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ServiceNow ‘Walks the Walk’ in healthcare, but can it ‘Talk the Talk’?

By |2018-11-19T13:39:48+00:0019 November 2018|Analysis, Digital Transformation, Healthcare, Vendor Analysis|

Frankfurt, October 2018, and more than 800 attendees are in the auditorium at the start of ServiceNow’s one day summit event. While the summit wasn’t specifically billed as a healthcare event, healthcare is a target market when one considers the customer user stories showcased. Is ServiceNow relevant in the healthcare industry? It is an important [...]

A reality for Artificial Intelligence (AI) at HIMSS 18

By |2018-03-08T08:08:06+00:007 March 2018|Analysis, Healthcare|

AI’s conundrum: Is it just correlation or cause? We need to know this. If we know what determines a condition, we will be in a better position to treat and prevent sicknesses. But how can we know? By interpreting the increasing body of data, concludes Lynda Chin in her keynote address at the AI and [...]

Healthcare: How cloud could really take off in Germany

By |2017-09-04T12:08:45+00:004 September 2017|Analysis, Cloud, Country, Healthcare|

The digital transformation of healthcare is a global phenomenon. It is vastly seen as a means to making healthcare delivery more efficient, safer and more encompassing of patient needs as well as their involvement. Nevertheless, some countries are faster at embracing the changes and setting up a more favourable regulatory framework – often linking IT [...]

Sluggish online growth raises questions for GPs servicing NHS England

By |2017-07-27T08:59:22+00:007 July 2017|Analysis, Healthcare|

The results of the NHS England’s latest GP Patient Survey are just out. Jointly published with Ipsos MORI the survey, conducted between January 2017 to March 2017, “provides information on patients’ overall experience of primary care services and their overall experience of accessing these services”. Given the focus on digital transformation we have witnessed in [...]

What Really Matters? HIMSS 2017 Day One Insights

By |2017-02-21T10:08:02+00:0021 February 2017|Analysis, Healthcare|

Data of course! It helps you find new insights but ask relevant questions! At day one of HIMSS the prelude of the show was dedicated to education. I choose the stream on ‘Digital & Personal Connected Health’. And my personal key take-away: It’s all about the data and the way individual patient journeys can be [...]

Homing in on Salesforce’s healthcare capabilities

By |2016-11-29T08:45:02+00:0029 November 2016|Analysis, Healthcare, Vendor Analysis|

When thinking about how to handle customers successfully, Salesforce’s capacities in the field of customer relationship management (CRM) come to mind quickly. CRM has the power to positively transform the customer-client relationship and is seen as a crucial element in establishing long-standing ties between companies and their customers. Although CRM has been applied across various [...]

How best to use patient generated health data? The US government attempts to find an answer.

By |2016-12-01T14:46:51+00:0025 October 2016|Healthcare|

To counterbalance the foreseeable explosion of healthcare costs, reducing the length of hospitalisation – whilst minimising the risk of readmission – and incentivising prevention are seen as suitable measures to deliver care that is at the same time more cost efficient, improves patient outcomes and ensure a greater self-determination of the individual. Both concepts expand the radius [...]

Health check: What the heck? Impressions from HEC2016

By |2016-10-17T10:52:09+00:005 September 2016|Healthcare|

What the heck is HEC? It is the annual conference of the European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI) that teams up with the leading national organisations promoting Medical Informatics in the respective country it takes place. This year’s event came to Munich and was hosted by the Maximilian Ludwig University. Under the motto “Health-Exploring Complexity” [...]