https://www.chipsoft.com/news/13A Microsoft partner: HiX based on Microsoft platform



A Microsoft partner: HiX based on Microsoft platformhttps://www.chipsoft.com/news/13A Microsoft partner: HiX based on Microsoft platform<div class="ExternalClass8AE703FFB8A744D38FBB7C6F8B192E61"><p><strong>ChipSoft is proud to be a Microsoft partner. Our excellent cooperation contributes to our continued ability to offer innovative solutions to the healthcare sector. HiX is based on the Microsoft platform and integrates a wide variety from the innovative Microsoft product portfolio. This enables ChipSoft to deliver a comprehensive, innovative, and future-proof</strong><strong> </strong><strong>Electronic Healthcare Records (EHR). It includes</strong> <strong>intelligent eHealth solutions to support patient oriented treatment and administrative processes within a single seamless workflow. All varieties of healthcare institutions can be supported, including those with multiple locations. </strong></p><p>Microsoft's operating system is widely applied in healthcare organisations which creates a perfect fit for the ChipSoft solution. It allows the creation of an ideal environment to optimize the look and feel of the product and enhance usability. </p><p>The ChipSoft solution is designed to be intuitive, quick, simple, informative, motivating and flexible. ChipSoft's dedicated 'user experience team' applies these principles in order to safeguard that these objectives are already met during design and development phase. <br></p><p><em>"Microsoft provides us with proven solutions and innovative technology so we can deliver Health IT solutions of the most innovative level."</em></p><p><em></em>- Hans Mulder, ChipSoft CEO</p><p><br></p></div>2017-08-24T22:00:00Z

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