Digital maturity continues to be a key priority for health systems around the world, as a way to improve clinical and financial outcomes but also as a way to build resilience in times of crisis. However, most indexes only propose a hospital-centric and partial view of digital maturity and fail to take into account key stakeholders and their contributions to a broader health ecosystem. An ecosystem that connects clinicians and provider teams with people, enabling them to manage their health and wellness using digital tools in a secure and private environment whenever and wherever care is needed. An ecosystem where operational and care delivery processes are outcomes-driven, informed by data and real-world evidence to achieve exceptional quality, safety and performance that is sustainable. Starting with common challenges facing health systems around the world, this session will discuss the need of a new blueprint for digital health transformation; one that can measure progress toward the digital maturity of the health ecosystem as a whole with the goal of engaging people in their individualized care to improve outcomes as well as health system capacity and viability into the future: governance and workforce, predictive analytics, interoperability and person-enabled health.
Learn how a broader look on digital maturity can not only improve clinical and financial but also build the resilience of health systems.
Realise the importance of integrating four dimensions into the concept of digital maturity: governance and workforce, predictive analytics, interoperability and person-enabled health.
Learn how a broader view of digital maturity can not only improve clinical and financial outcomes but also build the resilience of health systems.