Anushka Sharma

Anushka is a Technical Consultant who has been at Perficient since January 2019.

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Applying Power Platform to the Healthcare Industry – Part 3: Creating the Front End With Power Apps

This mini-series is about using Power Platform to help streamline healthcare providers’ work and increase patient safety. Part 2 of this mini-series covered using Power Automate to extract lab result values from a response object and used them to check which entity conditions are true and send them to the Power App. Part 1 covered […]

Applying Power Platform to the Healthcare Industry – Part 2: Using Power Automate for Backend Logic

This mini series is about using Power Platform to help streamline the work of healthcare providers and increase patient safety. Part 1 of this mini series covered how to set up your database – creating entity tables to store the list of directions and the list of conditions, and relating the two tables with a […]

Applying Power Platform to the Healthcare Industry – Part 1: Setting Up Entities in Dataverse

This series is about using Power Platform to help streamline the work of healthcare providers and increase patient safety.  In this tutorial there will be 2 entity tables – one for storing all the directions and one for storing the condition sets that each direction will be pulled by. The key to joining these two tables […]

Applying Power Platform to the Healthcare Industry

The purpose of this miniseries is to build an app for healthcare providers to be able to view a patient’s lab results and immediately see a list of next steps or directions for patient care. To do this, we will build a Power App that takes in the patient’s name and displays that patient’s lab […]

Group Photo at Metro Atlant Urban Farm

The Atlanta Office Leaps into Spring

As spring quickly approaches, the need for volunteers at Food Well Alliance’s Community Gardens Program gets greater and greater. Our team woke up bright and early on Leap Day to volunteer at the Metro Atlanta Urban Farm. In 2018 they produced 80,000 pounds of fruits and vegetables that went directly to the East Point community. We […]