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Transforming the healthcare journey through more secure and connected patient experiences with Dr. David Rhew, Microsoft’s Chief Medical Officer and VP of Healthcare Worldwide Commercial Business

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Transforming the healthcare journey through more secure and connected patient experiences with Dr. David Rhew, Microsoft’s Chief Medical Officer and VP of Healthcare Worldwide Commercial Business

The world has dramatically changed in the past year. Covid-19 has taken a severe toll on the nation's healthcare system. The rapid spread of the virus has accelerated the need…
November 3, 2020
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EHRGo-THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE EDUCATION

Transforming the healthcare journey through more secure and connected patient experiences with Dr. David Rhew, Microsoft’s Chief Medical Officer and VP of Healthcare Worldwide Commercial Business

The world has dramatically changed in the past year. Covid-19 has taken a severe toll on the nation’s healthcare system. The rapid spread of the virus has accelerated the need for digital transformation in order to keep patients safe, get them back in for elective surgeries, and drive down mounting costs.

Microsoft is helping organizations set a course for recovery and resiliency in an ever-changing healthcare environment. Join Dr. David Rhew, Microsoft’s Chief Medical Officer and VP of Healthcare Worldwide Commercial Business as he discusses how Microsoft is working to:

·  Respond to the COVID-19 Crisis

·  Transform the healthcare journey through more secure and connected patient experiences to achieve better outcomes across healthcare.

·  Improve patient experiences, orchestrate integrated operations across clinical and administrative staff, and gather new levels of insight to improve operational outcomes

This podcast is sponsored by Microsoft.

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EHRGo-THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE EDUCATION

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