HealthIT Answers June 6, 2024
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The world of health care is on the cusp of a revolution. Patients can conduct medical check-ups from the comfort of their homes using virtual platforms. Their medical records can be accessed and shared across all their healthcare providers at the click of a button. And their recovery journey is accelerated by AI-powered wearable devices that generate real-time insights.

Unfortunately, these technological advancements cannot mask the fact that the digital transformation in the healthcare sector is more piecemeal than desired. Health organizations are evolving at an uneven pace, with just 51% of industry CEOs affirming that their digitization initiatives are meeting objectives such as better patient satisfaction and improved patient outcomes.

That change has sputtered across the sector is not...

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