As with many IT initiatives, governance and finding the right partner are critical when it comes to data archiving. But what’s just as important, according to our panelists, is communicating what exactly it means.
It’s no longer a “snapshot” world. Through the rapid advancement of wearables and IoT, providers now have access to “constant monitoring,” which offers benefits in providing a more accurate care picture, but also comes with challenges.
The challenges that stand in the way of presenting actionable data at the point of care aren’t all technical, according to our panelists, who discussed how they’re overcoming issues like distrust, and how cloud can make an impact.
Forget what you think you know. The private cloud approach, particularly in the context of EHR as a service, can “deliver an on-premise solution that provides a cloud-like experience,” said Aivars Apsite of HPE during a recent webinar.
By fast-tracking digital health solutions, the pandemic has inadvertently forced organizations to “really look at the data,” and make sure it’s actionable, accessible, and sustainable enough to drive the industry forward, said our panelists.