Microsoft Awarded as an ‘Healthcare AI Company of the Year’

Microsoft Awarded as an ‘Healthcare AI Company of the Year’ 1

One of the largest Product based IT company Microsoft India has now been named as ‘Indian healthcare Artificial intelligence and Cloud Computing Company of the year’ at the Frost and Sullivan’s 2018 which is India Best Practices Awards held in a Banquet in Mumbai.

In the era of the modern era, Microsoft is bringing some of the latest tools in the field of cloud computing and Artificial Intelligence which helps in the development of novel solutions to make the healthcare much more accessible and also improve the quality of preventive health care.

Microsoft Artificial Intelligence Network is an initiative which aims to accelerate healthcare innovation with the help of cloud computing and AI.

That network now has been become much smarter based ecosystem which includes the eye care, cardiology, and pathology which has also been adopted by some of the leading healthcare organizations in the market.

Congratulating Microsoft India on winning the award, Ankit Goyal, Director, Transformational Health (Healthcare) Practice, Frost & Sullivan said, “India accounts for 17.5% of the world’s population, but carries 20% of the global disease burden. Some of these are preventable conditions, but lack of access to care results in high disease burden. The demand for technologies such as AI and cloud computing that empower healthcare personnel is acute.

But, the lack of right infrastructure prevents efficient implementation. Microsoft India’s unique approach of building an ecosystem of local partners to help them build and scale solutions for the country on the one hand and partnering with large providers and government authorities to implement these solutions on the other, with a focus on the impact on patient health, is commendable.”

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