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The Regional Government Emergency Response and Monitoring Solution

This Microsoft Power Platform solution will help state and local governments to track and report on available beds, equipment in use, COVID cases, personal protective equipment such as masks and goggles as well as the status of the staff for all facilities within a region.

Facilities, healthcare agencies and governments will have access to real-time dashboards that visualize aggregate data, creates situational awareness across all of organizations within the region and creates transparency up and down the hierarchy.

Designed based on needs of regional decision makers, today it is being used by the Washington Department of Health and rapidly being deployed to every hospital across the state.

Please help us spread the word and we hope Power Platform partners will lean in to help regional and state agencies around the world make use of this solution to manage the current pandemic. On behalf of the Microsoft Team, we'd like to express our sincere gratitude to all frontline healthcare workers and providers.  Author: by Sangya Singh/Linked In


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