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The Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is launching this week and HCL-PowerObjects is proud to be one of only eight Global Systems Integrators (GSIs) selected by Microsoft to offer this transformational new product. With Microsoft’s trusted and fully integrated cloud capabilities as its foundation, the Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is designed to empower hospitals and clinics to improve healthcare outcomes by:
Available beginning October 30, 2020, the release of the Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is the latest healthcare solution to showcase Microsoft’s sustained investment in the Health and Life Sciences (HLS) space in the last year. Earlier in 2020, they launched the Microsoft Healthcare Accelerator for Dynamics 365 – with prebuilt entities and forms to speed up development of new healthcare solutions – as well as the Microsoft Healthcare Bot, which empowers providers and payers alike to engage with patients at a whole new level through conversational AI. In addition, they have launched several pandemic-specific apps in response to COVID-19.
We’ve been entrenched in the HLS industry for more than a decade, working with hospitals, clinics, pharmaceutical companies, and medical manufacturing organizations to implement technology solutions based on Microsoft Business Applications, including Power Platform and Dynamics 365. This is why we were 1 of 8 Partners chosen from among Microsoft’s vast partner ecosystem.
Our commitment to healthcare is demonstrated by our ongoing response to COVID-19. HCL-PowerObjects designed, developed, or worked with several pandemic-related Power Apps solutions, including the Return to Work Power App, the Critical Item Replenishment Power App, as well as the COVID Health Bot template.
We at HCL-PowerObjects are excited to make the Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare a reality for your organization. We are deeply experienced with all Dynamics 365 workloads, Power Platform, and The Microsoft Business Applications stack. Our team of healthcare technology experts stands ready to partner with you to get the Microsoft Cloud for healthcare integrated with your existing technology infrastructure. Together, we can tap into what we like to call the Power of Three:
Some people may be looking forward to the upcoming holidays… or perhaps Election Tuesday… or maybe even Halloween… but at HCL-PowerObjects, we are most looking forward to Friday, October 30, 2020 – because we want to start implementing the Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare in your organization! Are you ready?