Two New Customers Announced for Amalga

Today we are announcing two new great additions to the growing Amalga customer base: University of Washington and Seattle’s Children Hospital! University of Washington will focus on clinical and translational research by basically providing researches with better access to data that was previously scattered across multiple systems and the tools to investigate and Seattle’s Children…

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HL7 Schema Generation Tool

While looking at my past posts on the topic, I realized I never gave out the link to the download for the HL7 Schema Generation Tools that I discussed waaaaay back. Hopefully the most entrepreneurial readers will have found it, for the rest of us, here it is with a small description from the download…

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El Camino Hospital Announced as a New Amalga Customer

Today we announced a new customer added to the growing list of organization that are adopting Amalga to gather better insight on their care delivery, operations and performance. El Camino Hospital today announced that it has selected Microsoft Amalga, the unified intelligence system, as its data platform to aggregate all of its information, which currently…

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New Version of the MSCUI Posted

The team in the UK is doing a great job with the Microsoft Common User Interface (MSCUI). Head over to http://www.mscui.net to check for the new version that was just posted. New in this release: Publication of new and updated Design Guidance: New Micro Patient Banner guidance New Displaying Graphs and Tables guidance Updated Time…

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Input for the Connected Health Framework

Yes, I know, it’s been a while since I posted and I know that I have probably lost a lot of readers. Fare enough! I hope to start posting more regularly and bring you more news from the Amalga family of products, the Health Solutions Group and Microsoft in Healthcare in general. In the meantime,…

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