Smarter Computing for Smarter Healthcare

Smarter Computing for Smarter Healthcare
The healthcare industry is shifting toward a performance-driven, outcomes-based model. Organizations face growing expectations for value and accountability and the rise of healthcare consumerism. They are pursuing collaborative approaches and increasing focus on patient centricity, wellness and prevention. As service delivery models expand at community, country and global levels, payer and provider boundaries are blurring.

Industry transformation relies on information technology capabilities that embrace interoperability, resilience and efficiency. Progressive organizations are moving quickly to adopt Smarter Computing, a strategic framework for creating the IT environments that are essential to healthcare transformation. Smarter Computing supports broad IT trends for increased focus on unstructured data and systems that sense, adapt and learn. The healthcare industry shows unparalleled promise as new ideas and clinical advances emerge at an accelerated pace. Continued progress depends on positioning IT as an essential partner for process improvement and business model innovation.

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This report was developed by Frost & Sullivan with IBM assistance and funding. This report may utilize information, including publicly available data, provided by various companies and sources, including IBM. The opinions are those of the report's author and do not necessarily represent IBM's position.

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