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In the innovation process, healthcare organizations need to align technology to the end results and choose the right tools to achieve them, says Dr. Manish Kohli, managing director at Beyond Horizon Health.
Diabetes is a data-driven health condition and those with the disease should be provided choices of treatment plans and supported in their choices, says Renza Scibilia, manager of type 1 diabetes and consumer voice at Diabetes Australia.
Helping practitioners self-learn and improve patient outcomes through coaching and data dashboards has also benefited employers with better risk mitigation strategies, says Melinda Wassell, chief health informatics officer at Work Healthy Australia.
(Sponsored) John McDaniel, EVP at The HCI Group, predicts that healthcare will change from a physical to virtual care environment, which focuses primarily on patient satisfaction and engagement with a digital front door approach.
Through good news stories and valuable resources, the Digital Social Care website aims to engage and support adult social care providers in their digital journey, says Claire Sutton, digital transformation lead at the National Care Forum in the UK.
(Sponsored) Interoperability with existing or new systems is a common concern for healthcare providers that Hyland's suite of vendor-agnostic solutions can address, says Peter Weston, healthcare sales manager at Hyland Healthcare.
Providing the healthcare workforce with resources to understand technology to deliver better care is an integral part of the national digital health strategy, says Dr Meredith Makeham, chief medical adviser at the Australian Digital Health Agency.
(Sponsored) Healthcare organizations are increasingly open to adopting new capabilities and technologies to deliver better and more efficient patient-centered care, says Tapan Mehta, global head of healthcare solution marketing at Nutanix.
(Sponsored) AI-powered early warning indicator score software, developed with Philips at a virtual care center in Dubbo, NSW, provides insights for better patient care, says Steven Mullins, district transformation manager at NSW Health.
Data being made available at the point of care and in a timely fashion is becoming a reality with the ability to have an agreed data structure and content through FHIR, says Dr Vincent McCauley, CMO and CMIO at Telstra Health.