Thoughts, comments, news, and reflections about healthcare IT from Microsoft's worldwide health senior director Bill Crounse, MD, on how information technology can improve healthcare delivery and services around the world.
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    On-line Physician Consultations: Eating Our Own Dogfood

    At Microsoft we are famous for "eating our own dogfood"; the practice of pounding away on beta software well before final versions of the software are ever released to customers. It's our way of testing the waters for new innovations and subjecting all...
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    Wishing You A Happy Blogsgiving

    As I sit warm and toasty in my family room watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on TV, I'm reminded of all the things I have to be thankful for this year. I'm thankful for my beautiful wife. I'm thankful for my talented daughter who left IBM...
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    Tablet PCs, Healthcare Integration, Portals and More

    I'm just back from visiting with more than a hundred customers who attended our Healthcare Executive Forum events in Philadelphia and New York City. Our New York event was held in the famous Rainbow Room in Rockefeller Center . I even had a chance to...
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    Tablet PC as Mobile, Medical Monitor

    In Healthcare IT News , Peter Haigh discusses a very intriguing pilot program at New York Presbyterian Hospital . Dubbed " M3 " for Mobile Medical Monitor, the pilot aggregates a variety of clinical, collaboration and communication functions on to a single...
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    Healthcare Executive Forum Hits the Road

    Next week, I'll be hitting the road again for our annual Healthcare Executive Forum events. This year we'll be visiting Philadelphia, New York City, Minneapolis, Seattle (Bellevue), Los Angeles, Dallas, and Houston. Additional events are being planned...
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November, 2005