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Computing the impossible - new machines, new possibilities

June 17, 2022 10-MINUTE READ

The big picture

We are witnessing the emergence of a new class of machines which are stretching the boundaries of what computers can do.

The analysis: Compute for a new era of enterprise


of global healthcare executives report quantum computing will have a breakthrough or transformational impact on their organizations in the future.

Things to look out for: Benchmarking and skills

Actions to take: Forging tomorrow’s industries

Intelligence: Evaluate the effect on operations

What problems are simply considered the cost of doing business? How would it reshape the business if you could start solving those problems? Those looking to take an active role in shaping the next wave of healthcare should be asking what hardware they can start building or using to be the first to solve their biggest and most impossible problems.

Partner: Forge inroads with others

Partnerships with organizations leading the charge in quantum computing in healthcare from large tech companies, digital natives and beyond are key to experimentation and exploration of future enterprise impacts.

Consortia: Join forces to pave the way

Consortiums are converging, committed to the growth and development of these fields. The U.S. National Institute for Standards and Technology launched the Quantum Economic Development Consortium aims to find use cases, determine technology and workforce gaps, and work with stakeholders to fill those gaps to enable the quantum computing ecosystem.7,8


About the Authors

Brian Kalis

Managing Director – Accenture Strategy Lead, Health

Jenica McHugh

Managing Director – Technology Strategy, Global

Kaveh Safavi, MD, JD

Senior Managing Director – Consulting Global Health

Andrew Truscott

Managing Director – Health, Technology Lead, Global

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