With healthcare organizations increasingly embracing digital, learn how doctor-patient relationship will be the cornerstone of your digital transformation strategy
Next-generation digital health technology is bringing seismic changes to the healthcare sector. As for investment levels for 2020, if the global pandemic has highlighted anything, it is the value of high-quality remote care solutions. As doctors and patients alike get to grips with new devices, systems, and ways of working, it is becoming clear digital health is also re-defining the doctor-patient relationship. As healthcare organizations increasingly embrace digital, the doctor-patient relationship should be the cornerstone of your digital transformation strategy.
However, there are some hurdles to overcome. Leveraging data to its fullest potential requires access to data, and as many people and organizations are only too aware, enabling access to digital health records is an ongoing struggle. Further, technical challenges are yet to be fully met with adoption of technologies like analytics and AI. Although we have seen significant improvement with mainstream adoption of cloud computing.
Indeed, we are entering ‘perfect storm’ conditions for digital health. Here’s how the digital revolution is going to change the most important relationship of all, that between doctor and patient, now and in years to come. Stay tuned with us during the upcoming CXO Digital Innovation Health Summit 2021. The panel discussion titled, “How to establish better Partnership between Patient – Physician through technology,” will give expert insights on topics like how digital enhances patient power, changing dimensions of point-of-care, how AI leads to better care and operational efficiencies, harnessing data for clinical decision-making, and how automation enhances care giving experience.
Join the expert panellists including, Joy Chakraborty, COO, Hinduja Hospital; Pooja Chatrath, CIO, Cryoviva; Niranjan Ramakrishnan, CEO, MyLabConnect; Dr Vivek Kadambi, Managing Director, Belle Sante Diagnostic and Therapeutic Institute; and Prof Dr Sanjeev Bagai, Chairman, Nephron Clinic. Be sure to register today.