ICT is already part of everyday working life for everyone involved in healthcare and social services.
However, digitization continues unabated and is advancing into ever new areas: Mobile services such as apps for smartphones, the digital evaluation of health data for the individual medication of patients without prior consultation with doctors or the confidential exchange of information on patients among all partners involved are good examples of this. In principle, new business models can emerge along the entire value chain. To achieve this, however, experts from different disciplines and organizations must work together in a secure network.
In the area of social insurance, e-government solutions and cross-media data exchange not only lead to process optimization, but also to quality and efficiency improvements. As a result, the resources freed up can consciously concentrate on increasingly complex customer consulting.
Traditional healthcare organizations would do well to open up culturally and organizationally to the innovation potential of digital technologies and actively promote their digitization in order not to lose out to new market participants. Of central importance is the formulation of a digital strategy and a structured approach to its implementation. In addition, the increasing use of information systems that are networked throughout the company also requires the secure handling of sensitive data. The development of such systems should therefore be based on a clear, long-term IT strategy that ensures that data confidentiality is already taken into account when new technologies and tools are introduced.
How we can assist you:
Our consultants have their finger on the pulse of the industry and are familiar with the latest challenges and trends in the social and healthcare sectors. With our many years of experience, we can help you successfully master the various stages of digital transformation - from strategy development and realignment of your organizational structures to process optimization and the development of new business models. Depending on your specific requirements, you can consult our consultants as experts or project managers. By supporting your project managers on site, we can respond even more directly to your needs and thus maximize the benefits achieved.
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