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For healthcare providers
Atos leverages current and future disruptive technologies to design and operate digital healthcare platforms to provide better outcomes for patients, clinicians and society. Our aim is to help reduce long term care costs and improve efficiencies wherever possible.
We help you respond to changes in service demands and innovate at speed, from proof of concept through to business norm. Delivering operational efficiencies and improving patient and staff experiences through digitally enabled, collaborative and connected care.
For healthcare payers
Atos helps drive operational efficiencies to reduce costs and improve your member experience through digitally-enabled healthcare payer solutions, specifically for the health insurance industry. We help to harness the power of data to improve healthcare outcomes and move from individual patient care towards population health.
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Healthcare provider key challenges
Reducing the cost of care and improving efficiency
Improving patient and staff experience
Driving the speed of innovation
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Healthcare payer key challenges
Acquire and retain members
Drive operational efficiencies
Reduce the cost of care for members
Peeking Ahead to 2021, Healthcare Leaders Moving to Cloud Find More Value and Less Risk
The healthcare industry has been hesitant to adopt cloud solutions- asking tough questions about return on investment, security, and data governance. As we peek ahead to 2021, we are seeing significant momentum and interest in cloud. In 2019, the global Healthcare Cloud Computing market size was $21 billion. It is expected to reach $64 billion by the end of 2026. What has changed and how can leaders best manage this transformation?
Published on Healthcare IT Today, 7th January 2021
Author: Dr. Heather Haugen, Chief Science Office in Healthcare & Life Sciences, Atos
The Twin of Healthcare and Life Sciences
Healthcare and Life Science organizations are turning to digital twin technology to help reduce time to markets, lower drug cost development, and ensure higher quality of products. By pairing the virtual and the physical worlds, you can more easily analyze data and monitor systems to stop problems before they even occur.
Listen to Niels Thomsen, VP & Global Head of the Insight (IoT & AI) Practice, and David Sele, Consultant and Business Developer – IoT at Atos, discuss how digital twin technology is not only helping with drug development but how large amount of data from IoT medical devices use the solution to make better decisions.