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6 Top Azure Announcements From Microsoft Build 2020

Major Azure announcements at Microsoft Build include the general availability of Microsoft’s Azure IoT Developer Specialty Certification and training resources.

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Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare

The new Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is the first industry-specific cloud from Microsoft, which said additional clouds for other industries will be rolled out in the future.

The solution is designed to help hospitals and health care providers better manage patient and staff needs, empower collaboration among health teams, improve operational and clinical data insights, and deploy resources more efficiently.

Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare combines capabilities from Azure, Microsoft 365, Dynamics, Power Platform and Azure, using a common data model to allow sharing of data across applications and access to data analytics.

Beginning today, Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is available through a public preview and free trial for the next six months, with general availability expected to start in the calendar fourth quarter.

Using the Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, organizations can extend the value of Dynamics 365 Marketing, Dynamics 365 Customer Service and Azure IoT to deploy a consumer-friendly patient experience, connected physician and referral management, enhanced patient engagement portals, intelligent patient outreach and continuous patient monitoring through the internet of things (IoT).

“The Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare extends the value of existing Microsoft cloud services and Teams virtual visits, making it faster and easier for care teams to collaborate, communicate, coordinate care and generate insights that help improve patient outcomes and workflow effectiveness,” Tom McGuinness, Microsoft’s corporate vice president of worldwide health, and Dr. Greg Moore, corporate vice president of Microsoft health, said in a cowritten blog post.

And healthcare systems will be able to advantage of our Microsoft’s ecosystem of healthcare partners that can provide solutions that complement and extend core cloud capabilities, they said.

“Using these partners’ expertise will help organizations through EHR (electronic health record) and platform integrations, implementation services and healthcare SaaS offerings. McGuinness and Moore said.

 
 
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