For years, the healthcare industry has revolved around a sick care system where reactive treatment was the status quo. Far too often, administrative bottlenecks, resource limitations, and archaic technologies prevent healthcare practitioners from delivering the level of quality they expect to provide.
Now, rising costs and greater patient expectations are prompting many health organizations to reevaluate their care programs and delivery mechanisms. For the organizations that are willing to make the investment in IT, the potential is great. Digital solutions promise to transform healthcare and, ultimately, create better patient outcomes.
The next-generation healthcare environment demands more and smarter use of IT to confront the needs of new health models as well as innovations in healthcare technology and delivery mechanisms.
From billing and records to the in-clinic experience, patients can easily see how outdated technology negatively impacts their ability to receive effective, efficient care.
But with the right technology, healthcare organizations can not only reduce waste and boost productivity, but find new ways to deliver care, communicate with patients, and empower every individual to take charge of their health.
Strategic Plan for Investment in Technology Strengthening of Strategies.
Effective Internal and External Communication
Media Virtualization of learning
System Integration and Unification of Security Systems.
Analysis and design of strategies for identity management in the organization.
Strategic Management of Identity.
GTOTECH technology can help you put patients first in two specific ways:
Boost care team productivity:
By making it easier for clinical staff to keep track of their patients, connect with team members and specialists, and provide virtual care, you can help your teams be more productive, more effective, and more satisfied with their work.
Increase patient engagement:
By communicating with patients between visits, and making patient data more secure and accessible to care teams and patients, you can put patients in charge of their care plans and help them be more engaged with their health.
In other words, technology can help you create happy teams and healthy patients.
When your care teams are using technology that boosts productivity, they can deliver better, more efficient care.
But what does “productivity” look like?
First, your care teams would be able to access the patient records and documents they need in real time. No waiting for a fax to come in from another office. No digging through piles of backlogged paperwork.
Second, boosting productivity means connecting key processes. With the correct IT solutions care givers can automate parts of their job that usually take their attention away from their patients. With streamlined staffing and centralized document storage, your teams will have fewer barriers to providing great care.
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Finally, your care givers can use the latest technology, to provide virtual care. Cutting down on travel time and reaching patients who may normally struggle to follow up on their care plan, virtual care promises to expand the reach and influence of your team. This means healthier outcomes for more patients.
Just like any business outside of the healthcare industry, your organization can nurture relationships with its patients and increase engagement over time. Not only will you reap the benefit of becoming the preferred provider for more patients, but your patients will reap the benefits of a more active, engaged approach to managing their own health.
And lastly, your teams can increase patient engagement by taking advantage of the data explosion. Rather than merely collecting and storing data, technology enables your organization to deliver next generation medicine, fueled by the latest thinking in data and analytics. With secure access to actionable insights, your care givers can help their patients make the best decisions for their health.
By making smart IT investments today, you’ll open the door to a transformed healthcare experience tomorrow.
- Control of Assets and Merchandise (RFID 1D-2D)
- Virtual Training (3D-VR-RA)
- Historical Collection and Errors (PLC Data-CC Link)
- Predictive Analysis (BI)
- Data Transportation Facility (ETL)
- Biometric Security and Personnel Control
- Digital Signage
- Artificial Intelligence
- Apps Development
62% of patients feel comfortable being consulted over phone or email.
½ of mobile phone users will have at least one health app on their smartphone by 2018.
34% of healthcare providers do not have their own email domain.
111.8 MILLION individuals in the United States were affected by a breach of protected health information because of a hacking or IT incident in 2015 alone.