Microsoft and UNI/CARE Systems will work together to enhance coordinated care and information sharing in health and human services by pairing UNI/CARE's Pro-Filer 2011 electronic health record (EHR) with Dynamics CRM 2011, Microsoft announced.
"Pro-Filer 2011 is an ONC-Authorized Testing and Certification Bodies fully certified EHR for public and behavioral health, utilized across appx. 500 agencies in 42 states. With CRM 2011, the combined technology platform will break down silos across agencies, departments and programs, such as behavioral health, public health, child and family services, primary care, and corrections and rehabilitation, to facilitate collaboration, coordinate services, help improve quality and outcomes, and enhance efficiencies."
CRM 2011 will provide agencies with one common view into Pro-Filer 2011 through a familiar, easy-to-use interface.
CRM 2011 provides one development platform across states and multiple agencies. Over time, states can migrate legacy systems and disparate applications such as state reporting and transaction systems onto the platform to provide one comprehensive view into citizen and consumer needs across departments.
Microsoft Connected Health and Human Services Alliance will offer this combined solution to its network of multivendor partners. The alliance is focused on connecting disparate state and jurisdictional health and human services systems to give providers one comprehensive view into citizen and consumer needs.