Introducing Salesforce Health cloud

Salesforce is launching a health care platform / service (Salesforce Health Cloud)

Not an EMR but a CRM and interface platform that connects to EMR providers.

Salesforce independent software vendors (ISVs) MuleSoft, and Optum, and systems integrators (SIs)Accenture, Deloitte, PwC, and Persistent, support the solution by providing data and other technical integration solutions with leading medical IT systems, such as Epic, Cerner, GE Healthcare, and others.


1. Complete Patient View

2. Smarter Patient Management

3. Connected Patient Engagement


The Affordable Care Act and outcome-based reimbursement policies create mandates and incentives for providers, payers, medical device and pharmaceutical companies to focus more on patient care and satisfaction. At the same time, patient expectations for information, interaction and access have risen dramatically

To succeed, the industry needs to evolve from a focus on medical records management to a focus on patient relationships. This is the clear path to improving patient satisfaction, delivering high-quality patient care, controlling avoidable costs and improving outcomes. Yet providers today are burdened by legacy systems and are challenged to make the shift to healthcare that is 1-to-1, smart and connected to patient needs. Salesforce Health Cloud uses the power of the cloud, social and mobile technologies to create an environment that enables everyone from admins to patients to specialists to get the information they need at any time and on any device. Curious what the platform is really capable of? This e-book explores the three core advantages of the new Salesforce Health Cloud: • Complete patient view • Smarter patient management • Connected patient engagement

Salesforce Health Cloud – Giving healthcare providers the ability to go beyond health records and build stronger relationships with patients.

“78% of patients are unsatisfied with the U.S. healthcare system.” -Deloitte Survey of U.S. Health Consumers, 2012

“63% of millennials would be interested in proactively providing their health data from wearables to their doctors, so they can monitor their well-being.” -Salesforce “State of the Connected Patient” Report, 2015

“71% of millennials expect to use mobile apps to manage their healthcare, yet most healthcare systems aren’t equipped to provide this option.” -Salesforce “State of the Connected Patient” Report, 2015

To learn more visit Salesforce at HIMSS 2016 in Las Vegas