How Dynamics 365 Remote Assist Enables Shared Surgery in Underserved Communities

Mount Sinai Health System is on a mission to bring vital surgical care to underserved populations around the world. What's the strategy? In this customer story, Mount Sinai's Department of Surgery Chair and Surgeon-in-Chief describes how Microsoft Teams, Dynamics 365 Remote Assist and HoloLens 2 enables the hospital system to create sustainable programs of surgical care for billions of people who lack access. How can leading-edge Microsoft technologies help you change the world? @MSFTDynamics365 @MicrosoftTeams

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At Mount Sinai Health System hospitals in metropolitan New York, patients can access the expertise of specialists and surgeons who use leading-edge techniques and technology to deliver exceptional care. It’s a level of care that’s out of reach for many people with more than 5 billion — the majority of people on the planet — not having access to simple surgical procedures. Dr. Michael L. Marin, Mount Sinai Health System’s Chairman of the Department of Surgery and Surgeon-in-Chief is on a mission to resolve this large-scale issue by using sustainable technologies to bring vital surgical care to underserved populations around the world. Today, Mount Sinai uses Microsoft technologies including Dynamics 365 Remote Assist to develop lasting methods of care to radically transform how surgical care is delivered. Read the customer story to learn from the experience.

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