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Bill Crounse, MD, HealthBlog

Posted on | September 22, 2000 | 2 Comments

Thoughts, comments, news, and reflections about healthcare IT from Microsoft’s worldwide health director Bill Crounse, MD, on how information technology can improve healthcare delivery and services around the world.

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Bill Crounse, MD
Director, Worldwide Health
Microsoft Corporation

Bill Crounse, MD, is Worldwide Health Director for the Microsoft Corporation. He is responsible for providing thought leadership, vision, and strategy for Microsoft technologies and solutions in the healthcare provider industry. Dr. Crounse travels nationally and internationally to evangelize the use of information technology as a way to improve care quality and safety, and the satisfaction of those who provide and receive it.


2 Responses to “Bill Crounse, MD, HealthBlog”

  1. Robert T
    January 14th, 2010 @ 12:44 pm

    Technology helped me research medical insurance. I was moving cross the country. If was not for the internet I would not have the most cost effective insurance. I think the most important aspect is to know where you are financially. Then you need to do budget and browse through insurance companies. Calculate your monthly household income and then subtract your monthly household expenses to find out what you can afford for insurance. You might be able to afford 25 percent of what you have left over each month and no more. It’s about analyzing the health of your family and then determining what you need. Obviously, you wouldn’t need maternity Medical Insurance if no one in your family is pregnant. Please, take the time to think about the kind of insurance you need. Call your doctor’s office and find out what type of insurance they accept because you might have to find a new doctor if they are not in the plan. This might bring some insurance plans into consideration for you and might even stop you from having to conduct a long and exhaustive search for insurance plans. One of the companies I discovered and they were helpful. They even turned me on to another company.

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