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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Doc in the box now out of the box
Our current model for healthcare delivery does a reasonable job meeting the needs of people in developed nations around the world. However, even in those nations that provide good care for citizens there are growing concerns about aging populations, the increasing incidence of chronic disease, and shortages...
17 Mar 2009
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
Extending and coordinating care with Unified Communication: The next wave is here
Ten years ago I co-founded a company with the aim to provide web-based medical information, secure messaging and virtual visits between patients and their personal physicians. Working in partnership with Microsoft we developed technology that was well ahead of its time, and also well ahead of the market...
31 Jul 2007
Telemedicine, e-mail and messaging "oh my"!
I wanted to draw your attention to a just released interview I did with Digital Healthcare and Productivity . In it, I talk about one of the most worrisome trends I see in US healthcare; how far we are falling behind the rest of the world in the use of information technology in the industry, including...
15 May 2007
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