Hospital & Healthcare Management September 30, 2023
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The urgency of digitizing healthcare has never been more apparent. Hospitals face mounting pressures due to increased healthcare demand from a global aging population, staff shortages, and the need to deliver higher-quality care. These challenges are driving a long-overdue transformation in healthcare infrastructure. Simultaneously, new software business models are reducing the barriers to adopting technologies that can integrate IT, OT, and medical systems. This integration aims to boost efficiency, flexibility, cost management, productivity, and overall patient experiences. For hospitals, the time to embrace this transformation is now.

However, it’s crucial to acknowledge that many digital transformation initiatives fail, and healthcare, with its complex and fragmented infrastructure, is particularly susceptible to such failures. To establish connected care and enhance operational and...

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Topics: Digital Health, Health System / Hospital, Provider, Technology
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