The Art of the Possible Practical: Five Lessons for Navigating the Journey to a Digital Hospital

The Art of the Possible Practical: Five Lessons for Navigating the Journey to a Digital Hospital

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Rapidly evolving technologies, together with Covid-19, demographic and economic impacts, are changing hospitals all over the world. With aging infrastructure in some countries and almost universal demand for more beds, hospital executives and governments are rethinking their strategy and create hospitals without borders.

Most health systems and organizations are still early in their evolution of digital hospitals for a number of reasons. Firstly, creating a digital hospital demands considerable financial and emotional investment; the optimization and orchestration process is complex, and it takes a long time.

Secondly, the focus of organizations in creating a digital hospital should not be on technology or shiny point solutions.

Harness artificial intelligence and machine learning early, with proofs of value to generate actionable insights that deliver identified and measurable outcomes, aligned with the quadruple aim.

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