The NHS Wales Microsoft 365 Centre of Excellence has been launched to support staff in turning their innovations into reality using Microsoft tools.
Jacob West from Microsoft UK discusses why NHS tech innovation which was sparked by the pandemic has to continue in order to solve the backlog.
The Digital Health industry news round-up brings you news of a smartphone test for cardiovascular disease and a partnership to ensure data regulation.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals (LTHT) have announced the move of their electronic health records (EHR) to the cloud-based system Microsoft Azure.
A care home has been using Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 technology to allow clinically vulnerable residents to be seen by their GPs without leaving home.
Oracle has confirmed it has acquired global electronic health record (EHR) provider, Cerner, in a deal worth around £22.4billion ($28.3billion).
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In the first six months Microsoft Teams was used across the health service it replaced 14.5m phone calls and hosted more than 32m virtual meetings.
Through exploring opportunities to enhance current AI tools Babylon and Microsoft aim to shift focus “from sick care to preventative healthcare”.
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Torbay and South Devon has been selected as one of a small number of hospital trusts to take part in a national trial which involves Microsoft HoloLens.
Imprivata has announced two of its digital identity solutions are now available on Microsoft Azure in a bid to help get more customers on the cloud.