3 Steps to Approach & Tackle Digital Transformation in Healthcare

3 Steps to Approach & Tackle Digital Transformation in Healthcare

rtificial intelligence (AI) is predicted to save the US healthcare economy $150 billion by 2026. Replacing legacy systems and changing standard operating procedures, hospitals are moving to capitalize on technology and the ways it can change a historically hesitant to change sector. The big question is how fast teams are going to implement changes. 

Healthcare leadership recently reported that their organizations are 60% through their digitalization journey. IT leaders must be leading healthcare to the next frontier by modernizing systems and quelling unnecessary fears about the implementation of new technology.

Future starts with technology

With an impending nursing and physician shortage and COVID-19 pushing hospitals to never before seen levels of care, a digital transformation is no longer an option, it’s a necessity. As IT departments across the country move to bring hesitant leadership and old ways of doing things into the modern-day, innovation is key. Among the many things that COVID-19 forced, finding ways for departments to scale and change quickly may be the most prominent—especially in IT. 




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