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Realizing a patient-first healthcare revolution
Healing the disconnections between patients and the system—and among all members of the healthcare community—is fundamental to improving healthcare worldwide.
Meeting this goal will mean more than introducing a digital infrastructure. A “build it and they will come” approach simply does not go far enough. Healthcare transformation demands an evolution in true care coordination powered by the electronic flow of health information across the continuum of care. While connected health starts with a digital infrastructure, it’s ultimately more about what happens next. Connected health demands looking beyond the infrastructure as an end in itself and seeing it as a means to deliver never-before-seen healthcare value.
Connected health can recenter the system around the patient. It has the potential to deliver an estimated $250 billion in annual value.
April 29, 2011
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