HealthTech October 21, 2021
Jordan Scott

Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Rhew explained how the company is working to improve patient outcomes through artificial intelligence and cloud computing.

The pandemic has had a major impact on priorities in healthcare, accelerating digital health adoption and innovation. The industry had to pivot quickly, and Microsoft has pivoted with it as the company expands its partnerships in healthcare.

In a HLTH 2021 session titled “How Microsoft is Enabling the Next Generation of Patient Care and Collaboration,” Dr. David Rhew, chief medical officer and vice president of healthcare for worldwide commercial business at Microsoft, spoke about how the company is increasing interoperability and artificial intelligence capabilities in healthcare to improve patient outcomes.

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