlog didn’t exist. HealthBlog wasn’t born until October of 2005. Since then, I’ve posted more than 800 articles about digital tech in health and healthcare.  I came to Microsoft after…

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A secret shopper’s perspectives on the EHR and clinical workflow

As someone who has practiced medicine using both paper and electronic records, and someone who’s been focused on the health tech scene for the past 20 years, you might think I’ve seen it all. Indeed, during my 35 year career in medicine and tech I’ve traveled the world and learned a lot about healthcare, clinical practice and the intersection…

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Three things hospitals and health systems need to do in 2016 and why

This is the time of year we all start making resolutions and predictions for the new year ahead. One of my fellow executives here at Microsoft asked me to respond to the following question: “If I could recommend 3 actions for health organizations to undertake in 2016, what would they be, and why?” Of course it is hard to…

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EHR satisfaction survey; reading between the lines and thinking about what’s next

It was with a bit of my own satisfaction that I read today’s HealthcareITNews report on their new user survey of EHR satisfaction. The survey of 396 individual users of 9 major EHR vendors examines metrics of user satisfaction including visual appearance, ease of use, interoperability with medical devices, interoperability with other clinical systems, interoperability with billing systems,…

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After the EMR. The technologies that will truly transform healthcare and clinical workflow.

Last week, Healthcare IT News editor Mike Miliard wrote a piece that might have escaped your attention. He offered up 18 health technologies poised for big growth based on data from HIMSS Analytics. While none of the technologies listed are quite as sexy as robotics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence, I’d say they are spot on with regard…

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Get Your Golden Ticket Here: The Microsoft Health Users Group Conference

Would you like to get the latest scoop on HealthVault and Microsoft Amalga?  How about a sneak peek at future health solutions using Microsoft Surface?  Would you like to see how some of the world’s leading healthcare organizations are improving workflow collaboration and delighting patients with Microsoft Unified Communications?  Or how about an opportunity to…

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Mailbag: HealthBlog readers confirm some important trends

I wanted to share a couple of insightful comments on previous HealthBlog posts that I received this week.  One reader responds to my post about a public hospital in Spain, Torrevieja Salud, that I wrote about while attending a health leaders event in Barcelona last December.  Using commodity software solutions and development tools from Microsoft and some of our…

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