The need for healthcare organizations to modernize their technology has never been more urgent. This is especially true as providers and payers move to value-based models that rely on the ability to aggregate data across populations and provide real-time insights into how patients are responding to care.
However, most healthcare organizations are still using legacy systems that were designed for paper-based processes rather than digital ones. These systems have not kept pace with new requirements around interoperability, security, and analytics—all of which are critical for managing a growing number of patients and providers as well as supporting value-based care initiatives.
The healthcare industry is at a crossroads. On one hand, it has a large investment in legacy systems that cannot support the increasing volume and complexity of patient data, let alone meet the demands of value-based care. On the other hand, many companies are moving quickly to adopt new technologies that can help them better manage their data and drive better patient outcomes.
This is a challenging time for healthcare organizations, but it also presents an opportunity to build a more modern and efficient infrastructure that supports these new technologies. This can help providers manage their data more effectively and improve patient outcomes.