Microsoft EMEA Health Blog

Microsoft Corp.This blog is a complementary space to the Microsoft Health Blog and will try exploring, informing, debating and discussing the many issues and opportunities surrounding the adoption and implementation of the latest information technology solutions in healthcare in EMEA region. Microsoft EMEA Health Blog looks forward to sharing experiences and viewpoints in healthcare especially in EMEA and across the world.

Microsoft EMEA Health Blog's latest articles:

  • Overcoming the challenges to eHealth - Brussels seemed to be the center of the world last 2 weeks - several conferences were organized, unfortunately overlapping as topic and time. For example, on the 17th of June, members of COCIR (European Radiological, Electromedical and Healthcare IT Industry) celebrated 50 years of existence of the association and organized a series of ...
  • Trust and usability - the two weak links - I attended last week in Brussels the meeting of the International Insurance Association (AIM) Disease Management group. The AIM is a grouping of autonomous health insurance and social protection bodies operating according to the principles of solidarity and non-profit-making orientation. This meeting was one ...
  • Research in Portugal - My souvenirs about Lisbon were associated with an intense, golden sun light and impeccable blue sky. Unfortunately, my last week visit in Lisbon was accompanied by a gray weather and steady rain. This was not impeaching a group of enthusiasts to assist at the launch of the MICROSOFT RESEARCH CHAIR IN HEALTHCARE ...
  • All roads lead to Rome - Who would think that I would start a health IT blog in Rome? Why not? Rome is hosting one third of the whole art patrimony of the world and it is city that reminds us that the human creativity has no limits. For example, that Rome's Coliseum, a huge amphitheatre which could seat 50,000 people is one among the Seven Wonders of the World and celebrates its 2000 year of existence ...
  • Welcome: Microsoft EMEA Health Blog - On behalf of our entire World Wide Health Team, it is my pleasure to welcome you to Microsoft EMEA health blog ...

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