Digital Health Strategies数字健康战略

Ask the author
Author: Lisa Cooper
Publication Date: 3月 30 2022
Pages: 53
Report Type: Report, Word

相关的数据可视化界面

数字健康战略

Digital Transformation in Healthcare: Drivers and Key Success Factors



下载报告

Report Summary:

The global COVID-19 pandemic has spurred a phase of rapid digital transformation in Healthcare.  Technology vendors entering the emerging Digital Health Ecosystem must navigate a myriad of diverse healthcare funding models, deal with multiple layers of platform fragmentation and challenge entrenched resistance to change. However, for those who succeed, the potential opportunity is immense, with AI healthcare initiatives alone estimated to be worth US$150 billion by 2026.  This report examines the key drivers of, and barriers to, digital transformation.  We present a set of recommendations for those stakeholders seeking to create strategies for success within this complex emerging ecosystem.
Table of Contents

Contents

1. Introduction.. 5

2. Key Drivers of the Digital Health Revolution.. 6

     2.1.1 Overwhelm During Covid Forced Policy Makers to Step In.. 6

     2.1.2 Policy Support for TeleHealth Fosters Acceptance and Adoption.. 7

     2.1.3 Protecting Vulnerable Groups. 8

     2.1.4 Investors Take Notice. 10

   2.2 Technology Drivers. 10

     2.2.1 Smartphones and Apps. 11

     2.2.2 Wearables. 12

     2.2.3 Connected Consumer Medical Devices. 13

     2.2.4 Internet of Things (IoT) and the Metaverse. 14

     2.2.5 Remote Patient Monitoring Platforms. 14

     2.2.6 Artificial Intelligence (AI): The Ultimate Technology Driver. 15

     2.2.7 Digital Twin Technology. 17

3. Barriers to Technology Adoption in Health Care. 21

   3.1 Navigating Healthcare Funding Models. 21

     3.1.1 Understanding CPT Codes. 22

     3.1.2 Gaining NICE Accreditation (UK). 23

     3.1.3 Investment in Legacy Solutions. 23

   3.2 Building Trust and Overcoming Resistance to Change. 24

     3.2.1 Accuracy. 24

     3.2.2 Branding. 25

     3.2.3 Data Privacy. 25

     3.2.3 Legacy Policies as Barriers to Accessing TeleHealth.. 26

   3.3 Digital Exclusion in Healthcare. 26

   3.4 Fragmentation.. 28

     3.4.1 Difficulties in Rolling out Products and Services Globally. 28

     3.4.2 Disparate IT Systems for Data Management. 29

     3.4.3 Inconsistent Processes Evolve around Fragmented IT systems. 30

     3.4.4 A Fragmented Healthcare Ecosystem Meets Fragmented Consumer Digital Healthcare. 32

4. How Do we Get There? Key Success Factors. 33

   4.1 Recommendations for Policy Makers. 33

     4.1.1 Ease Regulatory Burdens. 33

     4.1.2 Set up Principles and Governance over Data Sharing. 33

     4.1.3 Bring Forward Regulations for Digital Inclusion.. 33

     4.1.4 Focus on Accountability. 34

   4.2 Recommendations for Vendors. 34

     4.2.1 Ensure Interoperability. 34

     4.2.2 Support Collaboration.. 35

     4.2.3 Promote Inclusive Design.. 36

     4.2.4 Build Trustworthy Systems and Infrastructure. 36

     4.2.5 Remember: Multiple Users, Multiple Needs. 37

     4.2.6 Adapt Business Models to Healthcare Sector Norms. 37

     4.2.7. Refocus Consumer Wearables towards Sick Consumers. 38

     4.2.8 Create Adaptable Interfaces. 39

   4.3 Recommendations for Infrastructure Decision Makers. 39

     4.3.1 Adopt a Socio-Technical Design Approach.. 39

     4.3.2 Utilize Co-Creation and Co-Production Techniques. 40

     4.3.3 Leverage Accessible AI Training Datasets. 41

     4.3.4 Keep up with Innovation.. 44

     4.3.5 Improve connectivity in hospitals and Other Medical Facilities. 44

     4.3.6 Learn from Infrastructures that Support Innovation Not Competition.. 44

     4.3.7 Avoid Silos. 45

5. Conclusion.. 46

   5.1 Key Takeaways. 46

   5.2 How to Compete and Win.. 47

6. Analyst Contacts. 49

   6.1. Other Contacts: 49


For more information about our services please contact us or email support@strategyanalytics.com

Let's talk

Now you know a little about us, get in touch and tell us what your business problem is.
Name:
Email:
Telephone:
Country:
Inquiry / Message: