Voices of Healthcare Cloud brings an “Overview of MS Cloud for Healthcare & Human Centered Design”

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Voices of Healthcare Cloud is a webinar series hosted by myself, @Vasu Sharma & @Joshua Thompson. My name is Shelly Avery, I am currently a Dir, Healthcare Specialist for Health and Life Sciences focusing on the largest Payor and Provider customers in the US, Vasu is a Sr Customer Success Manager for Microsoft 365 for Health and Life Sciences & Josh is an Account Executive for Healthcare. Our goal of this webinar series is to showcase how Healthcare is seeing positive business and clinical outcomes with cloud technology.

 

We will be bringing new and creative solutions to you at least once a month, so we hope you tune in live or catch the on-demand series after the session is completed.

 

Hopefully you caught our last 2 webinars on “Enhancing your Employee Experience with Microsoft Viva” and “Automated Role-based scheduling with MS Teams” if not please check out the recordings at these links.

 

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For our next session I am going to be joined by Jake Thompson, Sr Business Application Specialist in Health and Life Sciences, to share with you an overview of Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare and hopefully demystify “what it is”. We will also discuss how Microsoft can partner with you on approaching and solving business problems with a Human Centered Design.

 

This session will be on October 13th at 12:00 PT / 12:00 MT/ 1:00 CT / 2:00 ET

 

Please click here to join or download the calendar invite here

 

We have future sessions lined up and these topics are:

  • October 20th - EPIC in-basket automation
  • October 27th - How FHIR interoperability unleashes low code/no code for your citizen developers 
  • November 3rd - Physician Referral Management 
  • November 10th - Patient Referral Automation

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