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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Improving health and healthcare, a global perspective
If you live in America and work in the healthcare industry it is easy to assume that the issues we face in providing care to our population are uniquely American. While it is true that we spend more per capita on healthcare than other nations, and many would argue that we spend too much for what we get...
11 Aug 2015
The “Green Patient Lab” provides a glimpse of future healing environments
Today I’m in Phoenix, Arizona, to keynote at what is for me a different kind of industry conference. Each year, I provide dozens of keynotes at industry conferences for healthcare providers and information technologists all over the world. But this one is special; special because this conference...
9 Mar 2009
Remedies for the Meltdown: What savvy healthcare organizations need to do now
In the January 6th edition of Hospitals and Health Networks Weekly on-line journal, my colleague Ian Morrison offers an insightful editorial on the impact of the world financial meltdown on health and healthcare. He rightfully points out that the health industry isn’t immune from financial downturns;...
6 Jan 2009
Get Your Golden Ticket Here: The Microsoft Health Users Group Conference
Would you like to get the latest scoop on HealthVault and Microsoft Amalga ? How about a sneak peek at future health solutions using Microsoft Surface ? Would you like to see how some of the world's leading healthcare organizations are improving workflow collaboration and delighting patients with Microsoft...
30 Jul 2008
Healthcare gets WIRED
No, this isn't another story about Unified Communications, cellular phones, or even healthcare's most wired hospitals. It's about a keynote address I attended this morning at the World Healthcare Innovation and IT Congress in Washington, D.C., at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel . I find myself in the...
9 Dec 2007
American Healthcare and Falling Bridges: Too much in common
I've mentioned before on this Blog that I'm a fan of Most-Wired Online and its guest editorials. Every so often, a Most-Wired edition comes across my desk that especially draws me in. This week's editorials by Senator Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island on Building a National Health IT Infrastructure...
8 Aug 2007
Employer-driven "Electronic Health Records": A needed catalyst for healthcare IT?
I've commented before on this Blog that much of the true innovation I see in the implementation of advanced information technology solutions in healthcare, particularly electronic health and medical records, is happening outside of the United States. There are two reasons why this is so. First, most...
30 Nov 2006
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