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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EHR satisfaction survey; reading between the lines and thinking about what's next
It was with a bit of my own satisfaction that I read today's HealthcareITNews report on their new user survey of EHR satisfaction . The survey of 396 individual users of 9 major EHR vendors examines metrics of user satisfaction including visual appearance, ease of use, interoperability with medical devices...
14 Sep 2015
Nordics at the forefront of extending the reach of virtual healthcare
Having visited the Nordic countries of Europe many times over the last 13 years, it comes as no surprise to me that telemedicine is at the forefront of regional initiatives to improve healthcare access and delivery.This is particularly true in rural areas of the Nordics where the nearest hospital or...
3 Sep 2015
After the EMR. The technologies that will truly transform healthcare and clinical workflow.
Last week, Healthcare IT News editor Mike Miliard wrote a piece that might have escaped your attention. He offered up 18 health technologies poised for big growth based on data from HIMSS Analytics. While none of the technologies listed are quite as sexy as robotics, machine learning, and artificial...
31 Aug 2015
Bringing clinical workflow to life with Microsoft and Windows 10
On Wednesday, July 29th, Microsoft releases Windows 10. The world awaits. Of course here at Microsoft, many of us have been testing and using early builds, and now the final build, of Windows 10 for quite some time. In fact, millions of people who don't work at Microsoft, those who participated in the...
27 Jul 2015
Don’t get trapped in a health data vortex without the tech you need to manage it
HealthBlog readers may have noted my absence over the last two weeks. That’s because I was taking a little break from my day job at Microsoft. My wife and I enjoyed a much needed vacation in Sedona, Arizona, that included a side trip and overnight stay at the Grand Canyon. Although August...
20 Aug 2012
Unified Communications as a platform for healthcare sign and language interpreter services
I'm back in the saddle after taking a few weeks of much needed vacation and family time over the Holidays. Forgive me for lapsing on my weekly HealthBlog postings, and for my failure to wish my loyal readers Seasons Greetings and Happy New Year. Right before my Holiday break, I attended the World Healthcare...
2 Jan 2008
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