HealthLeaders Media March 23, 2023
By Eric Wicklund

With ViVE on the doorstep, a new survey finds that healthcare decision-makers are looking for technology that addresses workforce shortages, prepares the health system for a recession and improves data management.


A new survey of some 300 healthcare decision-makers by Intelligent Medical Objects finds that 94% plan to invest in technology that improves workforce management and/or prepares the health system for a potential recession.

Almost all of those surveyed say they’ve lost revenue because of data issues, and want technology that improves data capture and analysis.

Many health systems are also dealing with more than 20 vendors, and are reporting problems with integration, data silos and long implementation times.

Healthcare executives looking to...

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