The number of people who are older than 60 years is expected to more than double by 2015, leading to increased demand for long-term and efficient health care systems.

Many cities are already well on their way towards modernizing their technology infrastructure, but they will continue to face growing challenges as migration trends rise and citizens’ demand for health services increase.

Government must use technology to improve healthcare and social services for every citizen according to their needs. Using Cloud, Big Data, Mobile and Social technologies, government can provide citizen-centric solutions that provide better access to health services from virtually any location.

A new report explains how cities can provide:

– Prompt Health Alerts
– Fast Diagnosis
– Better Risk Assessment
– Prevention
– Condition Management
– Personalised Care

Download this report from Microsoft to find out more.