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FiveP, QTec and Utilitise IT have come together to bring Microsoft Teams to a Melbourne hospital on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic effort. The trio worked together to bring the vendor’s collaboration software to 8,500 healthcare staff at Austin Hospital, helping them maintain strict social distancing during the crisis. Originally planning the Teams deployment over six months, the hospital tapped Melbourne-based unified communications specialist Qtec Systems to install Microsoft Teams-ready devices in 14 rooms
Through the support of a Geelong workplace transition specialist, Mammoth Health last week completed moving its range of clinical and advisory services and an extensive retail offering to online. Business owner Mary Petherick said Mammoth Health started offering online consultations about four weeks ago. “Because we have transitioned it so easily to online, none of our patients have dropped off, and this is when our patients need us the most,” she said. The Highton store,
Published: https://www.livetiles.nyc/5-reasons-to-leverage-microsoft-teams-for-healthcare-collaborationPatient healthcare information has evolved quickly with the advent of EHR systems and patient portals, but messaging capabilities still leave a lot to be desired. Physicians often turn to commercial messaging products that are not designed to ensure the security of protected patient information (PHI) they are sharing. In an effort to speed provider communications and collaboration providers have inadvertently put their organizations at serious risk for security, compliance, and patient data privacy violations.
Published on Microsoft.com ·        Employees spend four hours a week on tech issues ·        One in four employees believe IT management is redundant ·        Nearly half of employees search the internet for tech assistance SYDNEY – November 1, 2017 – Today Microsoft is announcing the general availability of Microsoft 365 Business, purpose-built for small and medium business. The launch signals a significant step in facilitating scale and growth for Australian businesses with up to 300 employees, many of whom
Published on Microsoft.com A growing population and rapidly ageing demographic are combining to place significant challenges and pressures on health care firstline workers – the people who engage with patients directly – and management. Despite differences in their day-to-day responsibilities, new research from Microsoft Australia released today has revealed that firstline workers and business managers in the health care sector experience similar workplace pressures. In an online survey commissioned by Microsoft and conducted by research