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Microsoft CityNext empowers you to improve the health of your communities and citizens with solutions that span population health, primary care, remote care, case management, and social benefits administration. Find a partner >
Population health management
Increasingly, patients expect to receive personalized care at the point of need, anytime and anywhere. To meet patient expectations as well as rein in costs, cities and health systems can take advantage of the Microsoft CityNext ecosystem of global partners and cloud, Big Data, mobile and social technologies. Microsoft CityNext solutions help cities, municipalities, and regional governments deliver coordinated care in more ways and places—whether at home, in community centers, or in the workplace.Learn more
Dutch youth care organization enhances client services and reduces costs with cloud-based solution
Remote care and case management
Cities are under pressure to not only improve health services for everyone, but to provide targeted support for specific populations. To create more tailored services, local governments need to analyze social determinants such as environment, resource distribution, social structure, and education.Learn more
Jönköping County Council
Jönköping County Council is building on its reputation for progressive healthcare. It’s using cloud-based identity, device management, and data protection tools in the Microsoft Enterprise…
Primary care services play a basic role in citizens' health because they are the principal point of contact for general care and for obtaining referrals to specialists. Microsoft CityNext solutions—which draw on a platform of cloud, Big Data, mobile and social technologies—can help local governments and health networks improve service delivery.Learn more
GE Healthcare Delivers Core Customer Solutions on the Microsoft Cloud.
Social benefits and administration
Administration processes for social services are still often bogged down by manual processes such as managing paper-based forms that contribute to long wait times. However, local governments of any size can improve efficiency with Microsoft CityNext solutions that automate manual processes and streamline workflow.Learn more
Cloud-Deployed Pilot Opens the Door for Effective Self-Service Healthcare Management Reporting.
Personal health and wellness
Cities are facing a rising tide of health threats such as mental health issues, obesity, alcohol abuse, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, and stress. These threats, combined with employment challenges and demographic shifts, significantly affect quality of life as well as the economic well-being of communities. Powered by resources including a diverse partner network, cloud, Big Data, mobile and social technologies, Microsoft CityNext solutions help governments create innovative solutions that improve public health.Learn more
Swedish researchers build dyslexia screening tool with cloud-based analytics solution
Cities, municipalities, and entire regions are increasingly confronted with healthcare crises—including influenza virus outbreaks, foodborne illness, and more—that require epidemic and pandemic management. Microsoft CityNext solutions help local governments meet these challenges by taking advantage of a diverse partner network and a platform that includes cloud, Big Data, mobile and social technologies.Learn more
Technology upgrade helps healthcare providers control infection and save lives.
A partner-led approach to city transformation
Microsoft CityNext works with more than 300 partners around the world to help cities and its citizens function smarter using today’s advanced technology
Creating healthier cities in the mobile era
Mobile technology can help home healthcare providers improve patient care, while dramatically lowering costs
The world in 2026: how should we care for the…
2026 may feel far away, but with incremental changes starting now, we can vastly improve healthcare for the elderly.
Putting people first for public health and human services
ISM brings together IT leaders who are members of the American Public Human Services Association, an organization dedicated to excellence in state and local agency…