Health will play an essential role in the evolution of cities. High-density population areas face unique public health challenges, but they can also help pioneer new solutions. Local governments and local health providers have an opportunity to offer transformative services that put people first. But to do that, they first need a better understanding of local health trends.
The team at Warrington & Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are a leading example of using local data to transform services and engage citizens. Working together with Microsoft partner Ascribe, the trust is able track test results, clinical therapies and observations across multiple care episodes. Rethinking their workflow allows them to apply better clinical intelligence to inform care and improve public health.
Want to learn more about their story? Join representatives of Warrington & Halton Hospitals, together with Microsoft and Ascribe, to learn more about the future of population health during a free 1-hour webinar on Thursday, 8 May at 11 a.m. You’ll get practical advice on tackling some of the biggest challenges in population health management – and even get answers to your toughest questions.
Sign up to be a part of this free webcast now. Visit the event page and use the invite code B4D3DF to secure your spot.
Microsoft CityNext: Examining the role of population health in designing 21st century cities