May 20, 2019
Over the past several months, we have received great feedback from our subscribers on the content we share in our weekly newsletters, and our thought leadership on healthcare’s digital transformation.
Given our ongoing work in this space and the level of priority and attention to digital initiatives at the highest level of healthcare enterprises, we decided it was time to turn the focus of our weekly newsletter exclusively to digital transformation.
Digital is still in early stages in healthcare. At Damo Consulting, we have made it the focus of our research. The newsletter will present to you some of the most relevant reading on the topic.
Naturally, we had to give the newsletter a new name. The Healthcare Digital Transformation Leader is for all of you. It reflects your important role in the ongoing digital transformation of healthcare.
Digital transformation in healthcare: our picks for the week
Intermountain CEO writes about their progress with telehealth, especially in rural healthcare.
Best practices on managing culture and alignment across multiple stakeholder groups based on our work with leading health systems.
Well researched breakdown of the use cases for demographic and lifestyle data as social determinants of health.
The head of the AMA makes interesting points about the gaps in the promise and the practice of digital health.
How human bias feeds into technology design, and what to do about it.
Early movers like Rush Medical are betting that 5G will be a critical enabler for healthcare delivery in the future.
Interesting case study on how the hospital-at-home model works, and how technology enables it.
Breakdown of healthcare data breaches which continue unabated.
The latest from Damo Consulting
Damo Consulting CEO Paddy Padmanabhan joins as a healthcare advisor to this Angel Fund.
IT consulting firms post mixed results for their healthcare segment in the March quarter.
Healthcare IT podcast: “We are standardizing our platforms to be more efficient and cost-effective.”
A review of the financial and market performance of global technology firms in healthcare.