Inspire 2018: Microsoft plans preview of new Dynamics 365-focused AI and data services updates, ISV co-sell improvements

Microsoft will begin offering industry-specific extension to the Common Data Model, starting with healthcare. Microsoft corporate vice president Alysa Taylor announced the plans, along with a range of other Inspire 2018-related updates in a new blog post.

The new Microsoft Health Accelerator contains pre-built dashboards, workflows, and sample data, as well as other tools to help partners build and deploy new healthcare solutions, according to Taylor. It is designed to help companies "implement applications mapping to pre-defined business and healthcare entities."

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