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Digital transformation can help healthcare providers determine which diseases patients are likely to develop and how different treatments will work.
FREMONT, CA: Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming synonymous with innovation in the medical industry. The real power of AI lies in precision medicine, medical imaging, drug discovery, and genomics. In addition to improving patient outcomes, big data also reduces the cost of treating patients through more effective treatments. Digital technologies are generating more patient data in hospitals every day. Preventive exams, screenings, and monitoring are less likely to be forgotten or double documented with electronic medical records (EMR). Data from electronic health records (EHRs) is aggregated and processed using predictive analytics in healthcare. Health data can be collected in real-time by wearable devices. Patients who want more health information are also boosting the wearable medical device market.
EHR and digital transformation
Digital transformation brings together strong healthcare expertise, technical know-how, and a track record of successful change management. In the transformation phase, which lasts from the beginning of the project to the realization of benefits, they work closely with clients and serve as a liaison between system developers and healthcare specialists. They can assist their patients with strategy work, project management, company development, and deployment.
Fusion of IT and medical technology
It develops technological strategies, governance frameworks, and operational models to assist hospitals and healthcare institutions across the globe. Medtech equipment and IT systems are increasingly interconnected and linked. The strictest security standards protect any data shared between Medtech and IT.
IT system transformation for new business models
It is essential to develop a framework for adapting IT systems in the healthcare industry to new business models by combining expertise and experience in strategy, business, technology, and master data. Closely cooperating with the medical staff and IT departments provides the client with project and program management, stakeholder analysis, implementation, communication, and change management.
Benefits management strategies engage stakeholders, classify, document, and model the benefits they seek to deliver by fusing our knowledge of what works with best practice approaches. The benefits management methodology is successfully used in the public sector, including various digital transformation programs. It assures timely and accurate reporting to provide the best possibility of reaching their targeted outcomes and benefits.