Digital transformation is essential to building a more efficient, more agile and more successful healthcare organization; but it isn’t enough. Leaders must embrace new ways of working and set out a strategy that brings together disconnected systems to create powerful, scalable platforms – the kind of platforms that enable innovation and order-of-magnitude change.
Old ways of working simply aren’t up to the challenges of today. They are too expensive, too inflexible, and too hard to scale. The network is key to changing how healthcare operates. It enables providers to leverage the latest technologies — including artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) — to generate unprecedented insight and allow smarter, faster decision-making. We call this Enterprise Intelligence.
In healthcare organizations, Enterprise Intelligence means enabling virtual multidisciplinary consultations to make better use of scarce expertise and improve patient outcomes. It means connecting on-site first responders to clinicians to create new care pathways for conditions like strokes, limiting the damage and loss of function. And it means tapping the vast quantities of data that often go unused to enable better epidemiology and more personalized care.
Through this report and webinar, we will look at the challenges facing healthcare organizations and how achieving Enterprise Intelligence through lean, agile infrastructure transformation can help solve them.
Join this webinar to learn:
- What Enterprise Intelligence will mean for a burdened healthcare system looking to address agility, critical workforce shortages, and decentralization of care.
- How infrastructure transformation with private 5G networks, edge compute solutions, and emerging tech will drive real-time AI and intelligent hospital innovation.
- How to begin road-mapping now for future hospital builds and current facility transformation, starting with a comprehensive connectivity plan.