Connecting clinicians, patients, care teams & health professionals – a Microsoft solution
28 April @ 12:30 - 13:30
The Triple Aim—enhancing patient experience, improving population health, and reducing costs— of patient care is widely accepted as a compass to optimise health system performance. At Microsoft, we believe the Triple Aim to be expanded to a Quadruple Aim, adding the goal of improving the work life of health care providers, to empower improved decision making, decreased care teams’ burnout and ultimately lead to a better patient experience.
So how do you improve not only the effectiveness of your care teams, but their personal experience and job satisfaction?
Digital Health and Microsoft will discuss the recently announced new Virtual Health Templates.
Join Nick Lines and Paul Thomas from Microsoft and find out how to implement Virtual Care solutions in your organisation helping your care teams gain more control over how they spend their time. Understand how to:
- Connect with outside specialists and share patient documents & data.
- Connect care team members with patients and see them on short notice.
- Facilitate care team consultations & diagnosis to reduce time & cost of travel between facilities.
Microsoft’s Digital Advisor in Healthcare will walk you through a real-life demo of a patient scenario, providing you with insights on patient centric virtual care whilst empowering your teams. You will walk away with key learnings that will enable you to build your own use case to drive innovation in new ways of delivering care.
Paul Thomas – Digital Advisor, UK Healthcare, Paul is engaged with Public Sector organisations, focusing on Next Generation Health and Social Care. An experienced Architect, Paul combines his knowledge of the Healthcare industry with the Microsoft technology portfolio and the worldwide organisation to transform health and care services in the UK.
Nick Lines – Office 365 Product Manager for the Public Sector, With a background in Computer Science, Nick works with Public Sector organisations to help them prepare their teams connect with patients and citizens in a mobile first, cloud first world.
- 28 April
12:30 - 13:30
- Digital Health
- +44 (0)20 7785 6900