Microsoft, Partners Unveil Architecture For Health & Human Services

An alliance of partners has joined Microsoft to unveiled a comprehensive, multivendor connected health and human services (HHS) technology architecture. The architecture connects disparate state and jurisdictional human services systems to give providers one comprehensive view into citizen/customer needs.

The group supports version 2.0 of the Microsoft Connected Health and Human Services Framework, which presents a flexible, individual and family-centered approach for addressing the challenges that face HHS agencies, departments and programs.

Through the new alliance, the group brings together industry-leading applications, information infrastructure and delivery expertise to accelerate the bridging of legacy program silos to better serve state and municipality constituencies across the country. The framework does supports the core infrastructure requirements based on the Windows family of servers, tools and applications for integration, security, collaboration, reporting, and analysis.

For more information and access, see Conneced Health & Human Services. To learn more about the architecture, see the Connected HHS Framework version 2.0 white paper.

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