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Healthcare Providers and Microsoft CRM- What a perfect match!

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What is Connect Health? Connected Health is a model for healthcare delivery that uses technology to provide healthcare remotely. Connected Health aims to maximize healthcare resources and provide increased, flexible opportunities for consumers to engage with clinicians and better self-manage their care. Connected Health uses technology to deliver patient care outside of the traditional care setting. There are many tools to enable connected health that a Healthcare provider requires. One of those is Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Healthcare Providers. You can read more about that here. You can also view our healthcare page as well for details.
So you may ask yourself, why is Connected Health needed? Healthcare leaders continue to face demands for cost control while also demonstrating improvements in quality that make care more patient-centric. If healthcare organizations are to manage, evaluate and transform healthcare delivery under radically evolving market conditions, then IT solutions are more essential than ever before. The goal is to have all stakeholders work to better coordinate care for patients and members, making it easier to deliver high-quality care while spending investment dollars wisely.
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What we are finding as the Top Trends in Healthcare are Meaningful Use Stage 2, Mobile Health, Social Media, TeleHealth & Remote Monitoring, Accountable Care Organizations (ACO), Patient Engagement and Healthcare Portals. The foundation of the connected services offering is CRM/Social Analytics which is at the heart of the Patient Engagement experience for organizations. This is specifically targeted at providers across the country at some of the 825+ large hospitals with 300+ beds.
Don’t underestimate the power of the connected healthcare provider with the community, prospective patients and patients of the system. If can be powerful if done correctly and can help take healthcare provider organizations to the next level in a very competitive marketplace. What is your prospective? Share and let me know your thoughts please!

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