healthcare providers to share clinical data electronically and provide
that clinical data to the consumer through a Web-based portal on
Microsoft .NET, helping them use technology as the catalyst to provide
their consumers and patients with high-quality, consumer-directed
care. Netsmart is planning to use the framework model to enhance its
patient portal via an interface to HealthVault, Microsoft's consumer
health records platform. In addition, a sampling of key Netsmart Vital
Records management deployments on Microsoft SQL Server include New
Jersey, Maryland, South Dakota, Nevada, Illinois, Florida, the Virgin
Islands, Nebraska, Ohio and Kentucky.
-- Nets to Ladders' customer relationship management (CRM)-based hosted
platform, Benefits Enrollment Network, streamlines access to public
benefit programs, including food stamps and Medicaid, by empowering
community-based organizations to screen and submit applications from
their constituents to state agencies much more quickly and accurately.
The United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta found that integrating benefits
into the screening tool increases collaboration among community
organizations and state agencies, which also benefit from the tracking
and accountability. Nets to Ladders' solution embraces the core
infrastructure of the Connected HHS Framework and is based on
Microsoft's connection-oriented transport service platform for
Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
-- NWN Corp. helps government HHS organizations connect the dots. Every
state and local government faces the same issue: how to weld a
fragmented, often aging tangle of human service systems and processes
into a simple, coherent set of services that meet constituents' needs.
|SOURCE Microsoft Corp.|
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