Microsoft provides industry-specific cloud solutions

Microsoft provides industry specific cloud solutions

July 7, 2020: A trillion-dollar industry market is always short of technologies and, you can see new technologies hitting the market. Healthcare is one of the early adopters of technology and has drastically changed in the last few years. Advanced technologies like Telemedicine, Patient Monitoring, Patient Engagement, HIE, AI, Data Analytics, etc. The tech giants always look for a perfect market to invest, Healthcare would be the first option. Microsoft had announced to get more industry-specific cloud solutions according to the need of the industry.

Microsoft announced the Cloud solution to start with, first among the series of cloud solutions to different industry verticals.

Microsoft cloud for healthcare organizations helps to engage patients in a better way, increase the efficiency of the caregivers with better results. Getting a set of capabilities together within the Microsoft product category is the aim of Microsoft Healthcare Cloud. Since Microsoft never passes up a chance to talk, the Healthcare Cloud solution would help the team members to speak to each other schedule tasks and have virtual visits with the team.

Microsoft is also working with the Healthcare Technology giants like Allscripts, GE Healthcare, Epic, Adaptive Biotechnologies, and Nuance to have a better technology solution for the Healthcare Market.

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