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New Era of Healthcare Innovation

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New Era of Healthcare Innovation

[lead]The healthcare industry is experiencing perhaps its most rapid pace of innovation ever. Understandably, this shift has been driven in part by technology, with new innovations presenting tantalizing value for health care. Yet the time has also come to shift the emphasis from providers and doctors to patients and their data.[/lead]Virtualized, modernized infrastructure enables a primary focus on patients by making other technological innovations available to health care leaders. Connected medical devices in the Internet of Things are enhancing the functional delivery of care, while digital clinical workspaces are transforming the practical delivery of care. Electronic health records (which have been used long enough that they could be considered legacy technology) keep everyone -- from insurance companies to doctors to patients -- in the loop, and they're especially critical for serving high-risk patients or those with chronic conditions.It is a collective challenge, and opportunity, that all players in health care must embrace. Healthcare organizations must be committed to sound business strategies that prioritize patient outcomes and efficiently consider new technologies because they are useful, not just because they are new. Industry vendors must honor those strategies by offering solutions that satisfy payer and provider demands and counsel that guides tech modernization in support of care missions while stringently securing sensitive systems and patient data against cyber threats.Key Takeaway: Latest trend in Healthcare industry Why there is change in the trends? How does innovation relevant to embrace patient benefits.Who should attend Startups Doctors Healthcare Players DigitalHealth Innovators Risk Takers

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New Era of Healthcare Innovation

May 23, 2018 12:00 AM

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[lead]The healthcare industry is experiencing perhaps its most rapid pace of innovation ever. Understandably, this shift has been driven in part by technology, with new innovations presenting tantalizing value for health care. Yet the time has also come to shift the emphasis from providers and doctors to patients and their data.[/lead]Virtualized, modernized infrastructure enables a primary focus on patients by making other technological innovations available to health care leaders. Connected medical devices in the Internet of Things are enhancing the functional delivery of care, while digital clinical workspaces are transforming the practical delivery of care. Electronic health records (which have been used long enough that they could be considered legacy technology) keep everyone -- from insurance companies to doctors to patients -- in the loop, and they're especially critical for serving high-risk patients or those with chronic conditions.It is a collective challenge, and opportunity, that all players in health care must embrace. Healthcare organizations must be committed to sound business strategies that prioritize patient outcomes and efficiently consider new technologies because they are useful, not just because they are new. Industry vendors must honor those strategies by offering solutions that satisfy payer and provider demands and counsel that guides tech modernization in support of care missions while stringently securing sensitive systems and patient data against cyber threats.Key Takeaway: Latest trend in Healthcare industry Why there is change in the trends? How does innovation relevant to embrace patient benefits.Who should attend Startups Doctors Healthcare Players DigitalHealth Innovators Risk Takers

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