SharePoint will soon be able to provide users with a unified portal to manage their healthcare, which is the future of healthcare IT.
The news comes courtesy of a post on the SharePoint team blog by Ben Laughlin, VP of Business Operations at Accelera, who has recently joined Microsoft’s IT team.
“When we look at how to deliver the best experiences for our customers and manage the complexity of their IT infrastructure, we realized that a unified experience was the answer,” Laughlin said.
“Our first priority is to deliver an experience that works across devices and devices in different sizes, and across all Windows Insiders, with no single device being the only device.”
This is a big opportunity for the team.
We have seen an opportunity for SharePoint to evolve and become a more modern solution for managing healthcare, and this is a huge win for our team,” he added.
Microsoft is currently testing out a new version of SharePoint that will be used for healthcare IT and Accelero is also working on a cloud-based version of the platform.
In a blog post last month, Acceleri wrote that its cloud version of its SharePoint application was currently “in the process of being updated to support the upcoming Microsoft Edge browser.”