March 24, 2021 | 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET
- Understanding digital maturity in health systems
- Applying an objective, structured assessment tool such as DigiM to evaluate digital maturity
- Developing a roadmap for accelerating technology-led transformation
Health systems have been on a digital transformation journey for the past few years. However, there is no structured framework to assess the maturity of health systems, specifically from a technology enablement standpoint. Damo Consulting’s DigiM framework addresses this gap with an online assessment tool that helps healthcare leaders benchmark themselves against their peers. The framework also assesses the relative maturity of the digital transformation vision against the execution of the strategy.
Using recently concluded research and data points from self-assessments by several health systems, this session will provide a roadmap for digital transformation leaders looking to take an objective view of their progress and prioritize their investments to meet their enterprise goals.
Paddy Padmanabhan is the author of the best-selling book Healthcare Digital Transformation – How Consumerism, Technology and Pandemic are Accelerating the Future. He is the founder and CEO of Damo Consulting, a digital transformation advisory firm that works with healthcare enterprises and digital health companies. He is the host of The Big Unlock, a podcast focusing on healthcare digital transformation. He is also the author of the book The Big Unlock – Harnessing data and Growing Digital Health Businesses in a Value-based Care Era.
Sara is the Chief Digital Strategy and Business Development Officer at Providence. She leads the development of the digital strategy and roadmap, digital partnerships with health systems and technology companies, commercialization and digital business development, technology evaluation and pilots, and thought leadership at PSJH.
Prior to PSJH, she worked for The Chartis Group, a healthcare management consulting firm, where she advised clients on enterprise strategic planning, payer-provider partnerships, and the development of population health companies.