Healthcare IT News April 15, 2021
Thiru Gunasegaran

The report includes data from hospitals in Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.

A majority of hospitals in the Asia-Pacific region are planning to increase their spending on digitalisation in the next three years to minimise medical errors and raise patient satisfaction, a regional survey found.

The survey conducted by L.E.K. Consulting with over 400 hospital executives identified trends that are defining APAC hospitals’ priorities and how they have adapted during COVID-19.


One of these trends is the accelerating adoption of digital health solutions, which are primarily used to strengthen doctors’ services. For example, one in four hospitals in Australia, China and Singapore are already employing digital health solutions, the top two of...

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