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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Warning! For American clinicians only
OK, I hope the headline caught your attention. If you are a clinician, keep reading. If you are not a doctor, nurse or other healthcare provider it's OK to read this too. In fact, you probably should. A regular theme on HealthBlog has been the growing use of contemporary, lower-priced, very powerful...
29 Jan 2008
Microsoft Surface Computing: Implications for the healthcare industry
Yesterday, Microsoft officially launched the first commercial product from a group and technology known as Microsoft surface computing. The product is called Milan; a coffee-table sized PC that takes touch screen technology to entirely new levels and gives users a highly interactive experience with all...
31 May 2007
New Audio-cast: Windows Vista, Office 2007 and SharePoint Server- Bringing it all together in healthcare
Whether you are a technical, business, clinical leader or anybody else in your healthcare organization you are confronted with challenges unique to healthcare. Now, new technologies such as Microsoft Windows Vista and the 2007 Microsoft Office system, and complementary solutions such as Microsoft Office...
1 Mar 2007
Microsoft in the Healthcare Industry: Consumer Health World video interview
I'm back in the office after a two week Holiday break. 2007 is upon us, and I look forward to a very exciting year with the introduction of Windows Vista , Office 2007 , and some of the first new solutions from our Health Solutions Group here at Microsoft . Just before vacation, I attended Consumer Health...
2 Jan 2007
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