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Salesforce expands Health Cloud with new innovations

Salesforce Health Cloud
New Health Cloud Care Gaps enables providers to monitor a patient’s adherence to a care plan and proactively fill gaps to keep treatments on trackClosing Care Gaps: Identifying and addressing gaps in care can be difficult and complex. Care Gaps provides an efficient way to monitor and close gaps in a patient’s treatment plan.
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New Health Cloud Assessments allows providers to manage the progress of outpatient care by delivering personalized surveys to patients and automating next steps based on responsesCare Management with Assessments: Assessments utilizes personalized online surveys to collect patient data, which can be used to monitor how a treatment is progressing and whether any intervention is needed.
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Salesforce AppExchange extends the power of Health Cloud with new partner solutions:
Formativ Health
Health Hero
Hexaware
Intervent
LiveData
MCG Health
PokitDok
Sansoro Health

Salesfroce Health Cloud

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How CEO Marc Benioff drives relentless forward thinking at Salesforce

Mark BenioffInnovation, like creativity, is an amorphous concept. It’s the holy grail of business, but achieving it—even merely explaining it—is lightning-in-a-bottle difficult.

In that way, Salesforce (CRM, -0.41%) is a major outlier. Despite the fact that its products are mundane business productivity tools, Salesforce has nevertheless managed to bake innovation into its very corporate fiber. It’s a company that was innovative in the way it started doing business, in how it sold its products, and in the articulation of its corporate mission.

Indeed, asking cofounder and CEO Marc Benioff, 53, to describe how Salesforce is innovative is a bit like asking Plácido Domingo to hum a few bars of a favorite aria. With little provocation Benioff will rattle off the three ways Salesforce has been a trailblazer since its inception nearly two decades ago. “I think our top three are a ­technology model which is now known as the cloud, the subscription business model, and our 1-1-1 model,” he says, referring to the company’s philanthropic ­commitment to give away 1% each of equity, products, and employee hours. Click here for more… (by Adam Lashinsky)