Damo Consulting CEO Paddy Padmanabhan Publishes Second Book on Healthcare Digital Transformation
At a time when the healthcare industry is accelerating the adoption of telehealth and virtual care models in the wake of the pandemic, Healthcare Digital Transformation: How Consumerism, Technology, and Pandemic are Accelerating the Future (Taylor & Francis, August 2020) is an essential handbook and guide for digital health and digital transformation leaders in healthcare in response to the pandemic and changing consumer preferences.
The new book by Paddy Padmanabhan, CEO of Damo Consulting, and Edward Marx, Chief Digital Officer, The HCI Group, is a reference guide for healthcare executives and technology providers responsible for telehealth and digital front door solutions and for leaders involved in the ongoing digital transformation of the healthcare sector. It provides telehealth and digital transformation strategies for a post-pandemic era.
Based on the authors’ extensive experience as hands-on practitioners, Healthcare Digital Transformation provides actionable insights on developing enterprise digital roadmaps and implementing digital health solutions at every touchpoint in a consumer’s journey for a post-COVID-19 future. With strong backgrounds in healthcare technology, the authors provide practical insights and guidance on developing robust digital roadmaps, picking the right technology partners, and implementing enterprise digital transformation successfully using agile principles.
“The idea for the book came together as the result of the work that Ed and I did together while he was the CIO of Cleveland Clinic,” said Padmanabhan. “I am grateful to Ed for the partnership on this book. We spoke with over 150 healthcare and technology executives in writing this book. Their insights, especially with digital transformation, and their pandemic response have greatly informed the various themes we have explored in writing the book. This book provides insights on the future of healthcare in a post-COVID-19 era and healthcare’s digital transformation journey,” he adds.
“COVID-19 has forced us to rethink our options for accelerating healthcare digital transformation,” said Marx. “We need to embrace the digital health platforms in dealing with the disruption of the pandemic, find opportunities for innovation, and prepare for the post-pandemic era. My association with Paddy goes back to several years and I am once again pleased to work with him in writing this book,” he adds.
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