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Microsoft to Showcase Innovative Solutions for Healthcare Providers and Consumers at HIMSS 2008 Annual Conference & Exhibition

recent collaborative development

effort between Spectrum Health, Cerner Corp. and

Microsoft, the MyStation system empowers patients to take

an active role in their care. The entertainment component

of the system, powered by Microsoft Windows Media Center

and Xbox 360, provides a positive diversion for patients,

allowing them to listen to music, play video games and

watch movies or live TV.

* Caregiver collaboration. Microsoft unified communications

technologies can reduce medical errors, improve quality

care delivery and safety, and increase productivity for

health organizations. These solutions provide care team

members with quick access to information and to each other

through a familiar interface that is available on a

variety of devices and platforms.

* MS-HUG Awards ceremony. Microsoft and the Microsoft

Healthcare Users Group (MS-HUG) will host a ceremony to

unveil the winners of the 11th Annual MS-HUG Awards on

Feb. 25 at 5:30 p.m. EST. The awards recognize healthcare

organizations and individuals that exhibit the best use of

Microsoft-based products, as well as independent software

vendors and systems integrators that develop solutions on

Microsoft technology for the healthcare industry.

When: Feb. 24-28, 2008

Where: Orange County Convention Center

Booth 2247

9860 Universal Blvd.

Orlando, FL 32819-8706

Who: Steve Shihadeh, general manager, Microsoft Health Solutions



SOURCE Microsoft Corp.
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
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