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Microsoft updates Cloud for Healthcare with new virtual care, patient monitoring features

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The tech giant announced its Cloud for Healthcare service back in October that brings together existing services such as Teams, Azure IoT and chatbots to help healthcare organizations manage operations. (Microsoft) Microsoft announced the first updates for its healthcare cloud offering with new virtual care capabilities, remote patient monitoring and care coordination.

The tech giant announced its Cloud for Healthcare service back in October that brings together existing services such as Microsoft Teams, Azure IoT and chatbots to help healthcare organizations manage operations.

The first update will be available in April and includes services for care plan management and will support eight additional languages.

Virtual health has helped expand access to care at a time when the pandemic has restricted patients’ ability to see their doctors. This requires providers to think about ways to improve patient experiences, enhance care management workflows and ensure secure health information exchanges, according to Tom McGuinness, corporate vice president, worldwide health at Microsoft in a blog post.

“We’re introducing new Microsoft Dynamics 365 patient access features to streamline the virtual experience for patients by allowing more flexibility in self-scheduling both virtual and in-person appointments through their existing patient portal and integrating virtual health assistants, like the Azure Health […]

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