While cloud computing is boosting efficiencies within organizations worldwide, the platform is also front-and-center in "revolutionizing healthcare," according to a HuffPost overview.
"Healthcare regulations are pushing the industry to move towards better storage, collaboration and data sharing in the cloud. With electronic medical records (EMR systems), there are chances of data loss or other sensitive information loss. The only solution is to use cloud services with EMR systems to address the problem."
Dynamics 365: Cloud based for patient-centric outcomes.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM (D365) is designed to bring data from isolated silos into "one single, centralized" system to not only provide better record keeping, but provide analysis to improve the overall "customer experience." In the latter instances, D365 CRM can handle daily processes, such as admissions and discharges; offer the security needed to handle/store patient confidential data, including financials, medical and personal profiles.
D365 offers healthcare entities CRM capabilities to help create marketing campaigns; develop programs that are focused on preventive care while maintaining a collaborative approach among staff and physicians.
Office 365 helps boost D365 CRM productivity.
D365 CRM uses Office 365 to enhance a range of collaborative capabilities. Teams can utilize voice and video conferencing to not only share documents, but provide a direct path to meeting with...and diagnosing...patients.
Dynamics 365: Meets compliance requirements.
Global regulator issues affecting health care entities include the HIPPA Business Associate Agreement; meets standards for ARRA/HITECH, EU Safe Harbor and the Data Processing Agreement, to name a few.
September 18, 2018 | Dynamics 365 CRM