Voices of Healthcare Cloud brings you “FHIR Power”

Published Oct 20 2021 02:37 PM 1,178 Views
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Voices of Healthcare Cloud is a webinar series hosted by myself, @Vasu Sharma & @Joshua Thompson. My name is Shelly Avery, I am currently a Dir, Healthcare Specialist for Health and Life Sciences focusing on the largest Payor and Provider customers in the US, Vasu is a Sr Customer Success Manager for Microsoft 365 for Health and Life Sciences & Josh is a Sr Account Executive for Healthcare. The goal of this webinar series is to showcase how Healthcare is seeing positive business and clinical outcomes with cloud technology. 

 

We will be bringing new and creative solutions to you at least once a month, so we hope you tune in live or catch the on-demand recording after the session is completed. 

 

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For our next session, we will be joined by Aruna Ranganathan a Sr Healthcare Solution Architect at Microsoft. She will be presenting “FHIR Power”, how FHIR interoperability unleashes low code/no code for your citizen developers.  

 

Aruna is one of our health data interoperability experts and can go really deep on our Healthcare APIs, but for this session, she will make it real for all our citizen developers by showing how the Microsoft Power Platform can be used with data brought in via our FHIR API.   

 

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During the session we will do an overview of FHIR and how Microsoft Cloud for Health can help aggregate data in FHIR, do an overview of the Microsoft Power Platform, and finally showcase a few solutions using the Power Platform that leverage FHIR Data.  

 

If you want to dig deeper into this, we have a FHIR Power Hack you could try out. Check it out here.  

 

This session has happened in the past, please see the recording here: 

 

Here are the resources that were shared during the session: 

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