Given increasing healthcare consumerism and demand for round-the-clock healthcare delivery, hospitals and providers must upgrade their healthcare IT infrastructure to accommodate patient and provider needs.
This briefing will investigate the changing technology landscape in hospitals globally and will specifically focus on how hospitals in North America and Europe are adopting health information systems (HIS).
Attend this webinar to discover:
Information technology systems in hospitals; Drivers and restraints of HIS; A technology and adoption roadmap of HIS; As this presentation will discuss emerging trends and opportunities for the information technology providers globally, it will benefit hospitals, healthcare providers, insurance companies and payers, IT and Information Technology Enabled Service (ITES) players, telecom providers as well as applications developers and Software as a Service (SaaS) providers.
"The need for greater efficiency in healthcare delivery and the emergence of integrated healthcare systems offer tremendous collaboration opportunities between healthcare and information communication technology industries," said Frost & Sullivan Technical Insights Research Analyst Bhargav Rajan.
"Healthcare delivery in the U.S. is in the midst of a huge upheaval, brought about by legislative and regulatory changes. While some of these changes greatly benefit the adoption of IT platforms in hospitals, other changes mandate greater regulatory compliance and usage guidelines. As with any other market, there are conflicting industry and market forces at play that will keep HIS adoption from being fully realized in the short term."
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