The goal of any healthcare system is to provide affordable and excellent healthcare and data fluidity will play a major role in opening new avenues and opportunities. The rigour and strengthened focus that the healthcare industry is currently placing on creating an integrated and interoperable health ecosystem is driving incredible digital transformations.
Through our technology and system integration capabilities, we overcome the challenges of huge investments and lead time required for capacity building required by traditional approaches and solutions. Our solutions ensure affordability, appropriateness, scalability, and positive outcomes.
Healthcare budgets in developed economies are strained by ageing populations while developing countries face a huge gap between supply and demand of services. To overcome these challenges, they need to optimize medical infrastructure, reduce the cost of healthcare delivery, shorten lead times for capacity development, attract investments to create medical facilities, build public awareness for preventive healthcare, and set up effective disease surveillance systems.
You've got to be innovative in healthcare as it is a dynamic sector. AI seems to be a big part of the way of the future. You need to have an open mind to be able to adapt and assimilate that information into something ultimately useful for patients, to dig down and understand the accuracy of the information we’re generating and whether it’s the right information. We need to focus on how we use the information and how we can adapt it as knowledge while ensuring compliance with regulations. And this is especially important in the healthcare industry, as it is highly regulated.
Like every other industry, digitization and cloud have touched the healthcare and life sciences sectors. However, unlike most other industries jumping onto the cloud bandwagon, these sectors have been cautious and even somewhat sceptical about embracing the cloud. Many decision-makers and shareholders believed that the cloud did not satisfactorily meet their security concerns, as well as the requirement for stringent privacy, authentication, and regulatory issues around drug research and clinical trials