Digital Health

Connect care teams and patientsTowards effective integrated care and care continuity 

Health systems struggle with fragmented systems of care. Interoperability between hospitals' and primary care physicians’ data is often lacking, resulting in

  • information loss during care transitions
  • variable access for patients to the right clinician at the right time
  • problems with patient data availability for developing care plans.

To enable effective integrated care, patients, hospital physicians and referrers should have access to relevant data sets via secure digital front doors. Caregivers should be supported with remote assistance and telehealth and home monitoring should be used to improve patient outcomes.

A central, smart platform with real time, secure information flow can enable care continuity.

1   Enable patient

2   Expand

3   Build a secure
digital front door

4   Foster knowledge

5   Support

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    Redefining telehealth: There is more to telehealth than virtual consultations. Through the strategic use of telehealth technologies along the entire patient pathway, health systems could reduce inefficiencies and achieve their growth objectives without increasing their footprint.

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    Scaling  up and sustaining the digital transformation of U.S. hospitals brought about by COVID-19
    Virtual ward rounds involve more clinical experts and families: Two experts share their insights on the potential of virtual ward rounds before, during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.

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    Where do you stand when it comes to data capabilities? Read “How are innovators driving digital transformation in healthcare” and assess the digital maturity of your organization.

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