Step One in Designing a New, Technology-Enabled Model of Chronic Disease Management
Cleveland Clinic: Microsoft Corporation and Cleveland Clinic Collaboratively Test Innovative Technologies That Connect Physicians and Patients
Columbus Research Foundation Helps Combat Childhood Obesity with an Online Health and Fitness Program
The Columbus Research Foundation wanted to encourage grade-school students in Columbus, Georgia, to lead healthier lives in order to prevent diabetes and other metabolic disorders associated with being overweight.
Microsoft HealthVault Powers the Community Choice Health Record Bank in Washington State
The Community Choice Healthcare Network, a healthcare consortium in North Central Washington, is undertaking a pilot health record bank project as a feasibility study to demonstrate the value of a state-wide health record bank (HRB) network.
Health Plan Improves Care with Microsoft HealthVault
In January 2009, the Hawaii Medical Service Association (HMSA) became the first health plan in the nation to offer patients medical care online, providing patients with the opportunity to speak to a local physician or specialist via web-based video conferencing, telephone, or secure chat.
Microsoft HealthVault: Enabling New Approaches to Chronic Disease Management
Chronic disease -- such as diabetes or high blood pressure -- is a big problem. More than 20 percent of the U.S. population has a chronic disease, and managing those conditions accounts for nearly 75 percent of the country's healthcare dollars.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Pioneers New Personal Health Record -- myNYP.org
NewYork-Presbyterian leaders are investing in technology to amalgamate clinical data from disparate sources within the hospital and make that data available to patients and their team of healthcare providers, including referring physicians.