摘要： The coronavirus pandemic has put the world’s health care systems to the test, to say the least.
The coronavirus pandemic has put the world’s health care systems to the test, to say the least. The “flatten the curve” mantra is fundamentally about not overburdening these systems, after all — and Microsoft believes its Cloud for Healthcare can help. Announced this week at its Build 2020 event, Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is a cloud offering purpose-built for the medical field. It’s the first in a family of Microsoft Industry Cloud solutions the company has designed for specific fields.
In materials distributed to the press, Microsoft said these “will integrate the Microsoft Cloud with an industry-specific data model, cross-cloud connectors, workflows, and APIs to provide industry solutions aligned to priority scenarios.” They’ll incorporate Microsoft products like Microsoft 365, Dynamics, Power Platform, and Azure and will rely on the company’s Common Data Model (CDM) approach to smooth out data sharing across applications. Microsoft promises “automation and efficiency on high value workflows” and deep data analysis on both structured and unstructured data.
The idea that every industry has unique needs, challenges, and advantages that require a tailored approach makes a lot of sense. And it’s commendable that Microsoft is beginning this initiative by focusing on health care at a time when the entire world is leaning so heavily on the field for survival. It’s also true that the medical field has notorious data problems, including inconsistency in labeling, and urgently needs solutions.
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