How Patient 360 can help address COVID-19 challenges

COVID-19 has brought unprecedented challenges across all industries, but its impact on healthcare is unparalleled. Without access to testing centers or vaccines, patients and citizens are left with many unanswered questions.  

These unanswered questions have a sizable impact on healthcare — a significant being the contact centers. Hospitals across the globe are hit with higher call volumes than ever before by patients who rightfully want to know if they should come into the hospital to be tested,

Announcing MuleSoft Accelerator for Healthcare

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Solving Healthcare’s Cloud Challenges

cloud healthcare

In our most recent Connectivity Benchmark Report, we surveyed over 951 IT decision makers (ITDMs), and approximately 90% of healthcare IT leaders ranked the adoption of cloud technologies as an “important,” “very important,” or “extremely important” priority for 2017. Why is this so important to the healthcare industry? The typical drivers for cloud adoption (cost savings, better application scalability) are a factor, but there are also industry-specific drivers that have created a sense of urgency around healthcare organizations moving to the cloud.

MuleSoft and Salesforce Health Cloud: Transforming Healthcare at Cloud Speed

September 2 2015

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motif

Salesforce’s Health Cloud announcement today is exciting for patients and clinicians, for healthcare technologists and for integration nerds alike.

For patients and clinicians, Salesforce Health Cloud brings the possibility of precision medicine closer to reality: by delivering proactive patient care coordination, Health Cloud will allow healthcare providers to increase patient satisfaction, improve outcomes and reduce avoidable care.

For healthcare technologists,

Upcoming Webinar – “The Health Cloud”: Are we there yet?

November 5 2013

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motif

In our upcoming MuleSoft webinar, “‘The Health Cloud’: Are we there yet?”, we’ll be talking all about healthcare and the cloud. There has been quite a bit of  talk about a “Health Cloud” which promises to extend the point of care, improve patient outcomes, enable closer clinical collaboration and lower costs, but have healthcare organizations really embraced the cloud? Or is this another case of media hype?