IoT devices are transforming how we live and work, with new tech being developed for the consumer market. The opportunities seem endless, but challenges exist in unlocking the data provided.
Investing in technology can help healthcare organizations deliver high-level services and care by leveraging trends like creating frictionless experiences and accelerating data integration.
It's time to imagine what the design of the next-generation, digitally enabled clinical workforce in healthcare looks like, and the key factors are access and equity in care delivery.
In the new world of cyber threats in healthcare, visibility is important and cyber resilience can provide hospitals with solutions to remediate and mitigate in the event of an attack.
Siloed, paper-based approaches to provider onboarding in healthcare create operational inefficiencies and increase the potential for mistakes, delays and regulatory noncompliance.
Broader adoption of digital platforms that allow patients and users to interface with one another can improve each patient's UX and establish deeper trust in the overall healthcare system.
The standardization of patient data won't happen overnight, but with a usable platform and full interoperability both providers and patients stand to gain from better care and lower costs.