June 10, 2019
You ain’t heard nothin’ yet – Al Jolson’s immortal words from 1927’s The Jazz Singer may now have a whole new meaning as we enter the era of voice-enablement in healthcare. I have shared some of the most recent developments in secure voice-enabled communication between caregivers and patients in my latest blog in CIO online, and where we may be headed in the future.
One of the biggest challenges in digital transformation is aligning stakeholder groups across the enterprise. Our latest white paper examines best practices in stakeholder alignment by Chief Digital Officers in healthcare enterprises.
My favorite read this past week was a piece in HBR that discusses the results of a comprehensive study of over 250 platforms and highlights the most common reasons why platforms fail. The findings are particularly relevant for health cloud platforms launched by big tech firms.
In case you missed our monthly WITCH Monitor on global IT consulting firms for May, you can find it here.
Digital transformation in healthcare: our picks for the week
Challenging conventional doctor-patient relationships: An argument to allow FDA-approved and regulated BOTs to manage our chronic conditions in the future.
In my latest blog in CIO online, I share my thoughts on how voice will radically change the way we interact with technology in healthcare services.
CVS moves into the space occupied by traditional healthcare providers and takes on emerging challengers such as big tech firms. Brick and mortar may well be the new competitive advantage.
The low success rates for corporate innovation programs are more to do with org. structure and mismatched incentives than anything else. A few firms seem to get it right.
Extremely insightful piece on platform economics from HBR. The findings point to why many health cloud “platforms”are struggling to gain traction.
The latest from Damo Consulting
Our latest white paper looks at what successful Chief Digital Officers do to align stakeholders across the enterprise.
Healthcare IT podcast: “Think big. Start small. Scale fast.”
Healthcare IT firms are rigorously expanding their digital capabilities.
A review of the financial and market performance of global technology firms in healthcare.