Realizing value-based healthcare through digital transformation
Today’s healthcare ecosystem is in the turmoil of disruptive changes. Answering the changes, the theme of tomorrow’s healthcare will move towards population health and precision medicine.
To step forward to a Predictive, Preventive, Personalized, Participatory care, it is essential to transform the siloed structure and enhance the interaction with patients using an end-to end approach.
At Atos, we leverage current disruptive technologies to design and operate digital healthcare platforms to provide better outcomes for patients, clinicians, and society.
Key services for our healthcare clients
Provide life-long patient care with Healthcare Connect and population health management.
A complete solution in data acquisition and analytics to realize personalized treatments and Genomics Health’s life changing work.
What innovations will there be for hospitals in 2025?
Technological advances are gaining ground in the world of healthcare. Connected devices , next- generation robots, artificial intelligence, these topics will be part of the digital hospital of tomorrow. Atos provides Cloud, Cybersecurity, big data solutions, for healthcare organizations, always keeping the patient at the heart of our digital tool design.
Unravelling the mysteries of DNA with Atos Super Computing
Atos supports National Centre of Genomic Analysis through our high performance computing and analysis platforms. By eliminating the bottlenecks that often occur in data analysis, our high performance computing technology is enabling an ever-increasing capacity for more accurate health discoveries, transforming big data into results.
Look Out 2020+ for Healthcare
Which business opportunities and key technologies will shape the future of Healthcare?
Solutions to ensure that personal health data remains confidential in Sint Franciscus hospital.
Creating a digitally enabled organization that provides the highest-quality patient care, education and world-class research.
Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare are fascinating, with machines now able to sense, analyze, diagnose and help with clinical and administrative tasks.
It’s no secret that the healthcare industry is a leading target for cyber criminals. 2017 saw an exponential rise in data breaches affecting both healthcare providers and industry partners.
Many organizations have an aspiration to become paperless. There are huge benefits – for the environment, for efficiency and, of course, for service users themselves.
Ruud van der Loo
VP Global Healthcare market