Department of Health and Human Services: Health services delivering powerful digital experiences

The reach and scope of digital healthcare services is expanding. Given the overwhelming potential they offer for transforming the industry, it's safe to say that this is only the beginning of a much deeper transformation. This shift promises to benefit both healthcare providers and their patients by empowering doctors with improved data collection that guides them in helping patients adopt healthier lifestyles, effectively reducing hospital and other medical center visits. Digital technology also enables medical centers to provide smarter, more efficient operations by allowing them to safely store patient records in the cloud and collaborate seamlessly with other facilities around the world.

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The reach and scope of digital healthcare services is expanding. Given the overwhelming potential they offer for transforming the industry, it’s safe to say that this is only the beginning of a much deeper transformation. This shift promises to benefit both healthcare providers and their patients by empowering doctors with improved data collection that guides them in helping patients adopt healthier lifestyles, effectively reducing hospital and other medical center visits. Digital technology also enables medical centers to provide smarter, more efficient operations by allowing them to safely store patient records in the cloud and collaborate seamlessly with other facilities around the world. In this video, you’ll see how the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) in Victoria, Australia, has built solutions based on Microsoft technology that enable enhanced collaboration, allowing the agency to improve the services it provides.

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