Back in June, we conducted focus group discussions with nearly 40 healthcare CIOs on the current state of digital transformation. I am pleased to share our latest research report that summarizes the findings from the discussions. Healthcare is in the early stages of digital transformation, but clear themes are emerging. I invite your feedback on the report.
The notion of a digital front door is gaining significant momentum in healthcare. In my latest piece in CIO, I discuss a raft of new solutions launched by traditional and non-traditional healthcare providers. The battle for control of the primary care experience is playing out in the form of convenience, transparency, and choice for consumers at the exact moment of need. To underscore how far behind healthcare is, a study published in NEM highlights the transformation that has taken place in other sectors such as retail banking.
How can we not talk about the big IPO news of the week? Livongo and Health Catalyst popped on their debut, setting off frenzied talk about the coming of age of digital health.
Digital transformation in healthcare: our picks for the week
A raft of new consumer-focused healthcare access solutions suggests intensifying competition for controlling the primary care experience.
Interesting findings from a study of health systems investing in consumer experience design.
Unpacking the significance of the much awaited Livongo and Health Catalyst IPOs.
The CVS-Aetna merger and how it is changing the primary care model.
The battle for control of the primary care experience is in full swing. And traditional providers are behind the eight ball.
Chatbots as the first point of contact for patients with symptoms is a good idea. Should they be offered by the provider instead of the payer?
The latest from Damo Consulting
Our latest research paper explores the current state of digital transformation in healthcare.
Our latest white paper looks at what successful Chief Digital Officers do to align stakeholders across the enterprise.
A surge in deals from the public sector.
A review of the financial and market performance of global technology firms in healthcare.