No doubt, adhering to correct process flows may be one of the biggest concerns among healthcare providers, from hospitals and clinics to nursing home and retirement facilities. Instilling quality control measures from admission throughout the patient-care phase to followups is critical to successful outcomes.
Health entities striving to maintain their high level of care can face a huge obstacles when legacy programs are in place. For users of the Microsoft Dynamics GP cloud ERP platform, ‘Care Coordination’ takes on new meaning when integrating Microsoft’s CRM software with GP: Care plans, medication and past inquiries can be accessed for better collaboration between patient and the caregiver team.
Caregivers using the Dynamics ERP/CRM database management system can not only review patient appointments through Outlook—on-premise or mobile—but also review patient records on a Dynamics mobile app. In addition, surface tablets can utilize a OneNote notebook for real-time collaboration with other team members about a patient’s progress
Using Dynamics GP Cloud Software in the Microsoft Azure Cloud
Moreover, by using Dynamics GP cloud software in the Microsoft Azure cloud, organizations can further streamline their patient care models through the software’s Web Client access from mobile and tablet devices.
A two-year old study on cloud computing posted on the Forbes website indicated, then, that “83% of healthcare organizations” IT executives were using cloud-based apps. This year, a survey of healthcare executives released in June revealed that 77 percent of healthcare organizations plan to use the public cloud for Tier 1 applications.
One example of using the cloud for team collaboration is through the implementation of Skype-for-business. This system provides secure messaging between doctors, including secure voice and video capabilities.
Contact us to learn more about the Dynamics GP cloud and CRM. Ask us how this software can be used in even the smallest of healthcare practices.