Ensuring Agility and Connectivity in Today’s Health Care Landscape
“Disruptive change is happening in health care, and we no longer have the luxury of taking many weeks to make a decision,” says Dr. David Zambrana, executive vice president and chief operating officer at Jackson Health System, in Miami-Dade County, Fla. Zambrana’s remark captures a global trend: around the world, health care leaders are calling for technological systems that are easily adaptable to changing conditions, including the sudden expansion of health care needs. That demand may result in more innovative health care models—think subscription-based operations to expand and contract capacity as necessary—as well as digital transformation. In short, it is now imperative for health care technology to be agile and scalable.
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Click here to read the first briefing paper of the series sponsored by Philips, Driving Innovation in Health Care through Strategic Partnerships.
Click here to read the second briefing paper of the series sponsored by Philips, Addressing the Efficiency Imperative in Health Care.
Click here to read the third briefing paper of the series sponsored by Philips, Increasing Care Capacity and Clinical Confidence.