The MedTech service and Microsoft Power BI

In this article, we'll explore using the MedTech service and Microsoft Power Business Intelligence (BI).

The MedTech service and Power BI reference architecture

The reference architecture below shows the basic components of using the Microsoft cloud services to enable Power BI on top of Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) data.

You can even embed Power BI dashboards inside the Microsoft Teams client to further enhance care team coordination. For more information on embedding Power BI in Teams, visit here.

Screenshot of the MedTech service and Power BI.

The MedTech service can ingest IoT data from most IoT devices or gateways whatever the location, data center, or cloud.

We do encourage the use of Azure IoT services to assist with device/gateway connectivity.

Screenshot of the MedTech service, IoT Hub, and Power BI.

For some solutions, Azure IoT Central can be used in place of Azure IoT Hub.

Azure IoT Edge can be used in with IoT Hub to create an on-premises endpoint for devices and/or in-device connectivity.

Screenshot of the MedTech service, IoT Hub, IoT Edge, and Power BI.

Next steps

In this article, you've learned about the MedTech service and Power BI integration.

For an overview of the MedTech service, see

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