Today, healthcare stands at the brink of an exciting new world.
Technology has now advanced to a level where healthcare organizations can do things smarter and faster than ever before. The benefits are considerable, as are the challenges, but digital transformation is not the only answer.
Organizations around the world are looking at business change and technology that will shape future healthcare models. This new report brings together the latest thinking from across global healthcare systems with personal perspectives from healthcare executives and industry experts, analysts and advisors.
Lessons from global healthcare leaders
Find out about the challenges facing healthcare executives today and into the future.
Consumerization, accountability and innovation.
Exploring the rise of the digital patient and the trends driving the future of healthcare.
About the Provider – COMING SOON
Future hospitals, service delivery at scale and security.
Charting the development of the smart digital hospital and how to turn vision into reality.
The connected patient
As patients become ever-more empowered ‘consumers’, expectations are rising and demands for new experiences and greater ownership are growing. This blog explores the implications for providers.
Charting the trends
Providing a whistle-stop tour of the future trends in health as detailed in the eBook, this infographic offers the perfect pre-read if you’re pressed for time.
Key trends driving the future of healthcare
If today is all about building back better and getting the ‘digital’ basics right, tomorrow is all about experience, prediction, and innovation. This eBook explores the hot issues driving the future of healthcare.
The Doctor’s View – Breaking down longstanding barriers to improve care
Dr Hugo Stephenson, an Australian doctor and biotech services entrepreneur, argues that making the most of today’s digital opportunities may mean tearing down some of the foundations upon which the healthcare sector has been built.
The Executive’s View – Driving the digital transformation agenda
Joanna Smith, Group Chief Informatics Officer at the UK’s Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, shares her views on how to translate digital innovation into outcomes that deliver lasting improvements in the provision of healthcare.
The CIO’s View – The critical role of the member experience
Eric Decker, Chief Information Officer of Independent Health, discusses current priorities and plans to enhance the digital journey for his 350,000 members.