We all can envision how connected medicine is improving patient outcomes, lowers costs, keeps data secure and demonstrates word-class interoperability. Currently, many exsisting healthcare partnerships are showing the value of an integrated healthcare continuum - it's all in the best interest of patients, their families and society.
The leading Healthcare partnerships who are connecting medicine are patient-centric focused and lead by healthcare professionals, including Healthcare CIO, aimed to show how the underlying technology works and lending credibility to their experiences. With connected medicine patients experience a one-stop shop for healthcare solutions, from building new facilities to bringing Electronic Health Record systems in, to health analytics, handheld devices, telemedicine and interoperability, doctors and patients can have it all in a one-stop shop facility.
But how secure is the belief that we can depend on these partnerships and vendors to work together in the best interest of patients, our families and society. Furthermore, how do we ignite a connected renaissance to improve the quality, efficiency and availability of care around the world?
By connecting all parts of our fragmented healthcare into a connected electronic system based on a standardized technology infrastructure, we can successfully connect to connected medicine. One can see how a highly secure, yet pervasive healthcare exchange do for healthcare what information technologies have already done to reinvent financial transactions, industrial supply chains and the flow of news and information.