The future of health and wellbeing puts the person at the center. Individuals now want access to their health information from any device, anywhere and most important, they want care that’s truly personalized. We can be your ally and technology partner as you implement your more human centric digital strategy. With more than 50 years of healthcare industry insights, our experienced team can help you accelerate every aspect of your digital transformation. Let’s work together to redefine and drive the future of healthcare.
To realize a society with healthy longevity, and secure and safe living using advanced technology while ensuring affordability and access
Healthcare consumer expectations are higher than ever. They have embraced telehealth. They want secure access to their health information from any device, anyware. They want medical bills to be easy to understand and easy to pay. And most important, they want care that’s truly personalized. We can be your ally and technology partner as you design and implement your digital health strategy.
– Our Focus Areas –
- Digital Transformation & Interoperability
- Health Equity & Well-being
- Virtual Care
Make your health plan smarter and predict patient care before it’s needed by harnessing digital solutions.
Improve patient outcomes, create exceptional patient experiences, transform medical delivery processes and lower costs.
Elevate the Healthcare Experience With a Modern Digital Workplace
Digital technologies are a primary driver of change in healthcare. A crucial part of managing that change is providing the healthcare workforce with the right technical support. As the digital future unfolds, a user-centric, contextual, problem-solving paradigm offers the greatest opportunities for success today and tomorrow.
Hospital At Home
Initiatives to deliver hospital-grade healthcare in the home have gained traction.
“Hospital at home” has demonstrable value, and early trials and deployments have revealed a consumer preference for these programs. What will it take to scale? As in other industries, innovation in healthcare faces various obstacles. If hospital systems are to move forward, they will require a digital framework that can fully and securely operationalize the service by handling the complexity of integrating multiple data sources with staff, devices and patients.
Interoperability is critical to health plans
Our new report, developed through a collaboration with HFS Research, Digital transformation and interoperability are critical to health plan well-being, explains how emerging technologies such as cloud, AI and blockchain can digitally connect the healthcare ecosystem, deliver optimum outcomes, and create new opportunities far beyond the regulatory requirements.
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The Future of Healthcare
The future of health and wellbeing puts the person at the center. Every individual holds the key to their unique path to health, supported by a holistic ecosystem that fosters wellbeing. Framing this future are seven core principles that define a vision of human-centric health and wellbeing.
Three Crises in Healthcare that Data is Positioned to Solve
Often, the digital transformation of the healthcare industry is positioned as the overarching fix for a system hampered by a burned-out workforce, out-of-date legacy systems and the evolving needs of a totally diverse population of both clinicians and patients. However, the ability to successfully enter a digital healthcare revolution relies entirely on the capacity of health systems and providers to harness the potential of massive (and massively vulnerable) pools of operational and patient data.
Interoperability and Digital Transformation: Critical Imperatives for Health Insurance Providers
New research shows that health insurance providers are making progress on interoperability - though not as quickly as regulators and market demands would prefer - and that digital transformation can accelerate the journey. Learn how payers can use emerging technologies such as cloud, AI and blockchain to digitally connect the health care ecosystem, deliver optimum outcomes and create new opportunities far beyond the regulatory requirements.
The lack of interoperability across the U.S. health care system is concerning, despite regulations designed to incentivize greater adoption. Leaning on emerging technologies and proven processes can help realize the triple aim of health care - cost of care (financial imperatives, regulatory compliance), health outcomes (care management), and the experience of care (member expectations) - even faster.
Health Tech: Richard Swafford On How NTT DATA Services’ Technology Can Make An Important Impact On Our Overall Wellness
Don’t be afraid of failure, as long as you fail fast: Statistically speaking, you will experience more failure than success. Don’t be afraid of failure as most failures teach us more than the successes. The key is to identify failure quickly, accept it and change course. In other words, don’t let your ego write checks your company can’t cash.