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The Future of Health Innovation With Microsoft’s Dr. David Rhew

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The Future of Health Innovation With Microsoft’s Dr. David Rhew

Welcome to StartUp health NOW, the podcast where we celebrate the innovators and entrepreneurs building the This week on the podcast, we're bringing you a conversation with Dr. David Rhew,…
October 12, 2021

The Future of Health Innovation With Microsoft’s Dr. David Rhew

Welcome to StartUp health NOW, the podcast where we celebrate the innovators and entrepreneurs building the This week on the podcast, we’re bringing you a conversation with Dr. David Rhew, the Chief Medical Officer & Vice President of Healthcare at Microsoft. In this interactive session, Dr. Rhew broke down Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare and explained how the broader suite of Microsoft tools – from natural language processing to using Teams for telehealth – can help healthcare startups scale more quickly. Bottom line? If a startup wants to move quickly, don’t reinvent the wheel. The infrastructure you need might already exist in the marketplace. Finally, we learned specifics on how startups can partner with Microsoft directly. This interactive Fireside Chat was hosted by StartUp Health’s Media Director Logan Plaster in front of a live audience of founders from the StartUp Health portfolio.

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