The new solution will help Salesforce's healthcare ecosystem deliver success with cost-efficient tools and automation to help increase productivity
Using Salesforce Health Cloud, more than 10,000 Medicaid service providers and 200 community organizations will gain complete views of their patients.
These innovations enable healthcare providers to better convert prospective patients, better manage patient risk and easily segment patient populations for efficient outreach.
The platform puts all patient information in one place, including a Timeline view, demographic and family information, and a diagram of the extended care team.
The system is said to be the first to collect and connect data from electronic medical records, multiple personal health devices and patient self-reported data.
New product enables providers to get a complete view of the patient, make smarter care decisions, and engage with patients across their caregiver networks.
Modern technology will pressure healthcare providers to embed more social, mobile and cloud technologies in their day-to-day interactions with patients.
The company which is known for its Software-as-as-Service offering has been hiring key personnel with plans to carve out a $1 billion annual business.