Managing Digital Transformation in the Healthcare Industry

As the world becomes more digitalised, it is only likely that companies will follow suit to satisfy consumer expectations. For the healthcare industry, big data, advanced analytics, sensor-enabled devices, and 3-D printing are all technologies that have the ability to impact the way healthcare companies develop products and provide services.

According to research by McKinsey & Company, the healthcare industry falls far behind in their digitisation efforts. Therefore, to meet the rising customer expectations, healthcare companies are integrating the latest technologies into existing business models and IT architectures to improve services. As well as this, with more new, non-traditional entrants making their way into the industry, it is important for healthcare companies to increase their digitisation efforts to compete.

Dismantling Human Services’ legacy system

Our CEO, Bruce Nixon, spoke to Government News about the dangers and opportunities presented by the complete transformation of the way welfare payments are processed in Australia.

"As the complete reimagining of the way welfare payments are processed in Australia enters its delivery phase, Government News looks at the risks and opportunities this quantum cultural and technological leap presents.

The Department of Human Services (DHS) will splash out more than $1 billion and spend seven-years rolling out what has been billed as a once-in-a-generation business transformation under the Welfare Payments Infrastructure Transformation (WPIT)..."

Read the full article featured on Government News.