Healthcare providers are in the midst of dramatic change and dynamic pressure, grappling with intersecting digital transformation initiatives and addressing shifting venues of care delivery. Simultaneously, they must make healthcare IT more user-friendly while better managing patient care and experiences at the individual to the population level. After the pandemic, the gap between healthcare organizations increased, with those more advanced in digital transformation being able to react and adapt more quickly.
In a recent national study, Frost & Sullivan partnered with Innovaccer to understand the specific factors and outcomes associated with this digital transformation of hospitals and its impact on their success. The research revealed that progressing toward higher levels of digital maturity is no longer an option for healthcare organizations—instead, it is necessary for survival. And for organizations lagging behind in digital transformation, moving rapidly to address shortcomings is essential for survival.
Join us to learn the impact digital maturity has on your organization and how to stay ahead of the curve in the rapidly evolving US healthcare landscape.