Digital Transformation of Healthcare - The Beginning

The digital transformation in healthcare that we see today is just the beginning. The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of virtual care not just among providers but also among consumers.

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In healthcare, the digital transformation that we are seeing is only the beginning.

Telehealth: A Quarter-Trillion-Dollar Post-COVID-19 Reality

COVID-19 has caused a massive acceleration in the use of telehealth. Consumer adoption has skyrocketed, from 11 percent of US consumers using telehealth in 2019 to 46 percent of consumers now using telehealth to replace canceled healthcare visits. Providers have rapidly scaled offerings and are seeing 50 to 175 times the number of patients via telehealth than they did before.
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Virtual Care is Healthcare

Virtual Care Is A Paradigm Shift In Healthcare Delivery.

Virtual Care Is The Key To Digital Transformation Of Healthcare & Realization Of Healthcare 4.0

Virtual Care is the Gateway drug to Digital Health Transformation!
Telehealth is the key to digitization of the front door of the healthcare.
 
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What will Healthcare 4.0 Look Like?

While there are many perspectives and publications on the "Hospital of the Future," few, if any, provide a system perspective. Too often, when imagining the "Health System of the Future," a hospital-centric model emerges.
 

The Impact of a Shifting Care Environment on Healthcare Facility Operators

Healthcare facility managers are often responsible for executing strategic plans and allocating capital dollars to facility improvement projects, but they are not always involved in the strategic planning process itself. As the healthcare environment continues to undergo dramatic changes, there will be a substantial impact on the physical assets used to deliver care (see figure 1).
 
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Hospital Care in 2030

We are going to see the birth of virtual hospital at home where we can provide a lot of services (even acute level) at home and home care will become a new facility and that challenge in itself is going to decrease costs significantly.
 
Bo Chen, Penny Dash, and Natasha Stern envision what's ahead. Video transcript Natasha Stern: One big change inexperience will be that for many things that we go to a hospital for at the moment, we will not go to a hospital.

Smart Hospitals

Digital transformations will make our actual hospitals smart in nature.

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Junaid Kalia MD

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Junaid Kalia MD

CEO | Founder | President NeuroCare.AI - Advancing Digital Health Ecosystem in Emerging Countries!

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