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Empower Healthcare Organizations with Microsoft Teams

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Today, medical error is the third leading cause of death in the United States. Some statistics reveal up to 440,000 deaths are caused each year by preventable medical errors. Lack of proper communication creates situations where medical errors can occur. As the healthcare environment becomes increasingly more complex and specialized, teamwork is core to quality and care outcomes.

It’s true that creativity thrives when people work together on a team. Microsoft Teams is a central hub for communication and productivity, essentially an application that helps you achieve more and collaborate in your day to day setting. Microsoft Teams is a central hub that enables secure collaboration and communication with chat, voice, and video along with other helpful healthcare tools.

Microsoft Teams Provides a New Culture of Care

Using the technology behind Microsoft’s Teams platform there is now access to:

Streamlined Communication and Collaboration-

Instantly connect through secure messaging, with advanced security and compliance requirements for healthcare organizations.

Make Information Easier to Find and Share-

Coordinate patient care and update patient records in real-time. Share, organize, prioritize, and coordinate care in one central location, using Microsoft Teams.

Ease the Burden of Time-Consuming Tasks-

Simplify administrative workflows, streamline workflows, and shifts for staff members. Share announcements across the organization to keep everyone updated on important information.

Strengthen Privacy, Security & Compliance-

The Teams platform is directly connected with the electronic medical record system. This allows working with patient information in a secure fashion, taking down a lot of different barriers the medical field is faced with daily.

Coordinating care in an industry with an increasing number of patients, you lose physical communication. Microsoft Teams improves the flow of critical information. The key aspect of care coordination is ensuring that everyone knows what is going on for the patient and what the best treatment option is. Because the platform is so easy and intuitive, there is more room for collaboration, which translates in giving clinicians the right information and the right tools enabling them to provide the best care possible.

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