Deloitte at HIMSS18
Breaking boundaries: The future of health care
On March 5-8, 2018, more than 45,000 health IT professionals will descend upon Las Vegas, NV, for the HIMSS annual conference and exhibition. Deloitte will showcase insights with a focus on how technology is powering and disrupting the future of care.
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Patient centered. Insight driven. Digitally connected.
Imagine a future that breaks the boundaries of traditional health care through interoperability, virtual health, and emerging technologies. Join Deloitte at the HIMSS annual conference for an invigorating week focused on what’s ahead for health care and health IT with a focus on how technology is powering and disrupting the future of care. Visit us in booth #2821 for a glimpse into the future.
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The hospital of the future: How digital technologies can change hospitals globally
As the cost of care continues to rise, many hospitals are looking for long-term solutions to minimize inpatient services. Learn how technology and health care delivery will merge to influence the future of hospital design and the patient experience across the globe. Read more.
Transforming care delivery through virtual health: Establishing a competitive advantage with health care technology
Virtual health is evolving into a mainstay for health care organizations. To use it to effectively deliver patient care, proper planning is essential to ensure long-term success. Providers must understand the market landscape, overcome barriers to adoption, and determine a strategic enterprise-wide approach to implementation that aligns with the organization's mission, vision, and values. Read more.
Could technology offer hospitals relief from increasing margin pressures?
Hospitals are anticipating tighter operating margins in 2017 and beyond, due to increasing financial pressure from policy, industry, and market changes. This report discusses innovative technologies and cost-reduction strategies that hospitals can consider to enhance revenue, increase efficiency, and achieve long-term financial stability. Read more.
The digital hospital: Powering a future without boundaries
In today's value-focused health care market, the traditional practice of treating most patients within the confines of a brick-and-mortar hospital may become a thing of the past. To survive and thrive, many organizations could soon find that they need to provide digital health care—utilizing next-generation technologies to deliver the majority of services with the exception of critical care—outside the physical hospital setting. Read more.
Preparing physicians for technology implementations
Health care organizations are making tremendous investments in technology. And while physicians recognize the potential benefit of these systems in supporting the shift to value-based care and providing personalized patient care, their concerns about productivity and costs are affecting system adoption and use. This report presents a holistic strategy for engaging physicians in the process and influencing system ownership and use. Read more.
Empowering insight-driven health care organizations with self-service analytics
Self-service analytics represents a fundamental shift in the way IT and business users collaborate to get insights from their information sources. Modern self-service health care analytics can deliver insightful information to decision makers faster, with less hassle than traditional approaches. Learn how health care organizations can harness the full potential of data through self-service analytics. Read more.
The power of people analytics: Using data to maximize return on workforce investments
Health systems spend an enormous amount on payroll, but often don't manage their people assets as effectively as other expenditures. Increasingly, forward-thinking health care leaders are turning to people analytics to help reduce turnover, increase employee satisfaction, and control costs. Explore the drivers of health care workforce change and the data strategies providers can use to adapt to labor market realities. Read more.
Read additional takeaways Direct from HIMSS17
- Direct from HIMSS17: Customers are driving transformation in health care from the outside in
- Direct from HIMSS17: We solved the image recognition problem in health care. Now what?
- Direct from HIMSS17: The transformation of customer experience in health care: Moving from incremental change to full steam ahead
- Direct from HIMSS17: The move from big data to fast data in life sciences and health care is underway