As technology plays a larger role in how care is delivered, it will shift the entire structure of healthcare, including the roles of patients and physicians in seven key ways, says Robert Sundelius.
Although it may seem like the two are at odds, the concepts of high-tech and high-touch can actually work in perfect harmony, says Bill Russell, who believes healthcare can learn a lot from finance in this area.
Ten years ago, ACOs and HIEs were the next big thing. Now, it’s data warehousing and analytics tools that have the potential to change the way care is practiced and business is conducted, says CIO Jason Bray.
Forget the usual list of predictions. The most important move for every health system in 2018 is to ensure you have a platform – and not just an EHR platform, says Bill Russell.
One of the most common – and costly – mistakes health systems are making? Pursing an analytics solution without first laying out the strategic roadmap for a supportive ecosystem of people, process and governance, says Rich Pollack.